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Q: My neighbour and I like to finish our morning run with a visit to a rather hip cafe, but I'm always conscious of looking a mess after the exercise. Any tips on looking presentable after a long run? A: You could top your highly obligatory (see question below) sunscreen with a BB cream, which is a natural-looking cross between a moisturiser and a light foundation. It's likely to stay put but still be undetectable. A touch of smudge-proof mascara will go a long way. But an #file_links[D:\keywords11.txt,1,S] ything more is likely to look a bit tragic - except, of course, the judicious use of a good deodorant (see Three of the Best). Q: Is there any specific skincare that runners should use? A: Many runners spend hours exposed to the elements without proper protection for their skin. As well as a lithe body, the result can be wrinkles. In Australia, ''photo ageing'', or sun damage, is one of the most prevalent but preventable external ageing factors. So put simply, use sunscreen. 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A hat and shirt with sleeves and a high neck seem like inexpensive protection too - instead of, say, a crop top . . . Commenter Susan_66 Location Melbourne Date and time July 26, 2013, 10:19AM This could be almost satire. Couldn't give a patooty what I look like after I run - the purpose is to run, not to look picture perfect! I get the whole cafe-after-run aspect, but sheesh, if you're wearing runners and a red face, people aren't going to faint in horror. Even if they did, they need to get over themselves. Be proud you've given your body a workout and have the dishevelled look to show for it!It would be nice if the emphasis was on getting out there and exercising, rather than worrying about how you look doing it... Commenter Siobhan A Location Melbourne Date and time July 26, 2013, 1:20PM Yep. That's the top of my list of concerns after running. But it's good to know that I can now use hyaluronic acid fillers .... 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