Well, man, you're not going to want to mix with moisturizer. 2 reasons.
1) Mixing the two together can dilute your SPF.
2) Ingredients in both the moisturizer and SPF might counteract each other.
My verdict (which is to be taken with knowledge that I am NOT a doctor of any kind)? After prepping your face for the day in the morning (showering, shaving, moisturizing...), wait for you skin to dry adequately, then apply your SPF. Not an ungodly amount, but just enough to get across your face and dries. I would suggest between 15 to 30 SPF, but probably 30 SPF for you if you are Ruddy/pale/pinky . Make sure to keep this with you throughout the day. If you are going to be outside for more than 10 minutes, apply some sunscreen, once every 1-2 hours.
Last edited by Hippie Kai Yay; 03-27-2012 at 04:03 PM.
Oliver- WTB Honey Badger Brush, preferably... coarse.