The Doctors: Never Shave Your Armpits Again
The Doctors were talking about armpit hair, saying some people are claiming you can “microwave it away” once and for all. They wanted to test it our for themselves, so Dr Jennifer Ashton was in the procedure room with a board certified plastic surgeon Dr Sheila Nazarian and their patient Erin. Erin saidshe’s a personal trainer and spends 95% of her day in a tank top, so having to shave every day is a pain. She tried laser hair removal but it doesn’t work for those with blonde hair and darker skin, so she thought she would give MiraSmooth a try.
According to Dr Nazarian, everyone is a good candidate for the procedure, which is what makes the technology so great. Hair color and skin color don’t matter. The area is numbed first and then a temporary tattoo is placed on the area to mark where the device would go. With one treatment, 70% of hair is removed and the sweat and odor glands are elminated as well. Heat is applied but the area is numb so it’s painless. Approximately 80% of people only need one treatment, which is a lot better than laser hair removal. The first treatment is $2,000, but you could throw your razors and deodorant away. It takes about an hour and you’re done!
The Doctors: Selfie Toaster + “Belfie” Stick
The Doctors then wanted to take a closer look at some bizarre gadgets being sold online. You can now “have your selfie and eat it too”, according to The Doctors, explaining that there’s now selfie toasters that allow you to imprint your image into toast.
Next, they took a closer look at a new product that can help you take the perfect selfie from behind. It’s called the Belfie Stick and you no longer need a mirror. The Doctors couldn’t even get one because they were sold out! That’s how popular they are! The Doctors each took their own butt selfies to show how hard it is to actually take belfies without the stick. Too funny! What’s ridiculous is that the stick costs $80!
The Doctors: Red Wine Fights Acne
The Doctors then shared yet another benefit of red wine. A study done at UCLA added resveratrol, an antioxidant found in red wine, to benzoyl peroxide, an ingredient found in acne medication, and found that it helped keep acne-causing bacteria away for a longer period of time. To that, The Doctors said “cheers!” Cheers was the word of the day and you can use the word cheers to enter for a chance to win Vine Vera Resveratrol Skin Care on The Doctors’ website.
The Doctors: DCF At Fault In Bella Bond Death?
In the Doctors News in 2:00, it was reported that a new report is claiming the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families, DCF, failed Bella Bond. The two-and-a-half-year-old girl was found dead in Boston Harbor in June 2015. Rachelle Bond, Bella’s mother, has been charged with accessory to the murder for which her boyfriend Michael McCarthy has been charged. The new report didn’t directly blame DCF for Bella’s murder, citing Bond’s long history with the agency, including two neglect investigations regarding Bella. The report claimed that DCF relied on Bond’s probation officer and shelter administrators to check on Bella’s safety, thus “prematurely” closed their investigation due to a “false sense of security.”
The cause of Bella’s death hasn’t been officially determined.
The Doctors: Daniel Craig Knee Injury
The latest James Bond film Spectre premieres in theaters November 6. At the London premiere, Daniel Craig was looking fit, which was great considering he tore his miniscus during a fight scene in the movie, which required surgery. After a two week break in filming, he was back on set. He’s also ripped his rotator cuff and sliced off the tip of his finger while filing a previous James Bond movie.
The Doctors: High Heels & Chest Sag
For the Doctors Prescription of the Day, Dr Travis Stork revealed a trick to avoiding breast sag. Wearing high heels throws off the body’s alignment, causing your body to lean forward, contributing to gravity, weighing down your chest. Try to limit your time in high heels.