As I’m sure you probably don’t know, I have a not so rare skin condition called eczema and so I have special creams to treat it and prescribed moisturisers to use (I only use prescribed creams because I have ultra sensitive skin)
I don’t think many people know that much about eczema or the creams prescribed for it so I not surprised that I get this all the time:
**A-san: Hey does anyone have cream I can use?
Me: I have cream.
A-san: Okay thank- *hesitates* Wait…
A-san: Is it okay if I use it?
Me: …What do you mean?
A-san: Will it… do anything to me? Since I don’t have eczema…
A-san: Actually, It’s okay; I’ll ask someone else! But thanks anyway! *Walk away*
I’m sorry, but if my cream was dangerous, why would it be prescribed for someone with sensitive skin? (Another time this situation happened the **Ano hito-san told me “I have sensitive skin so I probably shouldn’t use it…” …?) I understand there are some creams that aren’t suitable for… er …non-eczema sufferers, but having this disorder for my whole life, how would I not know which creams are suitable and which are not??? Come on people, I’m not stupid! It’s just a simple moisturiser, not some kind of deadly, killer cream…
…Why am I ranting about cream?
I’ll finish this post on this final note. Most people that have had diagnosed disorders for most of their lives would know a lot about them. More than you’d think.
My fellow eczema sufferers, can you relate?
**A-san → Ano hito → あの人 → That person (Japanese)
~EpicCupcake signing out.