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Dr. Drew: This is the Hollywood beauty lift, right.
Female: And let me tell you this--
Dr. Drew: And we’re here with Elizabeth.
Dr. Drew: Are you having fun?
Elizabeth: I am. We’re having a good time.
Dr. Drew: We should do this everyday.
Female: We should, let’s do.
Dr. Drew: So what have you got going here?
Female: Well Elizabeth said that she felt -- you tell us what you thought your problem was.
Elizabeth: I have a laugh lines and crow’s feet.
Dr. Drew: And we’re not going to tell you to stop laughing, so we’re going to fix thm.
Female: And I personally think her skin looks gorgeous. She’s in her late 40s. And you know what, I don’t really believe in cutting and spend -- that you have to spend hundredths of thousandths of dollars to get skin to look great.
Dr. Drew: My kids are going to college, how do I pay that tuition?
Female: You’re right. You don’t have to get a -- so this is $49.95 under $50.00. You take the Hollywood beauty lift doctor and you put it, just feel a touch of it. It’s a little bit tacky and what you want to do always is you move upward. Everything is going up. Right, we’re lifting and I asked her earlier—
Dr. Drew: Reversing gravity.
Female: Absolutely, and this is temporary but it last for 24 to 48 hours. You put it on again just like the gel and it's like a Botox without the injections. We’ll leave it on again working upward and outward, it tightens the skin, rinse it off and there’s a temporary lift. Do you see me? Am I lifted? Hello.
Dr. Drew: You are lifting. That’s looking pretty good.
Female: And it lifts you and toned you, and makes your pores smaller, and your makeup goes on your way.
Dr. Drew: And we actually have it before and after of this treatment. Let’s see how it works.
Female: Yes, and she use it for only about a week, everyday, and you can see the before shot normal skin, you know, just a little bit of --
Dr. Drew: That’s one week?
Female: It’s just one week and 24 hours and then if you have a red carpet event to go to, you’ll look like a celebrity.
Dr. Drew: I’m going to try this.
Female: You don’t mean that. Your skin looks like a baby behind you.