Saturday, August 15, 2009
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Guys . . . if you’ve allowed your body to become "soft" (ugh) then I’ve got just the thing for you... it’s called “men’s shapewear” and, it’s the hottest trend in men’s fashion. You can call it compression dressing, shapewear, a girdle or even a mirdle ... but don't call it uncool!
The "mirdle" is for the man who has a little too much paunch or flab (paunch sounds nicer). In a land where metrosexuals reign, department stores are rolling out men's shapewear, moisturizers and underwear to a male market who is hungry to look great. Men’s shapewear is clothing that looks like a regular tank top, T-shirt, or long-sleeved T-shirt — only shrunk down two or three sizes in a special blend of Spandex, nylon and polyester. And, it works like a girdle. And there’s even men’s shapewear that emphasizes the pecs and makes the abs look much more toned than they actually are.
Men's shapewear looks great under a tux, a suit or form fitting outfit. Think about it, women have been doing it for years! If you guys out there decide to give shapewear a try, you can always say you broke a rib and are forced to wear “support.” Available at Ardyss.
Young Males Picture from Deluded Diva
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Recover your body shape.
- If you have a grandmother over 60 ... chances are she told you that when she had your mother she wore a girdle to get back in shape .... and you probably laughed. But it's true; she probably did .. and it works. Today's shapers are more comfortable than grandma's girdle because they are made of better material and are more lightweight.
This garment is designed to smooth the appearance of the lower abdomen often desired after childbirth.
Helps with a speedy recovery after childbirth by encouraging the internal organs to reposition themselves into their proper location.
Compresses the uterus encouraging the easier expulsion of clots. Helps prevent hemorrhages and provides proper support so you can be fully mobile in caring for your baby.
Assists the muscles of the abdomen and the back.
Available at Ardyss.
Thursday, August 6, 2009
-- Alan Kent
A woman had to put aside a minute or 2 during the morning and evening. Warm and cold water were needed .... and Camay Soap! If the soap had another brand name, it was simply the WRONG soap!
First, the woman had to buy 3 cakes of Camay at her favorite store. That evening, she used a Camay cake and worked the soap’s lather onto the complexion. In the process, the woman paid closer attention to the nose, under the nostrils, and on the chin. Once the lathering was completed, the woman rinsed her face with warm water and then splashed with cold water for an extra 30 seconds--- then pat dry with a towel. Then go to sleep. While she was sleeping, the woman’s complexion was doing some good things. The tiny pores were functioning with her natural beauty.
When it was time to get up, the woman had to perform the morning version of the Camay Mild-Soap Diet. Simply put, it was a repeat of the nighttime session. This was done for 30 days. The ad implied to use Camay and only Camay--- don’t allow any other soap brand to touch the complexion. That in its entirety was the Camay Mild-Soap Diet.
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