Is the Flight Attendant Facial Mask the Secret to Great Skin?

Playing Flight Attendant Facial Mask

Is the secret to great looking skin found 35,000 feet up in the air? Safely back on the ground, The Doctors are joined by global beauty expert Shalini Vadhera to help demonstrate a beauty secret popular among the jet-set employees from an Asian airline.

She reveals that many flight attendants from Singapore Airlines apply a mixture of egg and lemon juice to their skin. Shalini says this can help to remove dirt and grime from the skin, and she says it can also tighten the skin.

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In addition to the homemade mixture, she says there are face masks available which will have the same effect. She suggests leaving the mask (or the mixture) on for 20 minutes to dry and then removing for optimal results.

Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon tested out the mask and says he liked the results and says he could feel the tightening effects of the mask as it dried.

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Shalini also shares a beauty trick she says originates from Zimbabwe, and shares it can be found in the produce section of your supermarket. She says to boil okra that has been chopped, mash it, and then apply to the skin once it has cooled. She says boiled and mashed okra will help to moisturize and plump the skin. She also says it can also help minimize fine lines.

Find out what OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry thinks of this beauty tip in the video below. Plus, get the recipe for the flight attendant mask and okra mask, here!