Beauty blogger uses a cheap, renewable moisturizer that comes from, uh, men.

Beauty blogger uses a cheap, renewable moisturizer that comes from, uh, men.
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Beauty blogging is serious business, and with so many beauty bloggers out there, sometimes it's hard to stand out. Tracy Kiss—a blogger, model, and mother of two—beats them all thanks to the spoils of beating off. To manage her wrinkles, she casually massages her face with a beauty product also known as semen. 

Her generous friend "harvests the materials" for her; she herself "is not involved in the semen extraction."

She previously posted an official product review of semen on her blog, writing:

As the beauty consumer, it is our own personal preference to ensure that products we use are acquired from an organic and sustainable source, manufactured in a safe and non-hazardous way and not tested on animals if this concerns you as it does me. Unfortunately for my semen facials a human organic cock is badly beaten on a regular basis in order to produce a mask, which some people may find disturbing; however I am reliably informed that the level of distress was kept to a minimum at all times, as obviously battery cocks cannot provide the produce required or I would have been well stocked for life. I would also like to stress that I am not present during the donation process, as I simply receive it in a plastic container fresh from a sensible friend who delivers it to me after in his own time.

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She concludes, "Afterwards my skin is fresher, brighter and looks and feels so much better. My makeup sits nicer on my skin without cracking or caking, and my skin tone is improved and less reddened as it cools and soothes my face."  

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It's probably better for skin than it is for hair.
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Congratulations, dudes. If your partner consents, you can fulfill your fantasy of moisturizing their skin.

You can watch the whole video here, if you can manage not to hurl:

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