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Quick Remedy for Puffy Eyes
Travis: Another big problem Drew, we hate puffy eyes, right?
Drew: Yes. Well, this is actually something that I used to do when I was a cut doctor for my dear friend Vinny Paz. I don’t know if any of you know that but I was a corner cut man for a professional boxer.
Travis: You wear a gown every morning before work.
Drew: Well, I do wear that. But you’ve seen them do it to get the swelling out of your face around your eyes, you use a frozen squeegee and you can do the same thing at home. You freeze some cue-tips.
Male: You wet them first.
Drew: You wet them.
Drew: You freeze them so they're wet and moist. And you actually squeegee out that swelling that you may have underneath your eyes and the cold constricts the swelling and the general pleasure actually pulls out that swelling, so you will look better and I would do it right now but I’ve worn my makeup.
Lisa: With those big cue-tips that we use in procedures work, I think that would nice.
Male: That’s even better.
Lisa: Yeah, I like this because you just stick them in the fridge.
Drew: The GYN swabs.
Lisa: Yeah, those are great.
Drew: Those are big cue-tips. That was I use to use when I was treating Vinny that I had used those big GYN swabs.