Stunning Actress Uses Whale Semen As Face Skin Treatment

This stunning Mexican actress with over 7.2 million social media followers has revealed she uses whale semen to keep her face looking perfect.

Actress Aislinn Derbez, 32, is well-known in Mexico for her roles in the movies “HazloComo Hombre’ (Do It Like a Man) and ‘Que Pena Tu Vida’ (Pity Your Life), made the revelations on social media when explaining how to get in shape and keep perfect facial skin.

Credit: CEN/@aislinnderbez
Aislinn Derbez

She put herself in the hands of makeup artist Vicente Chapitas who gave her a special skin treatment.

The makeup artist put tissue paper wet with calendula (a plant), aloe vera and whale semen along with other natural products onto the actress’ face.

The makeup artist said: “It gets wet with calendula, aloe vera and whale semen, so that your skin can look very beautiful.”

The actress is married to popular actor Mauricio Ochmann and recently gave birth to their daughter Kailani. Reports say she underwent this treatment because she wanted to get fit and look less tired in her face.

According to local media, Derbez studied Visual Arts at the School of Visual Arts at the same time as studying to become an actress in New York, between 2005 and 2009.

Credit: CEN/@aislinnderbez
Aislinn Derbez

Her hobbies are painting, sculpture, photography, dancing and mountain biking.

She started her career as a model when she was 15 years old but she gained fame as an actress in movies such as ‘Te Presento a Laura’ (Let Me Introduce You To Laura) and ‘El Atentado’ (The Terror Attack) between 2009 and 2010. 

She is also an Instagram star, with more than 7.2 million followers where she tends to share her daily routine with her daughter and husband.


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