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Natural Cellulite Treatment Dr. Drew Ordon: How are you? Cristina: Good, how are you? Dr. Drew Ordon: You're Cristina, right? Cristina: I am, I am. Dr. Drew Ordon: Welcome. Cristina: Thank you. Dr. Drew Ordon: So tell us what is your biggest concern? Cristina: Well, you know Bikini season is coming up and I just want to be sure is everything is together when my Jelo booty out there. Female: Why wouldn’t you? Cristina: No cellulite on my leg, just firm, tight skin, that looks good. Dr. Drew Ordon: Women and their cellulite. Female: You know what even at 20, haven’t you seen that? Dr. Drew Ordon: All women and I'm going to say that, that have a certain degrees, so – and although we have no permanent cure of cellulite now or things you can do to keep it out of the way and it look the best it can look. And so what do you got? Female: And you know what it could be easy as your morning coffee. Do you drink coffee Cristina? Cristina: I do, not today though. Female: Not today, well, thank goodness because we’re going to put it somewhere else. You take your morning coffee grains Dr. Drew and what you do is after I have my morning coffee. I just grab my grains right into the filer. And I take the up to my shower. Now many of the girls that we’re just saying they just put cover on their shower, because you don’t want to clog up the drain, but you also don’t need to use a lot. Your take your coffee grains and you mix it with a little bit of your body wash. I'm going to turn you this Cristina right in the hip, the butt, and the thigh. You take your coffee grinds and you rub it in a circular motion and in the shower. Dr. Drew Ordon: So you're not pulling, but you're stimulating the circulation, it's the caffeine in fact that maybe helping that circulation. Female: Puling the toxins, the caffeine, you know many of the products that we women are told to buy has a lot of caffeine in it, and caffeine helps to pull out the toxins, so look at that, we’ll wipe it off, and you know this isn’t again, a miracle, it's just something that you wanted to do every day in the shower and you're going to see – there you go. Cristina: It feels really good Dr. Drew Ordon: Somebody is going to walk in the shower though and see that. Female: Yeah, your gorgeous, you got your Jelo booty, you're all set. Dr. Drew Ordon: You're going to be ready for summer.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: This is a cushion for your cleavage ladies. Listen up, so basically this is for larger breasted women to try and decrease wrinkles area, the declotag. So the idea is that this is a pillow for the breast. I think of it as a booster seat. And so basically, wear this at night and put it in between your breast and the idea is that it's going to decrease wrinkles in that area. This is for large breasted women. Dr. Drew Ordon: Mine is bigger than yours Travis. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Now, it's supposed to be for the C cup and larger. So it is for larger. Female: That is for C cup, D cup, I don’t know with that. Dr. Drew Ordon: But Lisa you make a great point, in fact, we did this right on our stage I did injections on breast cleavage. We did fillers, do you remember that? And women with large breast from that action of squeezing together, do actually form wrinkles on their declotate area. And with this by sitting here, it prevents the skin from bunching on itself and prevents those wrinkles. Female: I think this will be good for nursing women too when your breast is very heavy. Dr. Drew Ordon: And this is something similar, after surgery very often the breast are too close together, we put them in as a bolster as a spacer, to keep them where we want to keep them so they don’t rub together. Dr. Travis Stork: You know we have a guess here. Let's go check it out and see how these work in real life. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Look at that, isn’t that cute, there's pajamas and everything. Female: I'm pretty comfortable. Dr. Lisa Masterson: How does it feel? Female: Actually, it isn’t very uncomfortable, when I first saw it, I was pretty intimidated, but it's not bad, I kind of forgot it was there. And you know what, I’ll do anything for beauty. So it isn’t going to do wrinkles, and bring it on. Dr. Lisa Masterson: And it's light weight, it's very light. Dr. Travis Stork: And this is a breast pillow from another company. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Oh my, I'm loving that, you can just feel like the queen. Female: The belt is cute. Dr. Lisa Masterson: And you know because that’s women, a lot of times during the night we’ll sweat in between too. Dr. Travis Stork: And you know what, there's no harm in this, right Drew? Dr. Drew Ordon: No, I like the look on that mannequin, that works. Dr. Travis Stork: You know what, very comfortable, it looks comfortable, so thank you for trying this out for, we appreciated it. Female: Thank you.