Dr Oz: Dandruff Paste Olive Oil + Baking Soda & Vodka Conditioner

By on May 2, 2012

Dr Oz: Solutions to Your Man’s Annoying Habits

Does your husband have a disgusting habit, like drinking out of the milk carton? Doctor Oz says his disgusting habit may be wreaking havoc on your health. Find out which gross habits may be making you sick.

Dr Oz Natural Dentist Antiseptic Mouthwash

Dr Oz gave solutions to your husband's most annoying habits.

Dr Oz: Natural Dentist Antiseptic Mouthwash

The first wife told Dr Oz that her husband clipped his nails and then ate them. (Yuck!) Then he wanted to kiss her. He started doing it years ago and it has gotten so bad, now their kids do it too. She wanted to know if this was harmful to her.

Answer: Yes! (Even if it wasn’t harmful, it was disgusting!)

Dr Oz says he can spread infection by doing this. If he must nibble on his toenails, Doctor Oz suggested chewing gum afterward or use the Natural Dentist Antiseptic Mouthwash to clean the mouth.

Dr Oz: Manjunk Body Wash

One wife told Dr Oz that after her husband got all sweaty and dirty while playing basketball, he would come inside and try to go to sleep. She wanted to know if this was bad for her health?

Answer: Yes! Doctor Oz say skin infections (jock itch) are common and can easily be transferred. Eight million of us have fungal infections. (In case that point didn’t hit home, Dr Oz showed an image of a woman with jock itch on her groin area. It wasn’t pretty, folks!)

Dr Oz: Borax for Dirty Clothes

One wife told Dr Oz that her husband left his dirty clothes all over the house, most specifically, he left his dirty socks on the kitchen floor. Could this be bad for her health?

Answer: No! Dr Oz says as long as dirty underwear aren’t on the kitchen counter, you should be good. Dirty socks on the ground contain everyday bacteria. Unless your immune system is compromised, this is okay. Use Borax to clean your countertops. Place ½ C of Borax into a gallon of water.

Dr Oz also gave 3 ways to beat embarrassing body issues which included;

Dr Oz: Anti-Dandruff Paste Remedy

To help get rid of the flaky, white stuff, mix 2 Tbsp olive oil and 2 Tbsp baking soda to make a paste. Place paste all over the scalp and let sit on hair for 10 minutes while you shower. Then rinse.

Dr Oz: Pimple Toothpaste Remedy

Apply a non-gel, non-whitening toothpaste onto the pimple with a cotton swab and let sit overnight. This reduces the inflammation.

Dr Oz: Dry Hair Tonic Alcohol Conditioner

For dry, frizzy hair, use a shot of alcohol (like vodka) and add it to your conditioner. Add a few drops of your favorite essential oil and wash. The vodka acts as an astringent.

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