Recording star Mel B., pediatrician Dr. Cara Natterson, and Entertainment Tonight host Samantha Harris join The Doctors Motherhood Survival Club and discuss the latest in pelvic beauty treatments.
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Pelvic Beauty Treatments with Samantha Harris Dr. Lisa Masterson: This something -- and I don’t know if you girls have tried this or heard about it -- Vajazzling, you probably heard about it because it seems like it’s all the age now. Samantha Harris: No, it’s all new to me. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Not, so putting these little sort of you know, glitter things on your down there region -- Mel B: Put this day on? Dr. Lisa Masterson: Because it’s got a little adhesive. There is also Vattooing -- I like all these names. Samantha Harris: Ouch. Dr. Lisa Masterson: So it’s not like a real -- Samantha Harris: Oh, okay. Dr. Lisa Masterson: It’s not like a real tattoo. It’s a spray-on tattoos, so at least there is that because you know what, tattooing you can get hepatitis and things can spread, so you definitely want to stay away from that especially in that region which is very vascular. Mel B: Does that meant to make you more pretty? Dr. Lisa Masterson: Well, this is the question, is it for him or is it for her? Samantha Harris: I was just wondering why are you working that hard, do you have to work that hard? These are men, men are easy. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yes. Samantha Harris: It doesn’t matter what it look like. It doesn’t matter if they like it on their own, they know they can have access. It doesn’t matter. Yeah, you don’t have to go a big trouble ladies. Dr. Lisa Masterson: I think that’s absolutely true. Mel B: And if you’re going to have that, as well as, “I want to show everyone,” like -- this is going to be wrong, it’s dangerous for me guys. Samantha Harris: Yeah. Dr. Lisa Masterson: But there’s one other thing that you can do down there and this may actually have more of a health benefit. It’s called the vajacial, they’re doing it at these strip-wax bars are called and basically the wax bars. Basically, what they do is they do an exfoliation first and you can get something for either freckles or lighter or toner or moisturizers. And you know, actually, as it get -- there’s age down there. As it does get older -- Mel B: It? I know they are. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yes, it does. Mel B: No. Dr. Lisa Masterson: The skin can get looser and it can loose its -- it’s actually get a deeper color, the color can change as well. So that’s not a bad idea as long as -- again, it could it irritate you, it could be bad. Samantha Harris: Just turn the lights off people, save yourself some time and money.

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