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Anti-Aging Facial Treatments
Dr. Travis Stork: Right now it’s time to stop your fear of getting old, so let’s go under anti-aging lab that we setup backstage. Dr. Ordon is back there with beauty expert and the author of The Beauty Cookbook, Kym Douglas. So what do you guys cooking out back there?
Dr. Drew Ordon: That’s right Travis thank you. Welcome back Kymmy.
Kym Douglas: Thank you, it’s so good to be here.
Dr. Drew Ordon: We always have fun back here don’t we?
Kym Douglas: We do, this is where it all happens.
Dr. Drew Ordon: So, let’s start off right away. What do women fear the most about their skin and aging?
Kym Douglas: Good question, I think doctor, what they feel is that the outside doesn’t match the inside. Everyone is working out, they’re doing great. They are living life to the fullest but the outside doesn’t always reflect that.
Dr. Drew Ordon: But you have a solution.
Kym Douglas: I do. We’re going to make them look as great as they feel.
Dr. Drew Ordon: And with us, joining us today is Ashley, how are you?
Ashley: I'm good thank you.
Kym Douglas: So what is your biggest fear with your skin and aging?
Ashley: Well, my skin used to be really oily and now it’s sort of getting different combination and it’s dry in places but I'm not really yeah, exactly—I get dry patches and spots.
Dr. Drew Ordon: I mean you’re young, you really have lines. You do have some spots you know.
Ashley: It’s not too early to start is it?
Kym Douglas: Never too early.
Dr. Drew Ordon: So what do we have for Ashley?
Kym Douglas: Okay, we like to do things that are natural and that don’t cost a lot, so we’ve got a dry facial smoothie and what I included was some bananas, a little bit of oats, some plain yogurt and honey and we mixed it all together. I'm going to give you a brush.
Dr. Drew Ordon: We’ll have some fun figure.
Kym Douglas: Come and let’s get her all hydrated.
Dr. Drew Ordon: We’re going to do a little double team here Ashley.
Kym Douglas: Right now the benefits of this doctor--
Dr. Drew Ordon: We’re going to put moisture back in your skin.
Kym Douglas: Moisture, this is all hydrating ingredients except for the oats and the oats of course would be good for exfoliating, so that’s going to get a lot of the dead, dry skin off of her but then the rest of these can---
Dr. Drew Ordon: We must get your hands too with bananas.
Kym Douglas: Yeah, there we go. Did I drip? You just caught a drift for me and you know what the honey is great for keeping moisture in as Ashley was even talking about earlier.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Did you call me honey?
Kym Douglas: I did. Hi honey, how are you? Anyway, and I just think this—it smells good, it’s good enough to eat for breakfast and the benefits from the yogurt to the bananas, the potassium of course and then the honey again is a great moisturizer. You’re hydrating--
Dr. Drew Ordon: Like a fruit salad.
Kym Douglas: Isn’t it great? You’re clearing the skin and then you’re exfoliating all in one swoop.
Dr. Drew Ordon: I love it.
Kym Douglas: Let’s have a facial.
Dr. Drew Ordon: All right.
Kym Douglas: All right.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Moving on, how are you Candi?
Candi: I'm great.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Welcome, thanks for joining us.
Candi: Thank you.
Dr. Drew Ordon: So what is your biggest fear?
Candi: Was not to fear about aging.
Dr. Drew Ordon: But you look great.
Candi: Oh, my God it’s scary. Well, I have fair skin so I get dry.
Dr. Drew Ordon: You do have fair skin.
Candi: And I get age spots and you know it’s all scary a little flaky areas and then--.
Dr. Drew Ordon: You wear your sunscreen, right?
Candi: With my sunscreen but I had a little accident with the flat iron and so it kind of dried out the ends.
Kym Douglas: When that happened.
Candi: Curl and lifeless now.
Dr. Drew Ordon: But Candi got her cure.
Kym Douglas: We’ve got a cure and guess what? It’s as simple as some butt cream.
Candi: Oh, my gosh!
Dr. Drew Ordon: Did you say B-U-T-T cream.
Kym Douglas: I did and I am serious. Now I actually have heard that a big celebrity uses this and accidentally found that he was putting you know diapers on all of his kids. It’s a great moisturizer for the skin there’s aloe in here that is going to be wonderful for moisturizing.
Candi: I used this on my four kid’s bottoms.
Kym Douglas: Yeah, I know and are you ready for this?
Candi: The babies.
Kym Douglas: The zinc oxide is great for guess what? You just ask her?
Dr. Drew Ordon: Sun protection.
Kym Douglas: Hello?
Dr. Drew Ordon: And great healing. We know that zinc is one of the key things you need just to keep your skin--I would use to say subtle.
I would use a separate tube though for your face. Does it meant for you.
Kym Douglas: Well, and also Travis it reduces inflammation because we know it’s used on the babies for their little toushes but you know what? It’s great for your hands.
Dr. Drew Ordon: That’s good for babies’ bodies are good for your face also.