The Drs: Violent Lips Temporary Tattoos & Aroma Home Animal Hotties


The Doctors: Violent Lips Temporary Lip Tattoo Review

Dr. Travis Stork said the new trend among celebrities is sporting temporary lip tattoos. Dr. Lisa Masterson called them distracting, but The Doctors agreed that getting attention is probably the point of any type of tattoo.

In the procedure room, Dr. Andrew Ordon spoke with lip tattoo experts Vanessa and Justine, who explained their temporary lip appliques. These lip tattoos take lipstick to another level, seeing your solid colors and raising them leopard print patterns, polka dots, stripes, and of course glitter.


This is one of those product ideas that women are probably kicking themselves for not thinking of first, because it seems so simple that you wouldn’t believe there is a market for it.

The Drs: Lip Tattoos

You can take your lip beauty to the next level with temporary tattoos in vibrant colors and patterns.

The Doctors: Temporary Lip Tattoos

The Lip Tattoos are big, but you cut and shape them to the right size for you. Vanessa explained that these are gluten-free and 100% vegan. They also have Vitamin E, apparently.


Dr. Jim Sears asked how temporary these lips are. They actually only last for about eight hours, and can be removed with baby oil or mineral oil. That’s the right length of time for a party or wedding, right?

It’s actually convenient because that short time period means you can switch between day and evening lip wear, or choose different luscious lips to wear into your office each day.

Click here to purchase Violent Lips Temporary Lip Tattoos.

The Doctors: Aroma Home Knitted Snuggle Hotties Review

Dr. Lisa Masterson introduced the Aroma Home Microwaveable Snuggle Hotties. This product combines the ideas of a heat pack and a comforting stuffed animal. Dr. Lisa said these are really easy to use.

Just heat your favorite animal pal in the microwave and it will smell like lavender. You can snuggle with them on cold winter nights. The lavender is good for your immune system during cold and flu season, and it also helps you relax.

I’m not a parent, but I’d guess it’s much easier to get your child to relax with one of these than a regular hot water bottle. Dr. Lisa did caution that direct contact with the lavender might bother the skin, so that’s something to pay attention to if you’re using this product.

Click here to purchase your own Aroma Home Microwaveable Snuggle Hotties.


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