‘Look what’s come out!’ Love Island’s Jack Fincham reveals picture of the blood removed from his HEAD after gruesome cupping treatment
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Jack Fincham offered fans an insight into his self-care routine after revealing a lump of blood removed from his head.
The 30-year-old former Love Island winner took to Instagram on Sunday to share a clip of himself receiving a gruesome-looking cupping treatment.
The video he shared on his social platform shows the star lying on his front on a treatment table as he receives the treatment supposedly to help with stress reduction.
‘Look what’s come out of my head’: Love Island’s Jack Fincham revealed the blood removed from his head after a gruesome-looking cupping treatment in an Instagram post on Sunday
Jack said: ‘I tell you what, when I come in here it’s like having a car MOT, changing your oil, it’s the only way I can describe it.
‘Look what’s about to come out of my head.’
As the cup is removed from Jack’s skull, blood can be seen pouring into a towel and a jellified blob of blood is left on the side of his head.
Upon seeing the blood lump, Jack described the mass as ‘like a trifle’ as well as joking that he could sell it ‘down the market’ because of its resemblance to a liver.
Jellied blood: The video he shared on his social platform showed him lying on his front on a treatment table as he received the treatment supposedly to help with stress reduction
Speaking with the cupping practitioner, Jack said: ‘That’s the worst one yet, isn’t it? That’s a lot of toxins, you don’t want that running around your head.’
Messy: As the cup is removed from Jack’s skull, blood poured into a towel and a jellified blob of blood was left on the side of his head
Cupping is a type of alternative therapy, originating in China, which involves placing cups onto skin to create suction.
The suction is created primarily through the application of heat, with the skin being sucked up as the cups cooled down.
Traditionally, the cups were made from animal horns, bamboo and later, ceramic, but modern cups are now made from either glass or plastic.
It is claimed that the increased blood flow to the areas caused by the cupping helps to remove harmful toxins from your body.
Earlier this year, Mickey Rourke and Dwayne Johnson both separately gave the treatment a try and Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, showed up at the Olympic games sporting a back and shoulders full of cup marks.
It comes as the former Love Island star and TOWIE’s Franke Sims sparked romance rumours on Sunday night as they were spotted sharing a kiss after enjoying a night out at a bar together.
Frankie was seen cosying up to Jack before leaving together in his car later in the evening.
Ancient medicine: It is claimed that the increased blood flow to the areas caused by the cupping helps to remove harmful toxins from your body
She was seen wearing a white jacket over the top of a simple white crop top, while Jack opted for a classy open collar black shirt.
The stars weren’t on their own for the whole night though, posts on their Instagram stories revealed they had also met up with Frankie’s sister Chloe.
Multiple clips and pictures showed Jack and Frankie sitting closely together throughout the night at the bar putting on a flirty display.
At one point, Frankie even planted a kiss on Jack’s cheek as he grinned for the camera.
Another video showed Frankie standing tall and wrapping her arms around Jack as they hugged one another outside the venue.
New beginnings? It comes as the former Love Island star and TOWIE’s Franke Sims sparked romance rumours on Sunday night as they were spotted sharing a kiss after enjoying a night out at a bar together