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Delight your senses with the fiesta pedicure and chocolate manicure.
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Tasty Treats for Beautiful Hands and Feet
Dr. Travis: There are many ways to perfect your body but I doubt you’d seen any quite like this. To start, we’ve got Meagan here from the Sync and Nail Beauty Lounge in Manhattan Beach treating Lisa to what smells like a chocolate manicure.
Dr. Lisa: Yes and you know I love my chocolate.
Dr. Travis: So you’re doubling your pleasure. So how is this good for the hands?
Meagan: This is a Peruvian chocolate soap and it softens and tightens the skin and I’m going to take a coco butter exfoliant to exfoliate and soften.
Dr. Lisa: Well that smells great. Oh I love coco butter too.
Meagan: And then we’re going to finish with the chocolate mask and of course chocolate polish if you want.
Dr. Lisa: I’m loving this all. This is just great.
Dr. Travis: So this is a great little pleasure to manicure for you.
Dr. Lisa: Yes.
Dr. Travis: So you keep getting that. I’m going to move over here because we’ve got Drew having a little bit of a party over here. He’s with Aisha from the Paint Shop Beverly Hills giving Drew a -- is that a Margarita pedicure?
Dr. Drew: Oh yes, it is. You have no clue how good this feels.
Dr. Travis: So what in the world—how does that work?
Aisha: Well what we like to call this pedicure is our fiesta pedicure. First what we do is we start with hot rocks in the water which induces blood circulation. Right after that, we then take our Ritas & Rocks foot polish which has agave extract which is a natural healing agent and also salt to exfoliate the skin. It feels good?
Dr. Drew: Nice.
Dr. Travis: So it’s really salt and the rocks in there. There’s not really margarita?
Aisha: No, not really margarita but salt is good for your skin and it's good for the glass.
Dr. Travis: Well Drew I’m so jealous. I’m going to actually give you a little margarita.
Dr. Drew: A little shooter for the feet. Didn’t you do this for the show little frozen feet?
Dr. Travis: Yes, I did. I think I ruined your footbath.
Dr. Drew: This was warm. This was perfect a second ago.
Dr. Travis: Well you’re getting your foot massage. You’d be quiet. So what’s great here is I’m moving on because Jim is wrapped up like a cocoon. We got Krisa, a massage therapist from Spa 415 at Beverly Hills, showing us what’s called a tuscany wine wrap. Is he literally wrapped in wine right now?
Krisa: He really is.
Dr. Jim: And it’s starting to soak in and I’m feeling pretty cool.
Dr. Travis: So maybe you shouldn’t be standing up on ledge like that.
Dr. Jim: I know how King Tut felt, all mummified like this.
Dr. Travis: So how in the world is this working?
Krisa: Actually the first step is to mix the grape extract powder with some champagne, kind of mix it up a little bit. And actually not only is it good for the lymphatic system but it has a lot of vitamins and antioxidants and so it’s really beneficial.
Dr. Jim: So is this all edible?
Krisa: No, not really edible but—
Dr. Jim: Because there are moisturizers in there too.
Dr. Travis: So how long would he hang out in this wrap so to speak?
Krisa: Well after you wrap them up, they probably stay wrapped out for about 20 minutes or so until it soaked in and get all the nutrients in there.
Dr. Jim: It makes it nice and warm.
Dr. Travis: So this actually exfoliates, softens the skin?
Krisa: It’s really good for metabolism too.
Dr. Travis: I’m a little bit jealous. You guys all got something so I’m going to do my own little wine wrap here. Cheers.
Dr. Jim: So that’s how you roll?
Dr. Travis: Well these are fun exciting ways to use products and we actually use for happy hour.
Dr. Jim: Real wine for this though. There’s only a small amount of champagne otherwise, the alcohol can actually absorb into your skin.
Dr. Travis: Don’t worry the good wine, it’s going home with me.