Singer shares disgusting beauty treatment to keep her skin looking youthful

A singer has revealed her unusual beauty secret to her hundreds of thousands of followers – washing her face with her own wee.

Koral Costa, known online as Koral the Diva, claims that she urinates in a cup and applies it to her face daily for healthy skin. Costa, who has previously admitted to having cosmetic procedures, held up a plastic cup filled with a yellowish liquid.

"Although for many it's no secret that I do touch-ups on my face, one of my secrets is that I urinate in a small cup and apply it to my face," she said. "That's why I have healthy skin, because I apply my urine to my face."

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The Colombian singer then demonstrated by splashing the yellow liquid onto her face.

Her revelation sparked a mixed response from her 463,000 Instagram followers and 396,000 Facebook fans.

One follower agreed with her method, saying: "It's true, I apply it at night and wash it off in the morning."

Another fan named Ester added: "I don't know if adult's urine works, but I do know that a newborn baby's wee is 100% effective, and I talk from personal experience."

However, not everyone was convinced by the beauty tip.

Eliana commented: "But your urine is very yellow, you better consult a doctor."

Meanwhile Valentina said: "That is beer."

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Despite some scepticism, Costa isn't the only Latin American celeb to endorse this unusual beauty trick. Mexican actor Sebastian Ligarde also admitted to applying urine to his face to maintain his youthful looks earlier this year.

He also dismissed claims that he has had plastic surgery on his face, claiming that urine is the only beauty method he follows. However, several dermatologists have stated that this 'pseudo therapy' is not backed up by medical science, pointing out that every person will react to the 'treatment' in different ways.

They advise anyone considering using urine on their face as a beauty method to consult their doctor or dermatologist for safe and proven skin treatments.

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