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?