The Doctors: Mango & Papaya Face Mask Recipe For Glowing Skin

The Drs: Shiny Nose Face Mask

The skin is the largest organ in the body, and The Doctors spent some time talking about what makes it glow, in good or bad ways, and what you can do about that.

Viewer Ophelia said she doesn’t like the way her oily nose glows. It’s common for people to experience excessive oil in the facial region, but a lot of products to treat oil can be harsh on the face.

The Drs: Mango Papaya Mask

This easy recipe can give you a healthy facial glow with less oily skin in just 15 minutes.

Kym Douglas: Oily Nose Remedies

The Doctors sent Ophelia to celebrity beauty expert Kim Douglas, who had some home remedies using common household products.

You can mix equal parts of Baking Soda and Witch Hazel to restore the natural PH balance of your skin’s oil.

The Doctors: Mango & Papaya Mask Recipe For Glowing Skin

You can get health benefits from eating a Mango and Papaya Smoothie. These natural fruits have acids that bring out your skin’s natural glow. Yogurt contains Lactic Acid. Honey is a natural Humectant, meaning it allows your face to retain this moisture.

Ingredients

  • 1 Mango, peeled & cubed (or try frozen fruit)
  • 1 Papaya, peeled & cubed (or try frozen fruit)
  • ¼ cup Yogurt
  • 1 tsp. Honey

Directions

  1. Blend the ingredients.
  2. Pour into a bowl.
  3. Apply to the face.
  4. Remove after 15 minutes.

Science Of The O Face

Dr. Lisa explained what happens to the body during the physical acts of lovemaking. Your breathing is faster and your heart beats faster, meaning you have oxygenated blood pumping, giving you stamina. The pupils dilate and you may blush. You could also sweat, especially if the room is warm.

“So the O face is actually a glow face, if done properly,” Dr. Travis Stork said.

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