All the celebs are at it, apparently.

All the celebs are at it, apparently.IMAGE: Getty

Now while we’re always down for checking out new skincare and treatments (gotta keep that youthful glow somehow) we might take some convincing on this one.

Actress Kate Beckinsale Intagrammed in a now-deleted post about what got her skin back on track after a long flight. And that was a foreskin facial. Yep.

She wrote: ‘After a long flight I do like to lie down and be covered in a mask of liquefied cloned foreskins-frankly who doesn’t?’

While the name definitely works for publicity, and we're hearing more and more about it, there is science behind the treatment. It was created by celebrity facialist Georgia Louise, who calls it the much fancier Hollywood EGF.

EFT or Epidermal Growth Factor is derived from the human fibroblast cells – which help create collagen and elastin. Stem cells are taken from the foreskins of newborn baby boys and go through a number of processes before being mixed with peptides and smeared on your face! 

The treatment also includes a cleanse, micro needling (then the penis serum) and a face mask. There's reportedly a two year waiting list for one too, in case you're interested. 

Kate’s not the only celeb who’s a fan either. Sandra Bullock talked about the penis facial when she was on the Ellen show earlier this year  - and recommended it to her pal Cate Blanchett!

Fans say it's one of the best facials you could have but, at $650, we think we're okay with giving it a miss anyway.

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