FFS. Is there nothing these vacuous celebrities won’t do chasing youth and beauty? Apparently not:
— SFGate (@SFGate) March 18, 2018
And this really is cloned baby foreskin, in case you thought that headline was clickbait. From the article:
“The foreskin is collected during circumcision and the stem cells are then harvested and extracted through a centrifuge,” she told THR. “I am always very mindful to explain radical serums and potions that I carry in my back bar, so I always explain that EGF is derived from newborn baby foreskin, but cells were taken and from that, new cells are cloned from a laboratory.”
These celebrities have nicknamed it a “penis facial,” but not because of the foreskin. They call it that because of the, well … the smell:
Blanchett herself wasn’t quite clear on why it was nicknamed the penis facial — maybe the smell?
“I don’t know what it is, or whether it’s just ’cause it smells a bit like sperm — there’s some enzyme in it, so Sandy refers to it as the ‘penis facial,'” she told Vogue Australia.
Nuke it from orbit, it’s the only way to be sure:
All righty then….. https://t.co/Me89RaeuvM
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) March 18, 2018
God, I hope Hollywood sinks into the ocean. https://t.co/dHMCkmccOW
— Spiritual Dustbowl (@SpiritualDust) March 18, 2018
And these people think they're in touch with the average American enough to lecture us. https://t.co/SIqX4nJ7Zz
— Braden (@3rdGenAggie) March 18, 2018
Actually, it costs $650 per treatment so this is spot on:
People with more dollars than sense. https://t.co/Udx0bLynlj
— Carolyn (@cstampeen) March 18, 2018
And we’ll end it with this: Where are our dinos?!
There are cloned baby foreskin cell facials, but we still don't have a real life Jurassic Park. What's up with that. https://t.co/VGxrbmc3nr
— John Faltin (@johnfaltin) March 18, 2018