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Liz Vaccariello, editor-in-chief of Prevention, and The Doctors demonstrate how to make the Pretty in Pink facial that uses ...
all-natural ingredients and costs less than $5.
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Homemade Pretty in Pink Facial
Dr. Travis Stork: The time has come to reveal these secret ingredients of all the natural treatment for young looking skin that costs less than $5.00 and we’re calling it the Pretty in Pink Facial.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Pretty in Pink Facial, are you ready?
Liz Vaccariello: We are ready.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yes.
Dr. Travis Stork: Yes.
Dr. Drew Ordon: It gets its pink cues from two things in it. Number one, guava which has enzymes in it which helps to break up the oils on your skin actually tightens the skin, full of vitamins and minerals. Number two, grapefruit, pink grapefruit which contains a natural alpha hydroxyl acid which you know is a natural fruit. It’s going to peel your skin a little bit.
Liz Vaccariello: While anybody whose looked at the label of an anti-aging product knows that in term.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Well you need something with a little giddy up that actually is going to do something on your skin and that will do it.
Okay. So we get our ingredients, mix it with some yogurt. Now the yogurt, what that is going to do is moisturize. It’s going to put water, moisture, protein back into your skin. So we’ve cleansed a little bit, we’ve exfoliated a little bit. Now we need to moisturize and — who gets the facial?
Liz Vaccariello: Jim.
Dr. Jim Sears: Oh, great.
Liz Vaccariello: Well not that good.
Dr. Jim Sears: Now go ahead, oh.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Now Jimbo—
Liz Vaccariello: That’s soothing right?
Dr. Drew Ordon: We’ll leave it on for 10 minutes.
Dr. Jim Sears: Okay. It just dripped on my lap.
Dr. Drew Ordon: It’s going to form a little bit of a mask.
Dr. Travis Stork: You know what? We can do the rest of the show with Jim having the facial on right?
Dr. Jim Sears: Cool.
Dr. Travis Stork: Let’s just go ahead and doctor him up.
And so Drew, is this completely edible?
Dr. Drew Ordon: Yes. In fact, put it on your face and then whatever is left, eat it.
Liz Vaccariello: Just put it in the room it’s so refreshing, it smells delicious.
Dr. Travis Stork: And here’s the great part, in less than $5.00, all natural ingredients, good stuff.
Dr. Drew Ordon: And then it really is doing something. You know, it’s fun. It will make you feel good.
Dr. Jim Sears: Do I look younger? Yeah, do I? You're liking it?
Dr. Travis Stork: You know we can forecast Jim. You look tasty.
Dr. Jim Sears: Yeah, cool.
Dr. Travis Stork: Well, we’re actually going to have step by step instructions on our Pretty in Pink Facial at TheDoctorsTV.com.