Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are celebrating their second wedding anniversary, and the two of them together are just so fabulous and beautiful that it can make the rest of us mere mortals wonder if there is a point to getting out of bed in the morning.
Of course, Aniston and Theroux work hard at maintaining their good looks, and in a new interview the 48-year-old “Friends” legend graces us with some of their beauty secrets. For herself, the Aveeno spokesperson told Refinery 29, her tips include regular face masks and using lots of moisturizer — spiked with aloe vera from her own garden — after sunbathing.
As for Theroux — he of the dark, sensitive eyebrows and chiseled physique — the 46-year-old “Leftovers” star raids Aniston’s beauty stash for products.
“He steals my shampoo, my hair paste… Whatever product I put on my face, he just does the same for him,” she said. “You know, he likes to dabble.”
The actress then reveals a practice of Theroux’s that is particularly pleasing to her: “He kind of manscapes [laughs], which I actually enjoy. I enjoy a nicely manscape-d partner.”
So, it seems that Aniston is talking about what we think she’s talking about: keeping things trimmed down there.
But it makes sense that manscaping would be a part of Theroux’s beauty regimen, giving all those nice scenes he did in the “The Leftovers” in which he removed various articles of clothing. It’s also refreshing to hear about a man subjecting himself to this kind of discomfort for the sake of looking fashionably groomed.
But if other men are considering going this route, they should first check out this article in Men’s Health, which offers tips on how to safely manscape. The article cites a study in the Journal Urology that says that manscaping-related injuries — cuts, rashes, scrapes and abscesses — spiked 5-fold over an eight-year period.
The tips include using the right tools, taking a hot shower first and using lots of moisturizer afterwards. As Aniston indicated, she’s got Theroux’s moisturizer needs covered.
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