Nigella Lawson uses a very harsh cleaning product to exfoliate her face - would you?
When it comes to odd beauty hacks, we've pretty much heard (and tried) them all.
Nigella Lawson's tip for exfoliating is one of the weirder ones we've come across in our time.
Nigella, 58, has admitted that she uses her kitchen gloves to clean her face.
The TV chef and author is a fan of rubber washing up gloves with raised bumps for exfoliating.
"I am the sucker who buys things," she said during a live Q&A session in London over the weekend.
"I recently bought some washing up gloves with silicone bits on the palm for scrubbing.
"I exfoliate with them. I like them."
We can imagine that the gloves are easy to use and we reckon the tiny, rounded bumps would really work with a nice exfoliating balm to lift dead skin cells and freshen skin.
Not everyone thinks using kitchen gloves to exfoliate is a good call, though.
One celebrity doctor has warned that gloves like this are simply too harsh to be used on your face.
“It’s such a bad idea to use Marigold gloves to exfoliate," Vincent Wong told The Sun.
“The texture of the gloves are quite rough and it can be really damaging to over stress your skin. She’s doing the complete opposite to helping her skin.”