Find out how you can get luscious lips without injections.
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Fuller Lips without Injections Dr. Travis Stork: It’s all about the biggest health trends today and this next one is a beauty product that promises fuller lips without surgery. Dr. Drew Ordon: Are you ready for this Travis? Dr. Jim Sears: You got things or nothing. Dr. Drew Ordon: This is the luscious lip pump. And you know you’re right! Injections aren’t for everybody and injections on your lips can get expensive so this is an alternative way of doing this and it works on a pumping principle. And we put to your mouth and you pump it three times over 20 seconds. And what you're doing is just drawing fluid, swelling into you lips. Dr. Travis Stork: So it’s a great device. We actually have a viewer Debbie who is willing to try anything to plump up her lips. She agreed to put this to the test. Debbie: Alright guys, here it goes. Not yet. Here we are. You know, it feels really funky. It feels like it’s pulling your extra lips. When I found this that I really need to get a good seal and it feels like you have fish lips on the side. It doesn’t matter at all. It just looks like this. Dr. Travis Stork: Debbie is here, welcome. So can we just call you luscious lips now? Debbie: You know it really works. I can feel the difference on my teeth — my lips against my teeth. And the color of my lips is actually darker now and it’s really only been a few days. Dr. Travis Stork: That’s not a bruise I hope. Debbie: No. It’s not that part of a section. It’s just more of a steady section kind of like putting a vaccum pulling your mouth. Dr. Drew Ordon: But did you feel a little silly doing this? Debbie: Very silly. Is it — I saw many of my kids are cracking out. Dr. Drew Ordon: And then all fairness, she do need to do this like for 10 to 14 days to— Debbie: In all fairness, yes. And I would put it in my morning and evening ritual just to kind of keep it up. It seemed to have lasted most of the day. I'm digging it because it— Dr. Travis Stork: I’m assuming you do it by yourself if you’re not on the bus. Dr. Drew Ordon: Well you know, I think we need to try this thing out. Dr. Travis Stork: Well, I think so. Dr. Drew Ordon: Jim you got it all going on but you know a little swollen lips— Dr. Jim Sears: I always thought I could use a little pumper. Dr. Drew Ordon: It will make you look a little like Mickey Ward with this. Debby: Let’s just know. Make sure you have the seal real good. Dr. Drew Ordon: You got a good seal, right? Debbie: Yeah. No put it in the edges. Dr. Jim Sears: It’s weird. It’s really weird here. I was trying to talk but you can’t talk while you’re doing it. Dr. Drew Ordon: Luscious lips coming Jim. Dr. Travis Stork: Jim, you got to pump it a few more times. Dr. Jim Sears: You just pull it out and hold it right? Debbie: Correct, yes. Twenty seconds— Dr. Lisa Masterson: Is there any downside to this like could you break capillaries or something? Dr. Drew Ordon: It generates something and such a — but technically if you did it too much, too long, too hard it could get — Dr. Jim Sears: Alright, anything else? Dr. Drew Ordon: You got it red line in there. Dr. Jim Sears: Do I have a big hickey on my mouth now? Dr. Drew Ordon: Well that’s what I call luscious lips.

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