For Monthly Expenses, it cost more for…
S$20+ for 2 x S$10+ more for hypoallergenic formula
S$93+ for S$38 for Physiogel AI 50ml, S$34 for Physiogel lotion 200ml and S$21 for QV lotion 500ml
S$30+ for oatmeal bath oil and cradle cap shampoo
S$50+ for higher electricity bill
S$30+ for air-con servicing (S$100/time and servicing every 3 months)
S$30+ for doctor’s consultation and prescription (S$100-S$200/time and appointment every 6 months)
S$253 increase in monthly budget!
This is the fourth 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.
4 replies on “4 of the 101 things that Moms with Eczema Child do Differently – Budgeting”
Have you tried Physiogel Shampoo and Physiogel Shower Cream? I was looking for reviews for this product (almost none) when I stumbled on your blog.
Hi! I’ve used Physiogel shower, occasionally for my gal when we’re on holiday. And also for her to use in school. So far so good, no rashes/ discomfort after. Haven’t tried Physiogel Shampoo, tried QV for my gal after swimming, so far so good too.
Cheers! And if you’re in Singapore, join me on 26th Jan!
I haven’t used Eucerin before, but Eucerin has run a charity sale for the eczema fund that I initiated in Singapore. You can learn a little more about their company and product for eczema in the interview below:
I was at CGH pharmacy yday and the promoter was sharing with me Eucerin Soothing Lotion. It is targeted at people with eczema. Think it’s at S$29+ for a 200ml bottle. I was given a sample to try out. Since Im having a flare up now and AI works, I’m staying with AI first. But may switch to Eucerin if it works too.