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Brazilian Glowing Skin Secret
Dr. Travis Stork: In South America, Brazil is known to have some of the most beautiful people in the world. So how do they get that bronze glow? In the warmer months, Brazilian women feast on carrots and beets because the high amounts of beta carotene gives the skin a golden tone that they say, you’ve just can’t get from the sun.
We've been tracking down health and beauty secrets from around the world today and our next stop, South America. South America maybe most famous for its majestic landscape and ancient civilizations but let’s face it, the women aren’t too hard to get. Are they guys?
Dr. Lisa Masterson: They’re gorgeous.
Dr. Drew Ordon: The girls are curvaceous, Brazilian bodies.
Dr. Travis Stork: Known throughout the world.
Dr. Drew Ordon: But also it’s that great Brazilian skin.
Dr. Travis Stork: In fact, we’ve got an email about this very subject. It’s from Kathleen in Duluth, Minnesota who wrote, “Dear Doctors, my skin always feels so dry and dull, no matter what I try. Since summer is coming, I would love to get that soft glowing skin like the women on South American beaches. What is their secret?” And I have a feeling Drew, you’re going to tell us.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Well, I did a little research and I found out what they do in Brazil, and I’m going to demonstrate on you Jim.
Dr. Jim Sears: Okay.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Alright, so Jim it’s all about and you hear me say it over and over again, exfoliation followed by moisturizing, okay?
Dr. Jim Sears: Okay.
Dr. Drew Ordon: So, we’re going to start off first with baby oil. They put this on. They go to the beach. They put on their little, little bikini.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Micro bikini.
Dr. Drew Ordon: When I put this on alright, so you’re putting some moisture on your skin but now I'm going to do and add a home beach Ipanema derma abrasion.
Dr. Jim Sears: That’s just sand.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yeah, sand.
Dr. Drew Ordon: This is sand, gently exfoliating that dead skin right? But at the same time you’re exfoliating but that oil at the same time is going into your skin okay, and then finally we rinse it all off with the little bit of that seawater.
Dr. Jim Sears: Oh yeah.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: I love—
Dr. Drew Ordon: You’re shining.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yes.
Dr. Drew Ordon: And finally yes, let’s dry him off and then.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: You can also do that with brown sugar.
Dr. Drew Ordon: You must always protect—
Dr. Jim Sears: With brown sugar, interesting.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yeah.
Dr. Drew Ordon: We’ve got a 60 here this will work when you’re in Brazil Jim and finally you’ve exfoliated, we moisturized you. Now, it’s skin protection. I went a little heavy there.
Dr. Jim Sears: And if I go to the gym in Brazil it will be like this.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Jimbo, you’re not going to get much colored today. Here we go.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: It will take away the glow.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Here we go.
Dr. Jim Sears: Alright, there we go.
Dr. Travis Stork: The exfoliation doesn’t have to occur out in the sun. In fact, you should apply the sunscreen about 30 minutes before you go out in the sun, so this is just a great thing and you can do it at home.
Dr. Drew Ordon: When you’re walking on the beach in the sand and you put your feet in it—
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yeah.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Yeah.
Dr. Travis Stork: Take a little sand at home in the bag.