I’m a little spoiled because I have a TV at work. Also, I’m paid to watch television. It’s research! I mean how can I be expected to write about all the latest entertainment gossip if I don’t know that haps? Honestly.
Anyways, my new favorite show is The Doctors. And not just because I want to do Dr. Travis. He’s a hot bitch, but they need to get him some tighter scrubs. Currently it looks like he’s a little kid wearing a Halloween costume. Just let us see the bumps and buldges please.
But that’s not the point. Point is, they teaches me stuff. Lately, they’ve discussed how to guard against wrinkles when you sleep by not laying on your face. Sleep on your back.
The Doctors warn against repetative facial exercises like Facercise. They say facial exercises can actually deepen wrinkles.
BMI (body mass index) calculations were also discussed because BMI does not consider factors such as muscle weight to determine body fat. It’s a good general guideline, but not an exact measurement.
For all you buff studs out there, keep your waistline in check. For men, it should not go over 40″ and for women it should be under 34″.
Today they talked hand care, improving the appearance of skeletal, veiny hands by using a new filler called Radiesse. The $1,500 procedure, which shows results instantly (they performed one live on the show) lasts about two years.
Being very thin, I have Crypt Keeper hands and wouldn’t mind filling them out, but I’m sure as hell not about to spend over a grand to do so.
To avoid “old,” overly-wrinkly hands with sunspots use sunscreen, Glycolic acid to exfoliate and moisturize at night. You can also use the classic Vasoline and cotton gloves while you sleep trick.
The Doctors: It’s my daily addiction!