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Old 10-21-2009, 03:54 PM   #41
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I do not wear makeup day-to-day and only when it is a special occasion, like a formal dinner out or for pictures.
Freebird, do you wear foundation? I'd like to go without any makeup, especially when I'm at home, but I worry about not having any protection from the sun. I'm outside in the garden quite a bit so I make sure, if nothing else, I wear foundation with SPF. Not sure if it really helps, but I like to think it does.
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Old 10-21-2009, 04:38 PM   #42
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Freebird, do you wear foundation? I'd like to go without any makeup, especially when I'm at home, but I worry about not having any protection from the sun. I'm outside in the garden quite a bit so I make sure, if nothing else, I wear foundation with SPF. Not sure if it really helps, but I like to think it does.
I dislike wearing makeup, and use moisturizers with sunscreen included if I'm going to be in the sun intermittently. Lubriderm makes one that's SPF15, and there are others with similar or lower SPF.
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Freebird, do you wear foundation? I'd like to go without any makeup, especially when I'm at home, but I worry about not having any protection from the sun. I'm outside in the garden quite a bit so I make sure, if nothing else, I wear foundation with SPF. Not sure if it really helps, but I like to think it does.
Nope. I'm olive skinned.
I do put on 50 SPF sport sunscreen and wear a wide brim hat when I am outdoors for long periods, like gardening or out on the boat.
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I'm outside in the garden quite a bit so I make sure, if nothing else, I wear foundation with SPF. Not sure if it really helps, but I like to think it does.

I live in Florida so I wear make up with SPF 15 . When I first moved here I was wearing make up with out it and just going about my chores I got sunburned .
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