Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis reveal shocking details about family's hygiene

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis reveal shocking details about family's hygiene

The celeb couple recently shared how often they bathe, and how regularly they clean their kids.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis share kids hygiene cleanliness
Armchair Expert Podcast

A shower a day keeps the stinky smells away.

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While baths could be considered a luxury, most homes are equipped with a shower, bath or basin.

It is also widely considered pretty gross if you do not wash yourself every day and is quite an accurate indicator of bad hygiene practices.

It is also common knowledge that celebrities have a tendency to adopt strange and eccentric behaviours with no intention of hiding it from the public and will even talk about it quite openly.

From wearing vials of bodily liquids around their necks to moving into a sports stadium in order to complete their latest album (we're looking at you Kanye).

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The latest weird celeb reveal comes to us courtesy of Hollywood's match made in heaven - actress Mila Kunis and actor Ashton Kutcher.

The two stars were recent guests on fellow celeb Dax Shepard's podcast, 'Armchair Expert', and the conversation turned to the topic of bathing.

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As it turns out, Mila and Ashton's fortune could come from soap savings.

Dax told his podcast co-host, Monica Padman, that using soap every day rids the body of natural oils.

Mila and Ashton instantly agreed while explaining their daily bath routine.

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Mila grew up not having access to hot water, so as a child she didn't shower often and she's continued this practice throughout her life.

Ashton and their kids, Wyatt (six) and Dimitri (four), have also adopted the habit.

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They confirmed that they were not the type of parents to wash their newborns and Kunis only washes her face twice daily.

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After listeners of the podcast discovered the couple sharing TMI about their unacceptable bathing habits, they instantly became the latest meme:

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The public's opinion is that they are obviously partaking in very unhygienic practices.

But even in history, bathing wasn't always an option and it was even frowned upon.

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Have we as a society just decided that not bathing regularly is disgusting and anyone who isn't washing daily is obviously strange?

Or are we missing something important here by wasting our time in the bathroom when being a little dirty is actually quite fine?

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At the end of the day, all of us are just trying our best at this thing called life and what you do on your journey is all up to you.

So as long as you enjoy the way you're living it, and your body odour is not repelling anyone around you, you're doing just fine.

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