To-do list #1: Declutter E’s toiletries

Right after becoming a full-time tai tai, I came up with a list of things to do and complete before mm’s arrival. Among all – and most importantly – is decluttering the mess we have been accumulating over the years. Prior to this while I was still working, I always turn a blind eye to the chaos but now…no more excuse!

TO-DO #1: Sort out E’s toiletries
Since E’s eczema deteriorated when he was around 2 months old, our house has become a mini pharmacy to all sorts of creams and lotions. You name it, we have it. And at that time, it didn’t come across our minds to ask for samples and ended up buying full sizes most of the time. As soon as his skin reacted unfavourably to one product, we would chuck it aside – hence the mountain of toiletries that we own:

We lived with this mess for over two years! *shy*

I have sorted out between those that are still good to be used and those that have expired. If you would like to try any of these, feel free to buzz me. They are all FOC, brand new and unopened unless indicated. Self pick-up at PJ areas or pay for postage only.

FOC:
Pureen stretch mark creams and Buds Baby
FOC: Guardian basic thermometer
FOC:
Aromababy Baby Massage Oil; Nature’s Baby Massage & Baby Oil; Putto Ato-secret Shampoo & Bath; Ezerra Extra Gentle Cleanser
Note: Nature’s Baby Massage & Baby Oil has only half the content left.
FOC – Johnson’s Baby Lotion
FOC
Drapolene Cream
FOC:
Bum Bum balm
FOC
MooGoo cream samples
FOC:
The First Years pacifier wipes
Content has only half left.
FOC:
Ezzera cream (travel size)
FOC:
Guardian Mosquito Repellent Patch
For sale – RM20
Aveeno Baby Soothing Relief Moisture Cream

Drop me a comment here or email me here if you would like any of these stuff.

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3 thoughts on “To-do list #1: Declutter E’s toiletries

    1. joeyllhow

      Hi Sumathy, all except the massage oils (AromaBaby & Nature’s Baby), Ezerra moisturisers, Guardian mosquito repellent patch and Drapolene, are still available. Let me know if you would like any of them 🙂

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