The Doctors are joined by Becky, who is self-conscious of the scars she has following back surgery. Do The Doctors think something can be done to minimize and treat her scars? We surprise Becky with an offer from Orange Coast Dermatology.
Is the body positivity movement promoting unhealthy lifestyles? Are bone broth smoothie bowls, edible flowers, & dessert hummus worth the hype? Meet the bodybuilder with MS who didn’t let his diagnosis get in the way!
It’s your daily dose of gross! The Doctors watch a video of a man using a tweezer to pull naval stones out of his belly button.
The Doctors discuss navel stones, which are caused by a buildup of dead skin cells and oil in the belly button. Find out how you can avoid developing one of these unsightly stones in your navel.
Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra weighs in on the viral skin care technique “skin gritting” and discusses if she thinks is safe or effective. Plus, find out if you can become addicted to skin creams.
The Doctors discuss a study out of The University of Texas that found the majority of animated villains had bad skin!
The Doctors welcome psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli to discuss a study which found that animated villain characters often have skin issues and whether this is creating negative and long-term stereotypes about skin issues with kids.
The Doctors discuss the case of a patient who developed xanthoma, a skin issue that results from extremely high cholesterol. Find out if this condition can happen to you and how it can be treated.
A viewer asks The Doctors, “Can leaving a sheet mask on my face too long do more harm than good?”
Dr. Ordon met up with Dr. Frauke Neuser, Olay principal scientist, to help answer a viewer’s question. Marnae wants to know if it’s okay for her to skip moisturizers after she washes her face.