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Dr. Travis Stork: That’s God it was Jim who look like--
Dr. Drew Ordon: What is this gentleman’s—
Kym Douglas: Okay, so you know Jim.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Skin needs.
Dr. Drew Ordon: If you want to see what we’re doing.
Kym Douglas: Yeah.
Dr. Jim Sears: Yeah, I’d like to see. I can’t see a thing.
Dr. Drew Ordon: We’re going to pull.
Kym Douglas: Oh, gosh. Here, bless your heart. Okay, we’re poking his eyes so there. Now we can see him. Hi, Dr. Jim.
Dr. Jim Sears: Oh yeah.
Dr. Drew Ordon: There, you are now you look like a goalie.
Dr. Jim Sears: That’s way better.
Kym Douglas: Okay, so here is the fun secret. You know, way back in like the 30’s and 40’s I heard that movie starts like Paul Newman in different, great like just like you two.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Like Jim Sears.
Kym Douglas: Yeah.
Dr. Jim Sears: Yeah, I get that a lot.
Kym Douglas: They used to actually dip their head in a bucket of ice water and it would restrict the blood vessels and help to reduce the puffiness so I've got a great tip. It’s inexpensive doctors as your aluminum foil. You probably have that at home, right?
Dr. Jim Sears: Yes.
Kym Douglas: Take a piece of aluminum foil about the size of your face, rip it off and cut a little hole in it that would be for your mouth, stick it in the freezer. Can you feel this? It’s a little bit cold doctor because we don’t have a freezer right here.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Yeah.
Kym Douglas: So we put ice packs on it. Put it on the freezer. I laid it along Dr. Jim’s face. Now what you ultimately do is lay down on the bed.
Dr. Jim Sears: Okay.
Kym Douglas: Lay this on your face then you take it off. Are you ready? He is going to look he is 15 right now, and look at him.
Dr. Jim Sears: Wow!
Dr. Drew Ordon: You look like you’re—now.
Kym Douglas: He is—you’re stunning.
Dr. Jim Sears: Did you first put that on? It was really cold. I felt really good.
Dr. Travis Stork: Well, thank you Kym for those great tips.