Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher don’t usually take full-body showers at their home. How often the couple bathes their children is dividing the internet.
In a recent interview with Armchair Expert’s Dax Shepard and Monica Padman, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher discussed their family’s bathing practises. Shepard brought up the issue when he said that he and Padman had been arguing about whether or not she should wash her body with soap. If you wash your face every day with a bar of soap, you’re not doing your skin any favours. As in, “It’s crazy.”
Kunis and Kutcher are in the same camp, it appears to be. In her words, “I don’t wash my body with soap every day.” “But I wash the pits, tits, holes, and soles,” he says. When asked what she was doing to keep her spouse clean, Kutcher said, “I wash my armpits and my crotch everyday, and nothing else ever.” “”Lever 2000″ is a bar of soap that delivers on every level. Other than that, there is nothing else.”
Astonished by the discovery, Padman walked away. In the shower, she washes her entire body, which she believes to be a minority practice. “Who taught you to not wash?”
Kunis’ journey began as a result of a series of circumstances. I didn’t shower often as a youngster since I didn’t have hot water.
Wyatt, 6, and Dimitri, 4, were born after she became a mother. “she replied, “I too did not wash them every day when I had children. As a mom, I never washed my newborn children.”
When Shepard and his wife Kristen Bell had their own newborn girls, they only washed them in the evening, as part of a nocturnal ritual. It didn’t matter to him that they were clean. “Since then, we haven’t cleaned them. It’s been like six years since I’ve been here.”
Kunis answered, “I don’t think so.” “As a parent, that’s how we feel about them. “Something stinks,” we say.” Kutcher appeared to be kidding, but he would not back down “If you can see filth on them, then you should clean them. It would be a waste of time.”