Glamorous pensioner credits urine facials for her youthful looks

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
70-year-old Stella Rafini swears by urine facials for her youthful glow [Photo: Stella Rafini]

Pensioner Stella Rafini is frequently asked how she maintains her youthful looks. And her answer is surprising.

The 70-year-old swears by regular urine facials. Rafini first discovered the miracle ingredient when she developed a ‘strange’ rash during a trip to India. She was advised to dab urine on the area and it soon vanished. And after continuing the ritual back home, she hasn’t developed blemishes since.

However, she was sadly diagnosed with skin cancer back in April. Thankfully, she made a full recovery and believes her healthy lifestyle and unique skincare regime is responsible.

However, urine is not the first unusual ingredient the sex therapist has given a go, as she has been known to have sperm facials in the past.

Stella said: “Urine is actually one of the best cures. People think of urine as something that is dirty but it is not. It is your own DNA and that is what makes it so powerful.”

Would you give it a go in the name of beauty? [Photo: Stella Rafini]

She continued, “When it comes out of you, it is fresh and it doesn’t smell. You can use it to treat eczema, psoriasis, rashes, outbreaks, anything to do with skin. It will cure most issues.”

Now, the 70-year-old is ready to embrace life following her cancer scare and has joined several dating sites on the search for a new man to share her days with.

“I’ve had a reoccurring dream that I’m meant to go and live in Florida. I’ve never been there before but I am now making plans to go at the beginning of next year. I am following my heart. Maybe the reason I’m supposed to go there is to meet someone.”

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