OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson demonstrates a home remedy to help dry winter skin.
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Special Mittens for Dry Skin in Winter Dr. Lisa Masterson: And you talked about the paraffin that you can do at the spa which I love. It’s nice and warm but there’s something you can do at home. There is this special mitts called meltology mitts and if you could assist me sir. Dr. Travis Stork: I’m happy too. Dr. Lisa Masterson: There you go so you can do this right at home. And what you do is you take some water and they have this built-in cup here that measures for you. Dr. Drew Ordon: I've had this done at the spa. It's cool. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yeah, and it’s just like— Dr. Travis Stork: It’s just like the hot mix, is it right? Dr. Drew Ordon: To put moisture and salt are good for arthritis. Dr. Jim Sears: Yes. Dr. Lisa Masterson: You fill till the line and then you put it in the meltology mitts and this is just going to be just like the spa and then you put this separate little mitt on your hand and Jim if you could do that, that will be great. Dr. Travis Stork: So is this the same too if you will just show us. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Yeah, but it’s a little bit different because this has all natural minerals, black lava is in there. And this must be feeling nice and cozy. Dr. Jim Sears: Boy, it’s so cold, that’s warm. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Kelp shea butter, it makes them nice and soft. Dr. Drew Ordon: And that feels good Jim. Dr. Lisa Masterson: You leave it in there for 30 minutes and the — Dr. Jim Sears: Maybe the other one too. This does feel good. Dr. Drew Ordon: We’ll do that for your feet too Jim. Dr. Lisa Masterson: You can do it for your feet as well.

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