Over the Thanksgiving weekend, actress, Kate Beckinsale shared on social media, “After a long flight I do like to lie down and be covered in a mask of liquified cloned foreskins-frankly who doesn’t?” Crediting celebrity facialist, Georgia Louise, Beckinsale added, “I especially liked you reassuring me it would be “light on penis” as it was my first time x”
Georgia Louise, creator of the GLOPulse device, also conceived the Hollywood EGF Facial, beloved by A-Listers Cate Blanchett, Sandra Bullock, Katy Perry, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lawrence, and, of course, Kate Beckinsale. In March Cate Blachett first shared intel on in the pages of Vogue Australia. “Sandy Bullock and I saw this facialist in New York, Georgia Louise, and she gives what we call the penis facial and its something,” Blanchett exclaimed, “I don’t what it is, or whether its just cause it smells a bit like sperm — there’s some enzyme in it so Sandy refers to it as the penis facial.”
The EGF facial includes a cleanse, an intensive (yet painless) TCA peel, micro-needling with stemcells, followed a galvanic alginate mask to calm, hydrate and cool the skin. The legendary serum is a “cocktail formula” of Epidermal Growth Factor, derived from the progenitor cells of the human fibroblast cells. According to Louise, they “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.” But there is some downtown, the esthetician warns. For 24-48 hours following treatment, “You may be red resembling a sunburn, you should not lay out in the sun during this time, and no hot yoga or swimming. You may also have needle marks the next day.” We also were warned about the A-List price. The 80-minute treatment costs $650!