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gimelstob looks great!

federated
08-29-2007, 02:02 AM
Wow, he looks really good and his skin looks amazing! I want to know whatever exercise/diet regimen he's on.

Burrow
08-29-2007, 02:03 AM
Sunbathing

Forehander
08-29-2007, 02:05 AM
lol. Think he lives around the beach side area of the states such as Florida no? Sun + seawater + sea breeze + sweat = extremely healthy complexion of the skin.

GlennMirnyi
08-29-2007, 02:12 AM
lol. Think he lives around the beach side area of the states such as Florida no? Sun + seawater + sea breeze + sweat = extremely healthy complexion of the skin.

You gotta be joking. Sunbathing makes the skin a lot older than it really is.

Beforehand
08-29-2007, 02:14 AM
You gotta be joking. Sunbathing makes the skin a lot older than it really is.

:rolls:

Gustavo. :worship:

ReturnWinner
08-29-2007, 02:18 AM
yes that is true,UltraViolete rays damage skin cells
You gotta be joking. Sunbathing makes the skin a lot older than it really is.

Burrow
08-29-2007, 02:21 AM
But it makes you look better having a nice tan.

GlennMirnyi
08-29-2007, 02:25 AM
But it makes you look better having a nice tan.

Better in whose taste? I hate tanning.

MisterQ
08-29-2007, 02:28 AM
On a more superficial note, he's volleying well too!

GlennMirnyi
08-29-2007, 02:30 AM
On a more superficial note, he's volleying well too!

It's too easy. Roddick never lobs him, so he closes up a lot at the net, making volleying easy.

Forehander
08-29-2007, 02:34 AM
You gotta be joking. Sunbathing makes the skin a lot older than it really is.

Dear Federated:

sunbathing itself can make your skin alot older than it really is but not really when it's combined with the sea breeze, sea salt, water and sweat dermotologically speaking. However Glenn to a certain degree is very correct. In order to achieve great complexion though, more has gotta be done and must be done within 2-5 hours after drowning urself in the sun, and that is WASH. Everytime after you sunbath and dip yourself into the sea you need to go home and wash urself thoroughly with neutralizing PH soaps or possibly even moisturizing soaps. Use face scrub also to wash off all dead skin as the sun may have damaged a large amount of skin cells causing it to make u look old and wrinkled. After the shower use cold water to close off the pores and then apply toner(bonus) and moisturizers. I study in hair, beauty, fashion and arts institute currently, and the product we use for beauty practical classes are the cosmetic brand named Thalgo, which is a product made from marine Algae (highly recommended). Go to the website to check it out. If you reckon the price though is too high, then I would recommend you to use Mineral treatment such as Dead Sea Products as the minerals really really help and I have found it to be the best through experiments on friends and relatives.

Do not trust rubbish such as l'oreal or possibly as a rule of thumb any brand that advertise themselves on the TV intensively. Go confirm urself with a beautician who is dermatologically trained to ask for a product. If they ask you for money just for that then just say **** you and go to another.

GlennMirnyi
08-29-2007, 02:39 AM
sunbathing itself can make your skin alot older than it really is but not really when it's combined with the sea breeze, sea salt, water and sweat dermotologically speaking. However Glenn, to a certain degree you're very correct. In order to achieve great complexion though, more has gotta be done and must be done within 2-5 hours after drowning urself in the sun, and that is WASH. Everytime after you sunbath and dip yourself into the sea you need to go home and wash urself thoroughly with neutralizing PH soaps or possibly even moisturizing soaps. Use face scrub also to wash off all dead skin as the sun may have damaged a large amount of skin cells causing it to make u look old and wrinkled. After the shower use cold water to close off the pores and then apply toner(bonus) and moisturizers. I study in hair, beauty, fashion and arts institute currently, and the product we use for beauty practical classes are the cosmetic brand named Thalgo, which is a product made from marine Algae (highly recommended). Go to the website to check it out. If you reckon the price though is too high, then I would recommend you to use Mineral treatment such as Dead Sea Products as the minerals really really help and I have found it to be the best through experiments on friends and relatives.

:haha: damn, that's too much dhermatology for me.

I hate sunbathing mate, but I guess someone will like those tips. ;)

darnyelb
08-29-2007, 02:44 AM
I think he plays tennis to get his exercise in. Just a rumor I heard.

BlakeorHenman
08-29-2007, 02:46 AM
Dear Federated:

sunbathing itself can make your skin alot older than it really is but not really when it's combined with the sea breeze, sea salt, water and sweat dermotologically speaking. However Glenn to a certain degree is very correct. In order to achieve great complexion though, more has gotta be done and must be done within 2-5 hours after drowning urself in the sun, and that is WASH. Everytime after you sunbath and dip yourself into the sea you need to go home and wash urself thoroughly with neutralizing PH soaps or possibly even moisturizing soaps. Use face scrub also to wash off all dead skin as the sun may have damaged a large amount of skin cells causing it to make u look old and wrinkled. After the shower use cold water to close off the pores and then apply toner(bonus) and moisturizers. I study in hair, beauty, fashion and arts institute currently, and the product we use for beauty practical classes are the cosmetic brand named Thalgo, which is a product made from marine Algae (highly recommended). Go to the website to check it out. If you reckon the price though is too high, then I would recommend you to use Mineral treatment such as Dead Sea Products as the minerals really really help and I have found it to be the best through experiments on friends and relatives.

Do not trust rubbish such as l'oreal or possibly as a rule of thumb any brand that advertise themselves on the TV intensively. Go confirm urself with a beautician who is dermatologically trained to ask for a product. If they ask you for money just for that then just say **** you and go to another.

Goddamned Post of the Year. Could we have that as a year-end poll?

buddyholly
08-29-2007, 03:46 AM
On a more superficial note, he's volleying well too!:topic:

savesthedizzle
08-29-2007, 03:50 AM
People always harass me at the mall to let them do a test of their Dead Sea products on me. They're really annoying :p

buddyholly
08-29-2007, 03:51 AM
Wow, he looks really good and his skin looks amazing! I want to know whatever exercise/diet regimen he's on.

Actually his face looked like he had an overdose of BOTOX and then did a tour of Chernobyl (perhaps to visit the Sharapova birthplace museum).
Then again, I may need to adjust my colour and brightness controls.

Clara Bow
08-29-2007, 04:10 AM
ctually his face looked like he had an overdose of BOTOX

Nah- that was Jimmy Connors in the stands. He looks like he has had Faye Dunnaway levels of work on his face- very scary.

Sparko1030
08-29-2007, 04:51 AM
:haha: I checked this thread out thinking it was about how Justin was playing-silly me! (btw, yes tanning does age the skin faster but its not like the effect is immeadiate. Tans ususally look good in the short term and you start seeing the damage a little later in life ;) ) )

Forehander
08-29-2007, 11:14 AM
People always harass me at the mall to let them do a test of their Dead Sea products on me. They're really annoying :p

Same with over here haha it does get very annoying. There are even telemarketers trying to sell the product but there is only one type I (and alot of professionals) recommend. However I do not know the name, I'll find out for you later Federated when I get to school.

buddyholly
08-29-2007, 01:20 PM
People always harass me at the mall to let them do a test of their Dead Sea products on me. They're really annoying :p

How could anyone be stupid enough to name a skin rejuvenation product ''Dead Sea?''

buddyholly
08-29-2007, 01:22 PM
Nah- that was Jimmy Connors in the stands. He looks like he has had Faye Dunnaway levels of work on his face- very scary.

Awwww. I think that is just hamburger grease in his cheeks. He's earned it.

Burrow
08-29-2007, 01:37 PM
Better in whose taste? I hate tanning.

You can look like a pale prick all you want then. Live in Brasil and walk around white? :haha:

Mug.

ReturnWinner
08-29-2007, 01:43 PM
taking a sunbathe is a good thing but with moderation,not abusing of it, and using suntan lotion, its recomondable to take sunbathes about from 8 am to 11 am Where ultraviolete rays are not so strong :)

Forehander
08-29-2007, 02:12 PM
You can look like a pale prick all you want then. Live in Brasil and walk around white? :haha:

Mug.

haha :haha: i've never been to brazil, only seen on TV where they boast about their hot girls and how tanned everybody is. But maybe not everybody in brasil is tanned dunno :P I gottta admit it's unheard of lol.

Nathaliia
08-29-2007, 02:28 PM
Gustavo is hot even when not tanned.

martine2
08-29-2007, 04:12 PM
Gustavo is hot even when not tanned.

:aplot: :aplot:

I don't know, but I agree with what he's saying....

cobalt60
08-29-2007, 04:41 PM
No such thing as a healthy tan or healthy sunbathing, period.

stop making sense .....................please:p

Fee
08-29-2007, 04:57 PM
Dear Federated:

sunbathing itself can make your skin alot older than it really is but not really when it's combined with the sea breeze, sea salt, water and sweat dermotologically speaking. However Glenn to a certain degree is very correct. In order to achieve great complexion though, more has gotta be done and must be done within 2-5 hours after drowning urself in the sun, and that is WASH. Everytime after you sunbath and dip yourself into the sea you need to go home and wash urself thoroughly with neutralizing PH soaps or possibly even moisturizing soaps. Use face scrub also to wash off all dead skin as the sun may have damaged a large amount of skin cells causing it to make u look old and wrinkled. After the shower use cold water to close off the pores and then apply toner(bonus) and moisturizers. I study in hair, beauty, fashion and arts institute currently, and the product we use for beauty practical classes are the cosmetic brand named Thalgo, which is a product made from marine Algae (highly recommended). Go to the website to check it out. If you reckon the price though is too high, then I would recommend you to use Mineral treatment such as Dead Sea Products as the minerals really really help and I have found it to be the best through experiments on friends and relatives.

Do not trust rubbish such as l'oreal or possibly as a rule of thumb any brand that advertise themselves on the TV intensively. Go confirm urself with a beautician who is dermatologically trained to ask for a product. If they ask you for money just for that then just say **** you and go to another.

This is some of the worst skin care mythology I have ever seen.

taking a sunbathe is a good thing but with moderation,not abusing of it, and using suntan lotion, its recomondable to take sunbathes about from 8 am to 11 am Where ultraviolete rays are not so strong :)

No, sunbathing is never a good thing. Humans need 15 minutes a day (on average) to process Vitamin D. Anything over that begins to damage your skin, and not just the superficial layers.

No such thing as a healthy tan or healthy sunbathing, period.

Word. :)

stop making sense .....................please:p

Yeah... what can you do. ;)

shotgun
08-29-2007, 10:09 PM
You can look like a pale prick all you want then. Live in Brasil and walk around white? :haha:

Mug.

:haha:

You've gotta consider he's from Porto Alegre, where tans aren't as valued as they're in Rio or in the North. ;)