85 of the 101 things that Moms with Eczema Child do Differently – March Meals

I'm confessing, it's me the guilty parent! Read the previous 2 cartoons if you're lost!
I’m confessing, it’s me the guilty parent! Read the previous 2 cartoons if you’re lost!

This is the 85th of my “101 Things that Moms with Eczema Child Do Differently“, a tongue-in-cheek look at the many unique situations that we face. For more cartoons, click here to view.

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  1. Hi Tun,

    There is no need to get expensive ones if you can’t afford it 🙂 My baby wears hand-me-down (80% of her clothes) and they are well worn out cotton. As long as the material is cotton, and to be safe, wash in a mild detergent (and if you can’t afford the expensive hypoallergenic ones, just wash it twice). Clothing should be cool, and your baby should be kept cool and fresh. Sweat is a common trigger for eczema flares.

    The other thing is be sure to moisturize her. Again, there’s no need for expensive brands.. Choose one from an established brand, and fragrance-free, preservatives free and dye free for a start. QV (In Singapore) is one of the more affordable established brands.

    Take care and lots of hugs!

  2. Mei,

    I don’t know how to contact you. I’m struggling with my baby’s eczema since she wAs one month. I am from US. Do you know some brands ( inexpensive) for clothing. I don’t work and I can’t afford those famous ones.