JACK Fincham gave fans a glimpse into his gory cupping treatment today which saw him have “dead blood” removed from his body.
The Love Island winner, 29, stripped off at the Abdelkabar Cupping Clinic, London, and laid face down on a table ready for his session to begin.
Jack Fincham went for cupping treatment todayCredit: Instagram
In total, 21 cups were placed onto his bare skin, from his calves up to the back of his scalp.
Slowly, the suction cups cause blood vessels to expand, and the clear containers fill with the dark red fluid.
The historic process is said to have numerous health benefits from easing anxiety and depression, to lowering blood pressure and helping with rheumatic diseases.
Jack was left stunned afterwards when he was shown some of his solidified blood.
He joked: “That’s madness. It’s like a jellyfish.”
He was left shocked by the amount of blood that came out of himCredit: Instagram
Last year he spoke of how “amazing” he felt after having toxins sucked out of his body.
Earlier this month Jack was forced to pull out of his professional boxing debut after breaking his nose in a car crash.
The 2018 reality show champ was set to make his pro debut on November 10 on the undercard of a four-man knockout tournament.
Love Island’s Jack recently broke his nose in a car crashCredit: Instagram
Jack had been training hard for his debut pro boxing fightCredit: Instagram
The 29-year-old – who found fame as he coupled up with Danny Dyer’s daughter Dani on the ITV2 show – previously competed as an amateur in the ring.
But he has been given a second chance to don the gloves under the Boxxer promotional banner.
However, the star revealed on his Instagram page that he needed to go under the knife after busting his nose on the steering wheel of his £35,000 Mercedes CLA last month.
A medical examination discovered his nose had not healed and was still struggling to breathe – KOing the ‘devastated’ star’s bout for now.
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