first aid productions

anonymous asked:

If you were to write a list of first aid products, like hydrogen peroxide for example, that all pet owners should have, what would you include? Also I'm not sure if those are personal pictures of Fernbank but if you ever find yourself in Atlanta I would highly recommend going! -Thank you :)

I would start by telling everyone to throw their hydrogen peroxide in the bin.

While hydrogen peroxide has been traditionally used, because it fizzed and looked dramatic and was assumed to be doing something, it actually damages the animal’s tissues and delays healing. Salty water does as good a job at cleaning a wound, but causes no tissue damage.

The first aid kit I would recommend owners have is really basic. The intent of first aid is only to preserve life or prevent further damage until ongoing medical care can be reached. It’s not a substitute for treatment or seeing a vet.

  • Salt, for salty water
  • Iodine (betadine). when diluted to a weak tea color is non-damaging for healing tissues. Diluted more that 1:50 is safe around eyes.
  • A cone (Elizabethan collar)
  • Saline solution for eye irrigation
  • Gauze swabs
  • Co-plus self adherent bandage, or equivalent brand
  • scissors
  • tweezers
  • nail clippers
  • pair of gloves

That’s basically it. Having a towel, blanket, or something on hand for pet transport is advisable too. Many of these things you can find in a human first aid kit.

But please remember a first aid kit is no substitute for seeking veterinary (or medical) attention. I do not want to see things like this happening.

They were my personal photos from Fernbank Natural History Museum. I greatly enjoyed going, and the Autumn forrest there was beautiful too.

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anonymous asked:

yo imma glide straight past those hateful irrelevant anons and ask you what you actually do to keep your skin so clear and beautiful?? like ive got a really similar skin tone to you and your skin is basically goals for me lol youre an awesome photographer as well, your tumblr is one of my faves! 🤓

Hey so I get this question a lot so I figured I’d made a post about it. I struggle with incredibly dry dry drrrrryyyyy skin so I’ve tried every product out there to help but I think I finally found the combination that works for my skin. Keep in mind this mind not work for you! It really all depends on what your skin needs. 

OK so here we go: 

I just found this amazing product. It literally takes allllll of your makeup off so quickly. The eyeliner I use is like glue and is impossible to get off but this stuff is like a magic freakin eraser. 

These are the cleansers I use. I’m obsessed with First Aid Beauty products. I really feel like their line saved my skin. But I like to switch it up sometimes. About 3 times a week I’ll use the cleansing oil as a mask kind of. I put it all over my face and then hold a hot wash cloth up to it for a few minutes. Then I wipe it off and my skin usually feels amazing. I’ll also use the kiehl’s one too sometimes but I’m not a huge fan it sometimes makes my skin feel dry afterwards. 

These are the masks I’ve been using recently. (Like I said I’m obsessed with FAB’s line.) The oatmeal one is a sample size that a friend got me for christmas and I’m so mad because I love it so much and now I have to buy the full size, lol. It’s literally like putting butter on your face. I love it. The peel off is good for just getting all the gross stuff that hides away in your skin. 

And last but not least, moisturizing. I don’t know if the Ultra repair cream is SUPPOSE to be used on your face but I use it because of how dry my face gets and it’s amazing. I use a little bit in the morning and then lay it on pretty thick before I go to bed. It’s magic. I promise. If you have dry skin you have to try this stuff. And sometimes I’ll do a layer of coconut oil, let it dry, and then add the cream. (Also don’t even get me started on coconut oil, i use it for literally everything) 

Things you should donate to food pantries instead of those 5 cans of green beans:

Soap. (Dish, laundry, hand)

Toiletries. (Shampoo, bodywash, toothpaste, toilet paper, paper towels)

Hairbrushes and toothbrushes.

Feminine care products.

First aid products.

Edit: Infant/baby products!

These are all things that people need daily, but can’t get with foodstamps.

Try to avoid donating bread, dried pasta, or produce. A lot of the time, bakeries will donate their day-olds to local food pantries. Same goes for produce from groceries.

Try thinking about donating things beyond the bare necessities too, sometimes it’s nice to get some candy or brownie mix. When you donate these sorts of things you’re guaranteed to be brightening someone’s day.

And by all means, write or call the pantry you want to donate to and ask them what sorts of things they need.