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"alison breaches" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

08:23 min | 6 months ago

"alison breaches" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Presenting your teeth in your face. I'm sorry human nature is sexist and superficial and went to tell you if i have zipped here even if you can't see it it's all fucking thinking about its we are wired that way and also we are wired to be obsessed with it because you know in tribal time that was infection were wired to get the infection ejected out of our bodies so when i see is at another person i'm like oh god i gotta get it to begin to get it again and they just needed So that is We actually made a movie about this. About how the picking we actually wired to get serotonin from it mentioned race here. That king of skin care. I know we need to get benton automatically. Shout to your movie. The female brain which is so good and excellent. People are watching it. Now i'm like. Oh god should now. It's getting big and sorry. The thing is with the oil is putting oil on. Your skin does not make your skin if you have oily skin. It doesn't mean you can't put oil on your skin. A lot of people wanna do these like oil free foundations which is just going to actually A trains your All what are they call. Not ducks glare glands. Actually they produce less oil so i stopped getting acne. The more i do acting twice. So if there's any doctors are dermatologists scientists watching the show feel free to Debunk me Which is that. After that i oiled my face constantly in it stopped producing so much oil. Didn't have to. It's a huge thing when you have acne to you. Don't wanna moisturizer that you wanna keep you think that you want your skin to be dry as possible. but that's like very important for people with acne moisture. Is it makes your acne so much better when you use the right moisturizer deem oil patients cord topical cortisone prescription cortisone cream. It's two percent when i'm like it's something like it's your wedding day or fucking engagement party or whatever there's also cortisone shots which i recommend if it's your wedding day or your big presentation or a statistic thing that's going to distract you but over time cortisone is actually not good for you and if someone does it wrong you can actually get an invitation which has happened many times saying so. Do it like when you have to do it. Really early. In the pimple life cycle. If you do it too late you get the scar. I'd like a really deep when coming up right here and it's just like i'm just gonna let it do its thing it's not noticeable in. Yeah of course. Yeah where do we stand on. Are you in the zits sticker pimple patch universe known alison breaches told me. She swears by those i. Don't this is fucked up also on birth control. I don't really get. I mean the masks. Like i thought i was getting Acne from the mass. I don't really breakout anymore. i do. I don't have my period. Because his birth control. But i started getting it hormone leo my chin and since we're now zooming and stuff no one can see anything and you have a mask cover it like. I think that we're just in this like for the next six months. We kind of have a pass like reset your. I'm just trying to like not wear makeup all day. I'm trying to like. I'll do like for zuma this. I'll do like lip. Liner blushed. I but nothing on my skin. Skin except sunscreen or tinted sunscreen. Shin question. i'm getting. I'm like okay. I wanna be anti ag a little bit and get serious about it. Where do you stand on retinol. You know. I mean. Benson swears by personally. Because i've put my skin through so much trauma with tanning beds. It's going to be specific to everybody. Everybody's skin is different. It's like saying where do you stand on red wine. It's like some people gotta hang over. Some people have had eggs. Some people won't some people get addicted. Some people don't it's just like there's no you can't throw a blanket statement about what works for to be clear. If whitney cummings says she likes red wine i will start drinking it. So let's just also live in. That reality had a fair. Share that in utero. I have done so much damage to my skin. whether it's like eating disorders dehydrating myself sun damage. I did tanning beds. I mean i used to do like twice a day. Tanning beds skin poisoning. I like when i came out. to ucla and a summer theater program parameters like seventeen. I had Voyles on a hands from. Because i would drive every day Going home from school in washington. Dc and at every day at four o'clock that some would hit my hands. I just didn't know. I was like screaming like joan osborne song and lauryn hill and i didn't know one told us like we used to put on Go out in the sun maybe oil. Yeah in tin foil like we like that was so i of if you're twenty two and you're listening to this. It's different than if you have a you know if you're grew up in phoenix. And you never use sunscreen like i. Don't you know right now. I think there's a lot of different iterations of it. I think there's a lot of different potencies and what loses phones. My whole thing with vitamin c is like if it's soon as you open. It's the activated. Like i just. I think a lot of this. I keep my sinker hair in the fridge But i think a lot of it is bake And i do not do retinal just as a personal preference. Because i just don't i do the mitts so i can show them to you. I do the Scrubbed meddling in the foliage eating. And then i do dermot rolling with the tiny needles every other day and then so that your skin connect you can actually absorb it because there's so many skin cells that's what works for me and then i put my product on so if retinal works for you great. I just can't recommend one. I don't know how to use it now. I've seen you use those mitts. Literally seen you like in the bathtub. Put them on. Yup are those. You're doing those on your face as well. I'll do just like a my face and lips not around my eyes ever ever ever. Okay lymphatic drainage. I do it all over my body and it's kind of as needed They're super cheap. Right adult dollar unit like fifty of them all due up always like around the lips you know like and people also forget like what germany role so little dermot roller here. Which is like everyone's gotta be. You gotta clean it. You gotta make sure. I'd be the alcohol on it every couple of weeks or like. Get a new one or like four dollars. He's a sell out. And i'm looking at the Also go over your eyebrow always people forget your eyebrows skin and then over your lips always and people forget to put sunscreen on their lips. True i gotta know. Got up so many questions i know and i'm like looking at all my shit. Show us what sunscreen. What's your go-to sunscreen. Everything it's a i. I do feel like knowing whitney. She uses everything. I use everything. Everything that i alternate. Because it's like your skin gets used to something and there's like something smell something and you go through a bad breakup and every time you smell it. It's gonna remind you about persons you need to change. Like i love the moroccan oil smell. And then i had a tragedy and i was in every time i smell. It takes him back there. So then i can alternate And then you know I like to experiment and try. New stuff and smell is really important to me. I'm super emotional. So i looked play around right now. Whitney are you know you don't have an actual skin-care fridge in your bathroom. Have saved gear in your downstairs. Fridge.

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"alison breaches" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"alison breaches" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"The cold air makes you turn up the heat in this great. I think about that like when you think back to joke. She used to tell on the playground and like elementary smelling. Most were probably racist like it was like. Here's a joke about another. Yeah I remember that like all the jokes you would hear like on the playground. We're always like now terribly inappropriate. Yeah like my dad had like jokes like my dad had like dirty joke books. You know I definitely remember dirty. Akia George Jokes too. Yeah which was exciting too. Because it's like well you know the word no hint at the word Vagina Vagina with not pro. I don't even know how to save a China and Russia. Actually I remember like the first time I saw a playboy or penthouse or anything. My mom we just somebody to one we always had baskets of magazines next to all the toilets which now living in a house with men. I'm just like they were covered. This like flashback. Of course they always seemed kind of like wet like the Wrigley Pages. Were they Constantly being cycle that new issue there'd be like twenty in their something buddy. My Dad's bathroom. I found one was a penthouse and the page. I opened it to was a woman on the side of the road. Being like a like a close up of her squatting down to P and so. That's what I thought porn was and I was just like no. I don't want it like don't they? This is cool that was shocking. And Yeah that was expected to just see like bubis to open up and be like Oh my God and it was like a close up of her like actual the giant. And I just wasn't prepared for it because I think is in penthouse. Pet House was known as being like the the Raunchy Raunchy. Yeah Yeah Pretty. A safe showing breasts and a lot of giant giant. No you wouldn't see like inside you would never see you would never allow that CASH CIGNA MY president but yeah. I for me was wars like how I got familiar with like the body in the pornographic depiction Because my mom and I went to Moscow and from Siberia but went to Moscow. Where my mom's brother my uncle lived and he had like a fancy live like I dunno like he was one of the former. Sade is benzes in Moscow. At the time he was a fancy guy and then he had to run away from like Russian mob and come to America and then I came here. Yeah so when you came in nineteen okay. Yeah and so I was. We're talking about. I was ten years old. So we found these like porn magazines. Which sounds from your descriptions guys like. It was penthouse magazine so there was a lot of stuff falling out like up genitals say no skin understand under skinned. You're getting the full sense of the Oregon. Yeah yeah in so my mom for some reason she was like hey like like put it away. She was like all right. Let's look at these elections. I think she thought was an educational moment but because she had like. She didn't know fucking business. Doing that. Like fucked me up like old tan old already but like I was the clueless for a but like well but it's like now kids by ten. They probably have seen things online. I did not. This was the first time with my mom. And I'm like I don't like what is she thinks this educational moment for me. She's like well okay. We'll put the fuck like I didn't like it then but I was so shocked that it was like watching looking at this space so shout to my mom for actively fucking me you guys have for like a legit birds obese. Talk or no God no. I don't know anyone who's had like a real like birds and bees talk with their parents. What I remember I remember one. I remember not knowing that you know. Babies came from some Interaction between a man and a woman but not really knowing what it was but feeling like it didn't matter and at one point. I don't know if I really thought this was true. Or if I was joking but I said Yes for man and a woman both put their feet on the ground and say let's have a baby. Whatever needs to be exchanged is transmitted through the floor. With somebody told you that this this must be it and when? I said that out loud to my family. I think my parents were like no. This is what it is and they explain and like once they explain like. Oh yeah that makes perfect sense because I knew what a penis China was. Yeah this earlier. One of my parents weren't So yeah eventually and they just were like no. This is what it is I said. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah that makes that makes more. I was ever limited into what could watch so like. I watch whenever I wanted to R. rated stuff but now when I look back especially like eighties comedy like and you're like Oh that they were having sex. I had no idea so I'd watch like fucking like movies where I would just be like. Oh you just landed each other and like grind people do. I know they're actually fucking in that. I just had no idea like I still think it's crazy. The end of revenge of the NERDS. Have you talked about this? Do you know the end of it. So the guy. The main nerd takes the like hot cheerleader into a fun house. Where he's dressed as darth vader and he goes down on her. She thinks it's her boyfriend. He goes down her. It's so good. Then he comes up and takes off the mask and it's like ha ha it's me and then she's like into it and it's crazy turn like holy shit. There's a lot of those. Yeah it's like Oh my God or like just how much like an eighties comedies. Or like bubis like this girl's run and topless in the background for no reason we keep running into this podcast even like watching movies that people remember being innocent and then we all watch it and people come here and they're like and then they have to give it lower. It was a little racist or watching. Movies is like playing Russian Roulette that way. You don't know when something problematic is gonNA shoot you in the face it's CRA- even like a drop dead gorgeous just got released back on. Hulu and I loved drop. Dead Gorgeous will. Sasso plays a mentally uneasy. Our word retarded. So it's just crazy to be like wait and I think they call him a retard throughout the whole movie like it's just like crazy to be like you couldn't do that now if a mate. If a comedian Jim Carey came out right. Now I'd like to Mentally Handicapped for comedy. Say there was that there was a dodgeball movie. Like called like the ring or something they had like a bunch. It was like it was like. Oh the premises like Johnny Knoxville's pretending that he has some sort of move on but seeming like I remember there's a guy plays like one of the like Mentally Handicapped Dude. I know that dude. I see all the time. He is not mentally incapacitated. Like he's fine. That's crazy that happens even like as recently as a couple of years ago the that movie good time did you guys see that yes. I didn't finish it. I was like relentless. Yeah Robert Patterson is playing this guy. His brother has some sort of mental handicap. It's not really clear. But that is just one of the directors. Yeah just playing that role. And he doesn't ever does he speak much. I think he has a few lines because he's also not in a lot of the movie in the beginning. One of my my best friend in life my wife Jenny Pearson. She brought up this thing that now I see everywhere and she calls it sexy autism and it's like every show now is sexy autism. Show where it's like. Look this doctor. He's autistic but he's solves all the case as look at him. He's just a boy at high school but he's getting laid like it's funny 'cause like sometimes it is meant to be like look at this loving story but it is because he'd be like. Oh for some reason. Autism is the cool thing that we can all like kind of make fun of. I'm insane in more general thing of like mental illnesses. Hot Right now. You know it's just like in a sense of like look you better write it into like any of your pilot or you know what I mean like I mean I guess. It's heartening in the sense that mainstream audiences are more willing to engage with those type of like you know like people who are going to put it on on the air. They Wanna read about it. They WANNA be like yeah like mental illness. Like yeah. That's what. We thought that. This is what we talk about now and you know in some stories are organically happening because of that and some stores are probably gotta add a mental illness. Yeah yeah like just like there's like two things that came out. Recently that have to do is get any of that. I think are really good and one is undone. It's like a show on Amazon. Check it out. I think he pretty Co created it But it's basically like kind of writing a line of like. Is this actually happening? Or does this girl have schizophrenia? And then the exact same premise but just told in a different way is alison breaches rudder on movie called burial or Squirrel Horse. I dug watch it. I have a friend who are friends that apparently there's some some striking similarities to another another and I read about this whole like it's very similar to undone whereas like oh it's the same premise of just like is this real or is this right mind. Yeah I haven't seen it but But it also seems like pretty generic premise. Yeah like me. Like excited was the she wrote it truly based on her she had a schizophrenic grandmother. She never met. Oh okay Yeah there's also there's also been this year to horror movies where like the horror is. A woman might be going crazy. Which is very weird to like for that. To be the thing that is scary in a movie feels exploitative. But you're right it's everywhere you know. I'm laughing at it but again. I come from family with mental illness. I mentioned before my brothers bipolar with psychosis and super bowls. This is a friend and it's like you know so it is interesting to be like but yeah like you're saying it's sex sexy if you put it on TV. And sometimes not every time but someone like Jenny was talking about lake someone who has asperger's and there she was like the problem is like a typical dude with us..

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