Dr Oz: Inverted Nipples, Nipple Bumps, Chin Hair: 50 Embarrassing Questions

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Dr Oz: 50 Embarrassing Questions

Dr Oz set out to answer 50 Embarrassing Questions that many of us face, but often are too shy to discuss.  If you don’t have time to visit the doctor, or are too embarrassed to ask about things like Inverted Nipples, bumps on your nipples, razor burn and chin hair, then here are some quick fixes that you should consider doing on your own.

Dr Oz: Foot Odor Remedy

Dr Oz’ first discussed what to do about bad foot odor.  Are you tired of that embarrassing odor every time you remove your shoes? Keep the smell away by sprinkling baby powder in your shoes to soak up moisture. Baking soda also works (and that is exactly what my grandmother always used on my grandfather’s shoes!).

Dr Oz: Razor Burn Remedy

Doctor Oz next tackled the question of razor burn.  To get rid of razor bumps after shaving ditch that old razor. A dull razor causes bumps and irritation. After each use, be sure to rinse and fully dry your razor as well.

Dr Oz: Chin Hair

Dr Oz spoke about an embarrassing topic for many women – Chin Hair.  Men (and some ladies), can treat unsightly, unwanted hair growth underneath the chin, by grabbing a pair of sterilized tweezers and plucking away. Avoid trauma to the skin by plucking the hair from the root.  Though I have to say, my dermatologist said that shaving Chin Hair is better than plucking because when you pluck the hair out, it makes blood rush to the area.  And often for women, Chin Hair is caused by hormones.  So when the blood rushes to the area, you get a surge of hormones in the area which just makes the hair (and the hair in the area) grow back thicker and stronger.

Comments

  1. Florence says

    Evey store Ive tried so far only seem to sell wider shoes. I have a narrow heel. Is there anything that I can do to the shoes to make them fit? I have tried so many things already.

  2. Juanita Kocanda says

    Recently Dr Oz said that he took this suppliment daily…something acid, and was available at health food stores. What is the supplement. Thank you.

  3. chris says

    Would like some thyroid 101 answers. An endicronoligist put me on low dose synthroid because my tsh levels were a bit off, indicating hypothroidism. However, my family physician said my numbers were too close to normal to be prescribed synthroid…and my blood test did not show that I had thyroid antibodies.
    Thanks for your help!

  4. Mary Wenger says

    Dr Oz,
    You see so much information for people to quit smoking. I was wondering what help is available for people to stop using smokeless tobacco (snuff). My husband has struggled with this for a long time. I have bought the tobacco free snuff but that doesn’t seem to help.
    Thank you,
    Mary

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