Dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban explains that the vagina changes as a woman ages. It can dry out, lose tone, lose fat and change color. Try this special, rejuvenating facial for down there.
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Facial for Down There Dr. Lisa Masterson: It's your health in the headlines for women. And joining us in the panel is our very own Dr. Ordon and Beverly Hills’ dermatologist, Dr. Ava Shamban. Dr. Drew Ordon: They don’t call me down here. You’ve been having way too much fun. Dr. Lisa Masterson: We’ve been having a lot of fun. Dr. Drew Ordon: I want to get in the action here. Dr. Ava Shamban: This show is about women, it's a women show. Dr. Drew Ordon: It didn’t care if it's for women, I love women. I've got my feminine side too. Dr. Lisa Masterson: We’re going to help us with a very special thing for women. There's a special thing called facial for down there, have you heard about that? Dr. Drew Ordon: I have heard about that. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Basically the facial is a 50-minute treatment that’s meant to revitalized your vagina. Did you know that the vagina, as we have learned today, The Shmirsky changes as you age, you can get – you know, dryer, it can get darker, it can get loose tone, because they can lose fat, just like you lose fat in the rest of your body, right? Dr. Drew Ordon: And let's talk about the skin. Dr. Ava Shamban: And let's talk about the skin. Because first of all, nobody is to see the skin before, the skin should be covered up. It was a secret, it was a mystery. And so now, all of a sudden, everything is out there. And so all of a sudden, everybody is concerned. The area as we all know is covered with nerve endings, right? Dr. Drew Ordon: Right. Dr. Eva Shamban: It’s covered with nerve endings as we want to be very careful with this very delicate skin. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Okay, so in this facial, let's see what's this facial is about, because it's sounds pretty good. The skin is cleansed with an antibacterial body wash and with hazel. Dr. Drew Ordon: This is how it starts, gets things nice and clean. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Right, and then a papaya based exfoliating gel goes on and then that should help you – before the aesthetician extracts the ingrown hair. Robin McGraw: And so this is papaya. And it's for exfoliating, and you know it's very smooth and it's very, very - -cold. It smells good. And I will tell you this, I've had papaya for breakfast every day for years, did not know I was using on the wrong end. Don’t think I don’t want to have papaya for breakfast but -- Dr. Lisa Masterson: So then we have an anti-freckle or anti-acne or combing mask. Dr. Ava Shamban: This is the mask and this has some ingredients in it, they're moisturizing, because the skin down there gets dry like the skin everywhere. And if when it's dry it's itchy and pealy, and it doesn’t look good. What it is really important about the area is the skin of the labia is very sensitive. So anything that’s put there, you have to be very careful. Otherwise, you’d end up with the wrong result, which is itchy, pealing, flaking, red, not an aphrodisiac. Robin McGraw: This is made just for that area? Dr. Ava Shamban: This is not made specifically for the area, because it has sunscreen in it. Well, I'm thinking about the position you are in, if you're sunbathing naked.

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