May #59 : Comfort Zone

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Table of Contents

Fitness 2000

Big Trouble

Size Matters

This Little Drug Went To Market

The New Opiate for the Masses

The Attack of the Killer Causes

Editor's Letter

Mailbox

Merging Medicine Chests

Kaiser Rolled

Catching Up With…

Action Jackson

A Great Hydeia

NEG/POS

Deaf Jam

A Signal Man

A Queen Who Cares

Lensing Up

Festival Fare

Mastur Class

Covered Reflections

Paradise Paradigms

Milestones

President Nader

War Paint

Welcome To Conservatism

Put Up Your Nukes

Shelf Life

Time For An E-Full

Work In Progress

Work In Progress

Comfort Zone

Get High on Glutathione

Herb Of The Month

5.2.89: Take Two



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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May 2000

Comfort Zone

It all started with Crixivan. My skin became so raw and dry I looked like a lizard, and I had painful patches on my back, arms and chest. I had trouble sleeping just from touching the pillow. To say my skin was devastated is an understatement. I tried everything—everything—for severely dry skin, but nothing worked. My skin was a constant reminder that I had the virus, and I started hating my drugs so much that I almost went off them.

But when I was in New York City, a friend sent me to the legendary Kiehl’s body-products shop on Third Avenue. After I explained to the salesperson that I was HIV positive and described what had happened to my skin, he tried me out on Creme d’Elegance Repairateur—very smooth, super creamy, with a soft, maizelike color and a pleasant, clean smell. It felt awesome, and within a few weeks my skin was healed! I worship this cream. I’ve given it a special spot in my bathroom, right near my sink, next to my meds. I take my meds, I wash my face, I put on my cream—my little regimen is right there, all together.
Rebekka Armstrong, Los Feliz, CA
www.rebekkaarmstrong.com

Kiehl’s Creme d’Elegance Repairateur, $25.50 per 2 oz.
Available from 800.KIEHLS1.




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