I’m a ‘Beast’ – Hollywood Frog

Cameron Diaz has long since surpassed Hollywood’s beauty standards, sharing how she has a more natural routine without the many skin care steps.

Cameron Diaz He is as brilliant as ever, but he has proudly surpassed many Hollywood standards. During an interview with Michelle Vijay On her new BBC podcast Breaking the rulesCameron has revealed that she has “never” washed her face, despite owning “Arab” personal care products.

The 49-year-old, who has reportedly turned down offers for nearly $ 100 million in films in recent years, said, “I am totally a victim of all the social motives and exploitation that women are subjected to.” “I bought them all myself at certain times.” In addition, Cameron called Hollywood “such a trap” and appeared to have no regrets.

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz (Andre Beda / Shutterstock).

“It’s hard not to, it’s hard not to look at yourself and judge yourself against other signs of beauty.” Holiday The actress shared. “[A]And I think that’s one of the biggest things, the girl of the last eight years… I’m like a wild animal, I’m like a wild animal, I’m an animal! ”

Cameron noted that after all, she doesn’t care much anymore – and this in itself has been particularly liberating. “Literally the last thing I think about on a daily basis… like maybe not at all during the day, is what I see,” he revealed.

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz

The Charlie’s Angels The actress, who is married to a good Charlotte musician Benji Madden, 42, shared that she finally washed her face “twice a month” for good measure. “I’ll be like, ‘Oh, I’ll make it better. Works once, okay? ‘ Is this all I have to do? I’m not at the moment where I put any energy, “she shared, adding that her main priority now is to stay” strong “and take the best care of her body as much as she can.

In addition to being away from Tinsel Town, Cameron also co-founded his own wine label, Evelyn, with his friend. Catherine Power. The wines under his label are made with all organic grapes, which are free from sugars and dyes, and are vegetarian-friendly.

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