(Original post by littleone271)
Well it's nice to appreciate natural beauty and someone can have a beautiful face but you can still see natural beauty when somebody is wearing natural make-up and you just don't see things like uneven skin tone, any odd little spots or blemishes etc.
I'm not attacking anybody I'm just saying that they aren't doing themselves any good by not wearing make-up.
They could use moisturiser with spf in it but that also contains a lot of things that are man made and therefore 'fake' and a lot of young women especially teenage girls don't actually need moisturiser and it will make their faces too oily and shiny.
I also think it helps to have spf in something that you can actually see. If you're having a long day and your make-up starts wearing off in the afternoon then many girls/women would reapply some of it but I don't know anyone who takes face moisturiser with them wherever they go.
There are creams that aren't moisturisers that contain spfs but doing a quick google they all seem to be aimed at a much higher age group and contain anti wrinkle stuff which bumps the price up and isn't at all necessary until you at least hit your 30s. Unless of course you want to wear sun cream on your face every day which seems a little excessive and I think you'd probably end up with a vitamin D deficiency if you did that.
I personally find that foundation protects my skin and that isn't something that I've ever found from any kind of fancy face cream. All of my grans friends who say they've never worn foundation are far more wrinkled than the ones who do, including her. She's 81 and she's been wearing it every day for about 60 years I think and her skin is amazing, she's got hardly any wrinkles at all! Her friend who has just turned 60 was saying she's never worn foundation in her life and that she just wears face creams and she's covered in wrinkles.
My mum and her friend who are around the same age have worn foundation every day since they were about 13/14 and one of their friends whose a bit of a hippy and doesn't bother with it looks far older than them despite being younger.
What I'm trying to say is that pretty much everything we have and do is fake because nearly everything is man made. We weren't biologically designed to wear clothes for instance. Do you think that everybody looks better naked? We weren't biologically designed to live as long as we do and I highly doubt we were ever meant to live in the cold climates that we do. Can you imagine walking around naked in an English winter?
When considering these factors we can't really expect our skin to be amazing just the way it is when we're already defying nature just by living in England to what is now considered a reasonable age. The rest of our body is protected from the elements by clothes yet our faces where our skin is much thinner are always on show. It's common sense and logic to see the benefits of protecting our faces with make-up.