Dr Oz: Best Way to Remove Chin Hair
One of the most embarrassing problems that many women face is unwanted hair. As we age, it seems to pop up in more in more places where we do not want it, especially the upper lip, so Dr. Oz shared the reasons why it happens and what you can do about it.
Dr Oz: How to Shave Your Upper Lip with a Facial Razor
Dr. Oz says that many women get hair on their upper lip, but many make the mistake of plucking the hairs when in reality they should be shaving them. He says you can accomplishment this with a special type of Facial Razor that can be found right at your local drug store for around $2!
Dr Oz: Threading Technique to Remove Chin Hair
The next place where women get the most unwanted hair is on their chin, which can be very frustrating and embarrassing, but Dr. Oz has a surprising solution for you to consider. Have you ever a technique known as Threading? It is basically performed just like it sounds, with a piece of thread that gently plucks the hairs at the roots, leaving you with smoother skin than ever before! The results last for a about a month and costs around $10.
Dr Oz: Is a Mole with Hair Cancerous?
Dr. Oz says the next embarrassing area women complain about hair is when it starts to grow out of a mole. The good news is that if hair is coming out of a mole, then it is probably a “good” mole, so at least you do not have to worry about cancer. Dr. Oz says it is okay to go ahead and use a pair of tweezers to pluck any hairs that emerge from a mole.
Dr Oz: Purple Potatoes Lower Blood Pressure
Dr. Oz says potatoes contain a lot of good health benefits, but today he wants to introduce to one you might not have heard of before. Did you know that purple potatoes can actually lower your blood pressure? Dr. Oz says this is probably due to the dark color, so adding purple potatoes to your diet will not only add a little variety to your meals, but also a few added health benefits.
- Eat 2 cups per week
- Try purple potatoes mashed, roasted, or make a batch of homemade purple potato chips.
Dr Oz: Sitting-Rising Test for Longevity
Dr. Oz says there is a fitness test that every woman should take. It is called the sitting-rising test and it measures the strength of your bones and your muscles as well as your balance.
Start in a standing position. Move to a sitting position (ideally without using your hands). Raise to a standing position (again without using your hands). If you can do this test easily, studies actually show it adds years to your life, but Dr. Oz has also has a move you can do to increase your strength and flexibility. It is called the “Caveman” stance and requires you to stand in a wide low squat with your hands between your knees.
How did you do on the sitting-rising test?