Actress Kate Beckinsale bragged in a social media post about getting a so-called "penis facial" made with liquified foreskins of Korean infants, on Saturday.
The "Underworld" actress posted a photo of herself to her Instagram account, captioning it, "After a long flight I do like to lie down and be covered in a mask of liquified cloned foreskins – frankly who doesn't?"
The 45-year-old thanked beautician Georgia Louise for the "amazing facial" and added, "I especially liked you reassuring me it would be 'light on penis' as it was my first time."
Beckinsale has since deleted the bizarre post.
The "penis facial," which is apparently super popular among the glitterati, includes a serum made from the stem cells of Korean infants' foreskins. The stem cells boost collagen production and create a more youthful, fine-line free face. "As Korea has a custom of circumcising their young male infants, they have a large supply of foreskins and also numerous stem cell banks, which are then used to export the cells worldwide," says the Edmonton Sun.
"The facial includes a cleanse, followed by an intensive yet painless TCA peel, micro-needling with stemcell application followed [by] an electrifying galvanic alginate mask to calm, hydrate and cool the skin," reads Louise's website. "The Serum? It's a cocktail formula (Epidermal Growth Factor). EGF is derived from the progenitor cells of the human fibroblast cells – which help to generate collagen and elastin, to tighten and firm the skin. This process allows the active ingredients to be transported deep in the skin by creating temporary micro- channel."
The website boasts of big-name actresses like Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett loving the "penis facials" and "leaking" the Hollywood secret.
"Sandy Bullock and I saw this facialist in New York, Georgia Louise, and she gives what we call the penis facial and it’s something – 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," Blanchett told Vogue Australia.
According to the site, "Spiderman" actress Emma Stone gushed, "Georgia is a miracle worker." Pop singer Katy Perry said, "I love Georgia's Facials!"
Social media users reacted suspiciously to the habits of the Rich and Famous, some calling the facial serum of extracted Korean babies' foreskins "immoral" and "demonic."
"Imagine baby girls having their labia cut off & male celebrities joking about resulting labia-derived baldness serums. Utterly immoral and disgusting," said Associate Director of the Yale-Hastings Program in Ethics and Health Brian D. Earp.
"What planet am I on? Who the hell even thought to try to use discarded foreskin from BABIES circumcisions as a skincare treatment? Have they lost their minds? Was I zapped into a parallel universe?" said RSM director Robby Starbuck.
"Super-excited about the [Female Genital Mutilation] skincare range for men, [Kate Beckinsale]!" mocked author Peter Lloyd.
Breitbart Tech reporter Charlie Nash asked, "Is there anything more demonic?"