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What's your dry skin remedy?
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curious...


ok I'm done writing my diary today.
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Lotion helps a lot o_O
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Right now I feel like I'm wearing a mask my face is so screwed like one of those horror movies, and I think I have eczema HELP WHAT I DO ABOUT eczema
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I lick myself all over until I am moisturized.
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SoldierSangria wrote:

I lick myself all over until I am moisturized.


I can help you out with that if you'd like
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Unbanned too soon again eh?
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JamesSabs wrote:


SoldierSangria wrote:

I lick myself all over until I am moisturized.


I can help you out with that if you'd like




A teenager from Alberta well I can imagine that lmao jk. I have a good colleague from Alberta he told me a lot of people drink and drive because it takes hours just to get to place to place. He grew up on a farm.
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Unbanned too soon again eh?



you mad?
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I love olive oil for a facial cleanser, never use soap..but eczema is a condition best treated by physician....special products that treat through the layers of your skin..atopic eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis....

have it checked out..it usually starts in childhood though, but dunna listen to elders who suggest rubbing lard-like substance..lol
although, it might just work..

good luck,
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Posted 3/20/14 , edited 3/20/14
Staying hydrated (that's a big one), getting some sunlight, and taking antihistamines keeps my eczema at bay most of the time.

If it's broken out vaseline at night and my prescription hydrocortisone butyrate cream periodically. If it's really really bad (bleeding) I use neosporin a few times in lieu of vaseline to speed up the healing. It sucks if it reaches that point because I can't use the hydrocortisone if it's cracked and bleeding.

Luckily I only get eczema around my eyes, but it can be pretty uncomfortable.
Posted 3/20/14

DeckardXLeah wrote:


justanotherguy_2005 wrote:

Unbanned too soon again eh?



you mad?


Nah. That would just be stupid. I am simply curious as to how many times a person can be banned before it is decided they just shouldn't come back at all. The ban being avoided after that being another issue entirely of course.
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DeckardXLeah wrote:
A teenager from Alberta well I can imagine that lmao jk. I have a good colleague from Alberta he told me a lot of people drink and drive because it takes hours just to get to place to place. He grew up on a farm.


Heh, I live on a farm myself(Rocky Lane to be exact) and I can definitely say there's some truth to that lol
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Moisturiser, exfoliate and drinking water does the trick. Always stay hydrated!!
Posted 3/20/14 , edited 3/20/14

JamesSabs wrote:


SoldierSangria wrote:

I lick myself all over until I am moisturized.


I can help you out with that if you'd like


You're years too young for this woman, kiddo.
Posted 3/20/14
Try Etude House's Moistfull Homme



You just need the mist one really. So buy that one and voila, you'll have the appearance of shine and natural glow.
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