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Posted - 07/25/2016 :  04:15:41 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hey everyone, me and my partner are very new to the Nudist scene and we've only had one experience so far where we've actually gone the whole hog and stripped-off in public. My partner has always been pretty laid-back when it comes to going topless on the beach and she's always been one for walking around the home stark naked. It was easy for her to make the transition but for me, it was a bit harder. Whether its because I'm a man and I have those in-built insecurities about my male parts, or whether I just lacked a bit of self-confidence because I'm not in the shape I was a few years ago, I'm not sure, probably a bit of both. Anyway, we finally did it and went to a naturist park when we were visiting Florida. We went to - - Tampa and it was a great experience once I'd got over that initially half an hour or so. I got chatting to other couples there and that really helped too.

Anyway, that's how we got into it. I actually had a question that my partner wanted to ask about the best UV protectors on the market as she suffered last time out, especially due to the fact that she has problems with a skin disease called rosacea. I personally got a bit burned to, especially on those parts that had never really seen the sun before. We used some general sun protection that we bought from Walmart but that didn't seem to do much good for either of us. I was wondering if there are any rosacea sufferers here and if so, what would you recommend? We were suggested to by a friend to look at SkinCeuticals range of products so maybe someone has an experience with this particular line. My partner is more keen on natural products rather than these that have a whole list of chemicals in them that she doesn't understand. She's been looking at USA online classified ads for some bargains on natural UV protectors ( so she can try a few different ones out to see how they work and react with her skin. Thanks

Edited by - iiioffbuddy on 07/28/2016 06:27:45 AM

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