*EDIT* Okay, so some of my editing hadn't been saved, so there was like a section where I say "by everyone" like 4 times, and where I ramble unnecessarily, which is now cut out and the video is much more watchable. Just wanted to let y'all know :)
Hey everyone, well I *finally* got my tutorial filmed - yay!! Sorry it's taken me so long, I hope y'all enjoy it, I know it's kind of choppy and the lighting is crummy, but hey, at least I got it done right? :) Let me know if you like this and if you'd like to see more video tutorials/vlogs! Also, I would really love to hear any suggestions you have for future posts!
This will probably be my last post until late July, because we are going on vacation for 2 weeks on the 1st of july.
If you haven't read my first post on yogurt, I would encourage you to do so! Let's Talk Yogurt
P.S. I forgot to mention it in the video, but someone asked about using honey in the yogurt. Honey is amazing for your skin, but if you are going to use it I would recommend using it as your moisturizer, mixed with almond oil, because honey is a humectant, which means it draws moisture from the air, so I would assume to reap the full benefits of the honey, it should be left on your skin and not washed off, but all that to say, using honey in your yogurt would be fine! :)