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The average woman spends 40 minutes washing, drying, and styling her hair every morning but is it necessary? Dr. Oz enlists Buzzfeed's The Test Friends to see what happens when you don’t wash your hair or use dry shampoo for seven days.
Dr. Oz weighs in on daily hair washing and what to do if you have extra dry hair. Then, meet guests Taneka and Jayvon and see why they’re participating in Dr. Oz’s hygiene experiment.
Guest Taneka always washes her jeans after every use but her husband Jayvon hasn’t washed his jeans in two years. See how their jeans fared in Dr. Oz’s big hygiene experiment.
Lexie Sachs, senior textiles analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute, joins Dr. Oz to discuss the concerns behind formaldehyde in wrinkle-free clothing and what you can do to reduce wrinkles in your laundry.
From nail polish stains to burnt pots and pans, find out how you can clean stubborn stains with household items you already have like baking soda, rubbing alcohol, and vinegar.
Blogger Lisa Leslie-Williams demonstrates how to remove scuff marks from leather shoes and sneakers and remove dirt stains from suede shoes in seconds.
Super Bowl champion Steve Weatherford joins Dr. Oz to show the Costanza family how to make one-step tin foil meals that are perfect for a tailgate.
Celebrity chef Carlo Filippone and football star Steve Weatherford demonstrate how to make steak pizzaola, a simple and delicious tin foil meal you can cook in the oven or on the grill.
Psychologist and author Adam Grant discusses how procrastination may help you focus and boost creativity and what you can do to overcome inaction.
Find out the bizarre things people eat to lose weight. Meet a woman who has eaten everything from pencils with erasers, to metal,...