Buzz or buzz… The Doctors answer that question about two new health and beauty trends.
The Doctors answer a viewer question about whether peppermint toothpaste can help with hair growth. Is this a viable DIY health hack or just a minty wack?
The Doctors discuss at-home vaginal rejuvenation devices and whether there are any risks or concerns about this popular treatment.
Should you be using at-home DIY products that claim to shrink fibroids? OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry details what a woman should be doing to address their fibroids and what they should avoid.
The Doctors test out multiple DIY products which some people think can remove your blackheads. Find out if they are hack or wack and hear what dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra suggests you should be using to removes these pesky blemishes.
The Doctors issue a strong warning against using rubber bands to remove a keloid. Find out more about how this condition should be treated.
The Doctors share if the DIY keloid removal and the blister-prevention tip using tape are hacks or wacks!
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry answers viewers questions about douching, spotting, and inflamed gums during pregnancy.
The Doctors discuss beauty blogger Huda Kattan’s DIY vaginal lightening guide which caused controversy after she posted it on her blog.
There is certainly a trend towards using more natural remedies for many health and wellness needs and The Doctors discuss using one natural remedy for birth control.