The Secret To Tom Cruise's Youthful Looks: Bird Poo?!
Nightingale Poop Keeps the Dew on Tom Cruise
In case you happened to avoid any form of public mingling or news updates yesterday, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are getting a divorce. If you don't care, or expected that Katie's "Contract" would be up in 5 years anyway, you might be more interested in how Cruise, who turns 50 on Tuesday, manages to stay so dang young looking. Is it Scientology? Not unless they subsidize bird poop facials.
You read that correctly.
According to the tabloid Now, Cruise undergoes nightingale excrement facials on a regular basis, and according to a source, "Tom doesn't go in for Botox or surgery, but he does pay close attention to all the new and popular natural treatments. He recently started experimenting with the nightingale poo facial. It was recommended by a Hollywood pal and the results have been fantastic."
Though this "source" can easily just be a hobo from a street corner with an interesting story about one of Hollywood's box-office heavyweights, Blisstree.com found out some interesting facts about this "au-natural" treatment, like how a form of it known as Uguisu No Fun (it contains the excrement of the Japanese bush warbler) has been used as a Japanese beauty product for generations, and that it can allegedly lighten one's skin tone.
Even Cruise's most ardent critics would have to admit that the actor more or less looks exactly the same as he did fifteen years ago, so whatever his technique may be, it's apparently working well, unlike some of his earlier movies like Days Of Thunder, which haven't aged as gracefully.