"If you see me throwing something in the trash, then there's a red flag, because I'm usually keeping it in my bag to sell later," Rebekka Blue.

TRAVEL & LIFESTYLE: I’m a millionaire at 28 — from selling my toenails, foot skin and used panties

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This former exotic dancer sells her body — and not in the way you think.

Rebekka Blue has become a millionaire by selling literal pieces of herself, including toe-nails, dead skin from her feet, dandruff and even a used intrauterine device. Videos detailing the skin merchant’s used rags-to-riches story have amassed thousands of views on TikTok.

“If you see me throwing something in the trash, then there’s a red flag because I’m usually keeping it in my bag to sell later,” Blue, 28, from Wilmington, North Carolina, told South West News Service of her bizarre brand of flesh-peddling.

It’s safe to say a lot of people want a piece of her. On average, the self-proclaimed “Professional Goddess” reportedly rakes in between $5,000 and $10,000 per month by hawking an array of bizarre and gross mementos from used tissues to panty-liners. She likens the popularity to the trend of people bidding on items used by celebrities.

In one of her more bizarre videos with 2.5 million views, the opportunist described how she started selling earwax-caked Q-tips for $5 a pop.

“If you see me throwing something in the trash, then there’s a red flag because I’m usually keeping it in my bag to sell later,” Rebekka Blue.
Rebekka Blue / SWNS

Blue’s skin-slinging saga began after the then-exotic dancer, who boasts 1.1 million TikTok followers, sold one of her stripping outfits for $20. However, while the customer was “overjoyed” by the purchase, the budding businesswoman initially thought nothing of the sale.

That was until Blue became a webcam model and realized there was a growing demand for items including used underwear and socks on the internet.

Hoping to corner the salacious secondhand goods market, the entrepreneur started selling her peculiar mementos on the side. One of her first ventures entailed burping into and then sealing bags and selling them to customers around the country.

Other products have included worn sportswear, used tissues, shoes dirtied by excessive walking and much much more.

“If we go to the salon to get our toes done, I’m asking to keep the flip flops and the toenail dividers and trying to get my client to pay for everybody’s pedicures,” explained Blue. “It’s an upselling challenge. She even sells her garbage, proving that one person’s trash is indeed another’s treasure.

Dead skin flakes anyone?
Dead skin flakes, anyone?
Rebekka Blue / SWNS

Literally selling herself soon paid major dividends. Blue allegedly went from making only around $50 a week when she started to raking in more than $1 million in just 10 years — which she credits to documenting her business on TikTok.

“It was a no-brainer to continue to share my experience on social media, which has hands-down not only grown my business but allowed me to start an entertainment company,” explained Blue, who now sells her divisive wares full-time. “It’s allowed me to hire.”

The self-made woman says the appeal of her merchandise, especially her dirty laundry, lies in the fact that the recycled items carry her scent. Blue even vacuum seals each product to ensure that, she claims, it retains her pheromones.

Of course, the toenail mogul has expanded her list of services to keep up with her fans’ often highly niche demands, recently adding “toenails and bottles of spit” to her ever-growing inventory.

g to keep the flip flops and the toenail dividers and trying to get my client to pay for everybody's pedicures," explained Blue.
“I’m asking to keep the flip flops and the toenail dividers and trying to get my client to pay for everybody’s pedicures,” explained Blue.
Rebekka Blue / SWNS

Perhaps the most unusual item she ever sold was an intrauterine device (IUD) that she retrieved from her doctor’s trash, SWNS reported.

“I had a client who bought strange things, like my stuffed animals and my panty-liners and some off-the-wall things, and thought, ‘Maybe he could use this as a trophy?’” Blue explained. “He offered me four figures to have something that was inside my body for almost five years, which was godly to him.”

The proud gal added: “So that was hands down one of the highlights of my career.”

Another kinky customer reportedly wanted to buy a used pregnancy test from Blue so she could simulate a man’s wife trying to have a baby.

“I went to the dollar store and bought a pregnancy test,” the entrepreneur recalled of the borderline porn roleplaying scenario. “I again sold the fantasy. I almost wrote a script as if we were in a movie, about this pregnancy test.”

However, that didn’t hold a candle to a client who requested a diaper she’d worn.

“That’s as far as I’ll go … It gets weirder, but I don’t think we can post that stuff,” recalled Blue, who’s reportedly turned down some of the stranger requests after getting scared for her privacy and safety.

Blue even sold an intrauterine device (IUD) that she retrieved from her doctor's trash.
Blue even sold an intrauterine device (IUD) that she retrieved from her doctor’s trash.
Rebekka Blue / SWNS

Naturally, selling one’s leftovers might sound sleazy, but the Carolina native said she feels like she’s making the world a better place.

“People think it’s crazy, but I’m selling hope, joy and love to people in a safe environment,” said Blue, who also started the female-centered knife-making firm “Blades For Babes.” She even wrote a book entitled “Slutrepreneur Secrets: The Keys to Start your E-Commerce Empire,” which is aimed at teaching women how to sell their own things.”

Blue said her ultimate goal is to provide education and support for people who are embarking on careers selling “themselves” online.

“My goal in this industry is to provide legal change to help with the rights of us who sell weird things don’t have; payment processors don’t protect us, our security isn’t protected,” She said. “The goal is to have more rights for us because this is a legit business, and we deserve to be treated as business owners.”

Blue has made over a million dollars in ten years selling her trash, toe nails and skin flakes.
Blue allegedly has made over a million dollars in 10 years selling her trash, toenails and skin flakes.
Rebekka Blue / SWNS

Blue isn’t the only one to hawk bits of herself online. “90 Day Fiancé” star Stephanie Matto has made a fortune slinging a smorgasbord of unorthodox wares, including her jarred farts and bottles of her boob sweat.



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