The actress fuels the endless debate that seems to have pervaded Hollywood and the Internet.
A few months ago, Mila Kunis and her husband, Ashton Kutcher, said in a podcast that they do not shower too often and only wash their children when they are “visibly dirty.”
The actress spoke about the criticisms that she and her husband received after they said that they wash their children only if “the dirt can be seen on them”.
“We wash our dogs, does that make people happy?” Kunis joked. Asked by Ellen if she washes her dogs more often than children, the star answered “True!”
During the show, Kunis said that he does not wash his body with soap every day, and Kutcher said that he washes his armpit and intimate area every day, but otherwise he does not wash at all. But the revelation that sparked waves of reactions on the Internet was that the two actors were washing your children – Wyatt, six, and Dimitri, four – only if they were visibly dirty.
And actor Jake Gyllenhall revealed to Vanity Fair that it increasingly seems to him that it is not a necessity to take a bath. Instead, the singer Cardi B posted a message on Twitter in which she wrote “What is the phase with people who say they do not wash? My skin is already eating me. ” In turn, the actor The Rock said that he washes several times a day, especially if he has workouts.
It seems that not only celebrities have decided to give up what was a basic norm in body hygiene. A survey in the UK showed that 17% of Britons wash less often than before the pandemic. A similar survey in the United States also found that 70% of Americans found that they did not intentionally use deodorant last year because they did not meet other people.