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Kym: You know, don’t ask. Don’t ask. You know what you see the other side.
Dr. Drew: Why you don’t have your breakfast Jim?
Kym: I know.
Dr. Drew: Jim, this is your facial.
Dr. Jim: Oh, my God!
Dr. Drew: You’re not supposed to be eating this.
Kym: You know what, that always happens.
Dr. Jim: I was hungry.
Kym: That always happens with me. I have a chocolate facial in the fridge, it’s gone. A blueberry smoothie facial, it’s gone. You’re eating the facial.
Dr. Jim: Please tell me this is milk.
Kym: It was milk.
Dr. Jim: Okay.
Dr. Travis: Mixed in with the first two beauty treatments.
Dr. Lisa: Yes.
Dr. Drew: So what do you have here for Jim?
Kym: Alright, now this is—
Dr. Drew: And quite eating your facial.
Dr. Jim: I'm sorry. I'm hungry.
Kym: Exactly, this is in a pinch you guys and it’s from my book, The Beauty Cookbook, so it’s 200 recipes not to put in your body but to put on your body. And these are things that you have in a pinch.
All right, grab this it’s a Cherrios ground up in a blender.
Dr. Drew: So oats.
Kym: Exactly, oats are great for just exfoliating the skin, so let’s not do it—
Dr. Drew: Are you ready to--?
Kym: Let’s put it on here.
Dr. Jim: Do something about my cross feet there.
Kym: I know, there we go.
Dr. Drew: I’m going to work hard on this cross feet.
Kym: Look it now, the oats are great for exfoliating you guys. Then we put in one lemon which is great you know the citric acid.
Dr. Drew: I like the fruit acid.
Kym: Exactly, oh my gosh, He’s so cute. Look at how we work with this. And then honey, it’s a moisturizer.
Dr. Jim: You know that.
Kym: It helps get rid of any bacteria right? So you put this on your favorite, your Cherrios are falling all over you. But it’s really great. Can you feel yourself getting exfoliated? Look at you, you look 10 years younger.
Dr. Jim: I feel like I’m chewing something.
Dr. Drew: I think he wants to go back to eating his Cherrios.
Kym: Exactly, now this is a potato salad facial. Do you want it?
Dr. Drew: Now, the potato salad --
Kym: Exactly, now the oil in the --
Dr. Drew: Vinegar, right?
Kym: Vinegar and oil.
Dr. Jim: Salicylic acid.
Kym: Vinegar is absolutely great for again, tightening and firming and--
Dr. Jim: Are you sure this isn’t one of the other facials—
Kym: No, it is not. Who’s paranoid over here? Seriously you can use things from your own home like the potato salad. The mayonnaise that goes in the potato salad facial, isn’t this great? You’re so handsome.
Dr. Jim: Yes, this is great.
Dr. Drew: Hey Jim, kudos to you buddy for being so brave. Thanks.