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Is applying sperm good for your skin?

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asked Nov 18, 2014 in Questions by maheshg1 (170 points)
edited Nov 19, 2014 by longhands1

I have read on many internet sites that applying sperm on face makes it good. Is that true?

Can it create any problems? Many woman on internet say that they have wrinkle free skin. How much truth is there in this?

 

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commented Nov 19, 2014 by Drdrip09 (2,805 points)
I'd rather have wrinkles than sperm on my face



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Have you heard of something which is a basic concept on physics known as osmosis ?? If not, its defined as the movement of a solvent through a semipermeable membrane towards a higher concentration solute from a lower concentrated solute

Here the solute is the sugars in skin and the sugars in sperm , and the solvent is water. The sugar(fructose) content in semen is very high at about 70%, while the sugar content on the skin(glucose) is very low <40%. So when you put semen on the skin(which is a semi permeable membrane) the water moves from the skin towards the semen. So the water content in the area over the face decreases and the cells here loses it's turgor , when cells lose their turgor the skin starts to get wrinkled.

The place where you must've read these claims probably have messed up their concepts in physics , they would've muddled up the difference between diffusion and osmosis. Diffusion is a concept where the molecules move from low concentration to high concentration area across a fully permeable membrane . While skin is a semi permeable membrane
This is why you should never trust bimbos on the Internet who splash semen on their faces
I didn't need my medical knowledge for answering this question, basic 7th standard physics was all I used.
Maybe all the actresses are using a semen as their secret
But if you don't believe in science and do want to put semen on your face that's your choice, I just debunked this myth with physics , but also the increased triglyceride content in it will flare up your acne problem

There was one more myth saying that bathing in virgins blood helps to keep the skin youthful and having sex with a virgin girl will keep the individual safe from stds throughout his life time, I mean just because it's on the Internet doesn't mean it's true
Just because a 90 year old says that he smoked cigarettes and didn't get lung diseases doesn't mean cigarettes are safe, so think logically for yourself
answered Nov 18, 2014 by Drdrip09 (2,805 points)
edited Nov 19, 2014 by Drdrip09
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I don't know the science involved; someone was getting technical about osmosis and diffusion, sugar contents etc.

 

I love a semen facial, and I love to drink it too. My skin is flawless and smooth, and its had gallons (okay, I'm exaggerating a bit)  of cum on it over the years, and its gonna get more!!! 

 

Salma

answered Nov 18, 2014 by sexysalma (14,920 points)
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Dear Mahesh,

Probably the real answer to your question lies in understanding the constituents of semen. I,however would like to slightly disagree with Salma here . Being someone who has been swayed into the so called "facials" partly because of its so called skin benefits, I am not sure if the results are dramatic or as "instant" as many claim, apart from the "feel good " we get , which is probably a placebo effect.  To be fair , i do however think that like any natural product that is good for the skin, it will show results only in due course and over a much longer time periods, as Salma testifies. Anyway, one thing i'll tel you, its is no way bad for the skin, and what doesnt hurt you, makes you stronger.

Regards
answered Nov 19, 2014 by pad473 (245 points)
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mahesh,

It has not been proved that semen is either good or bad for the skin and no real research has gone into the Topic. There are some who claim that semen has anti aging properties, but this could be achieved by using moisturizers on the skin. Many women claim that this canard has been spread by men, in order to see their semen plastered on the face of their partners.

Those in favour of this argument, say that semen is filled with protein which tightens the skin while nourishing it with zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium and fructose. Semen also has a powerful anti oxidant called spermine. Semen includes urea, which is found in urine and is thought to be a natural toner.   

Those against say that Spermine can cause DNA damage and is linked to cancer. Besides semen is rich in testosterone and topical application of excessive testosterone is one of the causes of acne.  

The Beauty industry has been talking about the beauty benefits of using live and natural ingredients such as placental extracts, algae, mud, minerals, live yogurt, vegetables, oils and even blood. Semen is the latest entrant.

There are some practical problems though. For any treatment to show results, the application has to be consistent and used over a period of time. From where do you source semen on demand? The consistency and quality will differ between each batch and you will need a reliable male with a healthy diet and stamina to ensure a plentiful supply.

How do you store this semen? It may not work well on all skin types. Some of us have oily skins, some have dry, some irritable skins etc.  

So, there may be some truth in the premise that semen prevents aging, but no one has yet told me, why men don’t use it. Or is it that men are not worried about aging?

answered Nov 19, 2014 by longhands1 (58,980 points)
edited Nov 19, 2014 by longhands1

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