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She's so intensively trying to be funny, that it's actually quite sad. Instead of the "motivational speech of the century"-music (seriously wtf is that music in the background ) she should've used this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIuotFZnBtk
I've been a fan of the series since the first game! I've played them all except the 4th game, though.. Somehow Sims4 just doesn't seem.. right, I guess. I guess it's because I had such high expectations on it + I like how in Sims3 you can customize almost anything.
I've battled with acne since I was like, what, 12 years old.. So about 9 years until this day. So yeah, I could say it's become an old acquiantance for me. I could say that the enviroment is a huge factor on it. I live in Finland, in the coast area, where the wind hurts like hell on my face. It also gets so cold, so that's why my skin gets all reddish and "fuck you"-mode. I've also tried to keep an eye on keeping things clean that are on contact with my face (for example phone, hands, scarfes etc..). I've been to the doctors, but personally I don't like the idea of using some pills for these kind of matter. Mostly their side effects are terrible, and they really don't help finding a cure for acne; they just ease down a bit, that's all. I've also tried birth control pills, but they just dried out the whole skin and made my personality resemble a bitch-beast. As for makeup and other beauty products, I try to always buy the products that don't contain alcohol or oils. But at the same time I've tried to take advantage on the much more natural options; coconut oil as a makeup-remover and a intense moisturizing oil (especially great in winter time!), cinnamon mixed with honey is a great mask for drying out zits. All in all I always try to keep my skin well moisturized, because if your skin is oily, it doesn't mean it's dry; it's actually trying desperately to moisturize itself. My acne nowadays isn't as bad as it used to be. It though took quite some time to actually try out different things and find out what's best for your skin. Our bodies are different, so what works for others might not work for you. I hope my text is somehow readible, since english is not my native language, nor do I speak daily. Sowwy.
Where are her cooking-related videos? You know, the vegan-desu-sparkle-juice etc. For once I actually felt like I'd use one of her recipes, but :BAM: all gone (all the other videos were still there, though..)