Mila Kunis, Kristen bell and co they might not be a fan of bathing their kids every day, but Dwayne johnsonaka The Rock, I can’t even understand the thought.
The former wrestler chimed in on recent comments made by Kunis and Bell, sharing his take on Twitter about the surprising celebrity trend.
“No, I am the opposite of a celebrity who ‘does not bathe’,” he tweeted. “Take a (cold) shower when I get out of bed to start the day. Take a (hot) shower after exercising before work. Take a (hot) shower after you get home from work. Face wash, body wash, exfolio and singing (key off) in the shower. “
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The 49-year-old’s tweet comes after Kunis and her husband, Ashton Kutcher, appeared on an episode of By Dax Shepard Armchair Expert podcast last week and the conversation turned to the bathroom.
“I didn’t have hot water when I was a kid so I didn’t shower much anyway,” Kunis told Shepard. And she has apparently passed this habit down to herself and Kutcher’s two children: her six-year-old daughter Wyatt and four-year-old son Dimitri.
“When I had kids, I didn’t wash them every day either. I wasn’t the father who bathed my newborns, ever,” he said, with Kutcher chilling, “If you can see the dirt on them, clean them. Otherwise, you don’t have sense “.
Meanwhile, the host of the podcast later appeared on The view with his wife Bell, where they admitted “waiting for the stench” when bathing their daughters Lincoln, eight, and Delta, six.
“Once you smell an odor, that’s the way biology lets you know that you need to clean it. There’s a red flag,” Bell said. “Honestly, it’s just bacteria; once you have bacteria you have to say, ‘Get in the bathtub or shower.’ So I don’t hate what [Kunis and Kutcher] You are doing. I wait for the stench. “
Another celebrity who often skips showers is 40-year-old Jake Gyllenhall.
In an interview with Vanity fair Earlier this month, the actor admitted that he sometimes gives up the shower because he thinks it leads to healthier skin.
“More and more I find that the bathroom is less necessary, sometimes,” he told the magazine. “I also think there is a whole world of not bathing that is also really helpful for skin maintenance, and we naturally cleanse ourselves.”
Gyllenhall, however, emphasized that he brushes his teeth frequently.
“I think, as Elvis Costello is wonderful, that good manners and bad breath get you nowhere. [brush my teeth]”he added.
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