someone take my computer away.
why is this meme real? why did i succumb to this?
Review of the Chicago premiere of Mahler’s Symphony Nº. 5, 1907.
ORZZZZ been neglecting makoharu for a bit…sorryyyy =___= i still love this pairing just…..sousuke has caught my attention for a little while…a haha hahahahahhaha…… =3=
they should be holding hands there, or….mako could be reaching back to fondle haru’s butt *shrug* up to you XDDDDXDXD
Happy B-day Hannnnn! sorry for the lame coloring ( ͡; ͜ʖ ͡; )
by Hajin Bae
NADIA (나디아) - 미스터 Studio Ver.
Original by KARA (카라)
it’s already all over internet but I just wanted to post it myself. This is the alt cover I dit for Thor. First one I ever did fully traditionnally. I was a bit nervous about it ^^
Hello there. Yes, I have definitely used the Aveeno eczema line. I used it a lot in high school especially, and I’ve learned that, for the most part, Aveeno charges way too much for the amount of product you get (The price shift since they began tagging their oatmeal bath with “eczema” a few years back is obviously not just due to inflation). A good alternative is is Curel’s Itch Defense lotion, which is also accepted by the National Eczema Association. It works just as well and you get 20oz for about $9 at the most. I also don’t have the problem with it separating when combined with other lotions like I had with Aveeno. It is safe for facial use as well, though I normally use a Cetaphil or Missha facial lotion in conjunction with an alternating schedule of Bare Minerals Multivitamin/glycolic acid/salicylic acid treatment and retinol/topical anitibiotic treatment for and in prevention of recurring cystic acne (this necessitates the regualr application of facial sunscreen to prevent burning). Curel also makes an Intensive Healing lotion (the purple fonted label) which is accepted I think by the Diabetes Association, but works wonders on extremely dry patches and plaque areas (hence, help for diabetes as well). The Neutrogena Fragrance Free Norwegian Formula hand lotion is good for this as well, but I have a hard time finding the fragrance free version in stores. Also, all of these lotions are very freely given to dermatologists offices as samples (this is how I got to try them without wasting money), so you can always ask your dermatologist if they have any available to try them out.
On the topic of steroids…even with a diligent skin care routine and regular UV treatment, and a proper diet and vitamin supplement routine, I still have occasional flares and plaque on my finger joints, and right knee, which short term steroid application clears up without issue. I do not subscribe to the absolute purging of all topical steroid usage, as the medical community at large still backs topical steroids as one of the trusted methods of treating eczema and skin plaque, and I personally have only ever been worse off without them.
While this is not towards your very kind message Anon, I do receive messages regularly decrying my steroid use and the evils of such medications. And in this case I would like to compare those claims to those that vaccinations have a hand in causing autism. The latter is entirely untrue. In the case of steroids, much of the problem people have with them stems from their misuse. Too much, too often, or not using the product for long enough in a single period to clear the issue, leading to improper long term usage. While some people can get by without the treatments and find OTC solutions, this does not nullify the years of medical research defending their use. Those people that message me with lists of homeopathic solutions and threats about how I’m going to get steroid withdrawal are not doctors, and I am very tired of their messages. The last time someone told me I had steroid withdrawal, I had a staph infection from excess immunodeficiency caused by long term illness, hence their prediction was way off the mark. The fact that the symptoms of the two are similar disgusts me, and makes me realize that these people need to go see real doctors instead of self-diagnosing like a bunch of pretentious idiots.