By spleg - 16/12/2010 12:06 - United Kingdom
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Most cream moisturizers make it worse, if you're so dry and cracked with peeling or red skin. Using things like Neosporin, Cortizone, and vaseline work wonders. I find that Vaseline works best for me, because it's pure lubrication. No irritating chemicals like creams have.
Most cream moisturizers make it worse, if you're so dry and cracked with peeling or red skin. Using things like Neosporin, Cortizone, and vaseline work wonders. I find that Vaseline works best, because it's pure lubrication. No irritating chemicals like creams have.
Why would they have started using the treatment if the problem had not started? Since they only get it in the winter and not as a constant treatment you would think they wouldn't start using it until the problem had started, since it's caused by the treatment it would never have started in the first place...
docbastard I have the bricks mate, once I've finish, I'll send them to you. noname seems to have an excuse for everything (16, no school ) let me guess what's next, you went to school with her, she's a friend. oh wait, that would contradict your previous statement... hrmmm.
I think it's kinda pointless arguing. Whilst I can't say I approve of people hitting on people over a forum, I'm not sure there's anything against it in the rules, except that it's not 'relevant to original fml'. However, Noname, I don't think it's the fact that you are openly liking girls, but the way (and attitude with which) you're going about it, that people don't approve of.
I have to disagree with Cinn on the first point; sleazy creeping and attempted pick-ups tend to get moderated, sometimes right after you reload the page, sometimes longer, but I don't think I can remember a case recently when it hasn't been. Like I said on an FML yesterday, this isn't eHarmony or Meetic. If you shirtless posers want to try picking up people via the internet, just get on the website and use the PM system, or you'll probably find yourself buried/ridiculed quicker than you can flex those fake abs. If that doesn't bother you, then you're just trolling and should fuck off anyway.
I'm not here to pick up people via the Internet I'm not sure anybody goes on fml for that purpose. however if there's a good looking girl what is wrong with saying something? you try putting people down by assuming things that aren't true. it's not creeping either she put it as her profile picture I saw it. by the way, the abs aren't fake don't get jealous just because you don't have them. go to the gym every now and then and you'd be surprised what you can do!
Jealous? Please mature a little and realise that laughing at posing scene-whores does not equate to barely-concealed jealousy. I think the problem here is you jerking as it were into treating semi-attractive women as objects of critique. That is not sexy, nor is it welcome to any self-respecting individual.
What Kay said. And I don't try to put people down either, not unless they seriously ask for it anyway, what I tend to do is to point out why someone might object to someone else's behaviour/attitude. And yes, technically there is nothing wrong with you complimenting someone, but that's what PMs are for. I know you said you're on a phone or something, but the point still stands. There's also a way of doing it that doesn't make it sound like you're trying to hook-up, ie a way of doing it without being a bit creepy.
Ask your dr about Mupirocin. Its a low steriodal ointment that is fairly multipurpose but he prescribed it for my sons eczema and it really helps his flare ups...
Mupirocin is not a steroid - it's an antibiotic (also known by its trade name "Bactroban") which is used to treat certain bacterial infections, usually MRSA these days. If that helps your son, it's most likely the petroleum jelly in the ointment, not the antibiotic. I would change to either regular petroleum jelly or Aquaphor. Overuse of antibacterials is what is leading to the multi-drug resistant bacteria that are rampant.
The strong creams really should only be used as perscribed by the doctor, for reasons Doc stated. OP, if you really have eczema try a different cream, not all have the same things in, and so some will be fine to use. If it's just dry skin you have, then just protect your hands better during the winter and you shouldn't have such a bad problem.