Biel insecure about pimples

Biel insecure about pimples

Jessica Biel is insecure about her looks – especially her “pimples”.

The screen beauty – who is dating Justin Timberlake – insists she suffers from the same self-doubts as every other woman, and even more so when she has an outbreak of zits.

Speaking to Look magazine, Biel – who started working as a model at the age of 12 – explained: “I get pimples on my face because I wear so much make-up and work out a lot, so I sweat.

“If I gain any weight it’s always right around my hips, so that area sometimes bugs me, and I wish my legs were longer. I have the same insecurities as every other person.”

Although she sticks to a strict diet and exercise regime, the ‘A-Team’ actress finds it “difficult” to maintain her trim figure.

Jessica, 28, is happy to admit her toned physique doesn’t come naturally to her and she has to work extremely hard to stay looking good.

She said: “This doesn’t just happen naturally. I eat very well and that means staying away from sugar, coffee, bread, wheat and gluten – all the fun stuff that everyone wants to eat!

“It’s hard and yes, I’m very disciplined. I can keep myself on track for a very long time but I’m not perfect and fall off the wagon every now and again. I try to create a system for myself so that when I’m working I eat well, then I pick a day – maybe Sunday – when I eat whatever I want.”

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