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Perhaps not smearing anything on your face is a better idea? Natural or not, it's still a chemical. It's time people realized that

Yeah I agree but a total of 1 ingredient is way better than 100s of ingredients with names you don't even know!?

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You are missing the point, read the rest of the thread if you would be so kind.

i think you are not getting across effectively. it's important to define exactly what you mean by 'chemicals'. i'm not criticising but it's highly nuanced, ambiguous and easily confusing, this sort of conversation. It's easy to assume that people understand words to have the same meaning as you interpret them when you use them in a particular way, especially in the written word. :)

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OMG!
Someone might put chemicals on their face (which is also made from chemicals).

 

:)

Incidentally, this isn't quite right "that list was to show you all the chemicals that make up a real blueberry.".

The list is only a small fraction of the chemicals that make up the berries.

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OMG!

Someone might put chemicals on their face (which is also made from chemicals).

 

:)

Incidentally, this isn't quite right "that list was to show you all the chemicals that make up a real blueberry.".

The list is only a small fraction of the chemicals that make up the berries.

Yes, that's very likely true.

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This is where the discussion is going: clarifying to the OP their error in what constitutes 'natural' and 'chemical'.

 

Although it wasn't much better when the OP was being advised on whether or not she should even be wearing makeup in the first place. Good thing she came here before completely screwing up her life by making the wrong decision! :eek:

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Although it wasn't much better when the OP was being advised on whether or not she should even be wearing makeup in the first place. Good thing she came here before completely screwing up her life by making the wrong decision! :eek:

Yeah, telling a woman not to put stuff on their face is like... you know what I mean. :)

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But heres what makes mansplaining different: When a man mansplains something to a woman, he interrupts or speaks over her to explain something that she already knows indeed, something in which she may already be an expert on the assumption that he must know more than she does. In many cases, the explanation has to do specifically with things that are unique to women their bodies, their experiences, their lives.[/size]

 

Weve had some high-profile cases of mansplaining in the last year, perhaps most notably in a September episode of [/size]Project Greenlight, when [/size]Matt Damon explained diversity to a black female film producer, Effie Brown.[/size]

https://www.bustle.com/articles/136319-6-subtle-forms-of-mansplaining-that-women-encounter-each-day
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Although it wasn't much better when the OP was being advised on whether or not she should even be wearing makeup in the first place. Good thing she came here before completely screwing up her life by making the wrong decision! :eek:

Who says that the OP - or anyone else involved - is a "she"?

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