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The Bump: Janice Leong

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Gorgeous Singapore maternity photos in Sassy Mama’s ‘The Bump’! This month’s ‘The Bump’ features gorgeous maternity photos of Janice Leong, courtesy of Bambini Photography. Lifestyle writer Singaporean Janice had her little boy Christoper, in March 2017. Janice talks to us about her two-trimester pregnancy (she ‘skipped’ her first trimester as she only found out she was pregnant in trimester two!), her […]

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Family-Friendly Halloween Fun at Universal Studios Singapore!

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This Halloween, visit Universal Studios Singapore (USS) for Family-Friendly Halloween Fun! Before we go on to the Halloween activities at USS, Elmo is here in Singapore! We are all familiar with the red, furry, extremely adorable and one of the most popular Sesame Street Characters, Elmo. We are so excited to know that Elmo (the puppeteer) is traveling […]

Expat life in Singapore: How to order coffee and tea like a local

by Nafeesa Saini @ Honeykids Asia

Expat life in Singapore: How to order coffee and tea like a local

International Coffee Day is coming up, so we thought we’d brush up on our local coffee ordering skills. Picking up a kopi or teh is an opportune time to embrace Singlish, killing two birds with one stone (but hey, if all you can manage is to procure a hot or iced drink from the local kopitiam,... Read more »

Things to do in Singapore with kids: Five fun activities our kids are loving this week, 25 September 2017

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5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Shoes For Your Toddler

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Mummy Matters: CONFINEMENT - Food and Drinks

by noreply@blogger.com (Mummy Pris) @ And So Mummy Says..

Before Eva was born, we establish the agreement on bathing i.e the general rules of bathing in herbal water. Which turns out to be alright! (Read: http://and-so-mummy-says.blogspot.sg/2014/02/mummy-matters-confinement-bathing.html?m=1

Another aspect of issue definitely is about the food and drinks which is another big dread!! I mean which new mummy needs to be controlled on food and drinks in addition to no bathing!!! I always thought these must be the source of all the postnatal blues...
But seeing my MIL putting in her every effort to make my confinement the best within my comfort zone, I guess one month is just fine...

But you have to be aware of your body conditions and constitution, avoid following the rules blindly. Your body cues are just as important. Check with your gynae when in doubt.

My body constitution is 虚热 prior to pregnancy and that means I cannot take too much tonic else will be too heaty, neither can I take very cooling stuffs like ling yang as it makes my body weak.

No oil, no sugar!
My MIL says cannot cook my food with the usual cooking oil nor sugar. I can only eat food cooked in sesame oil and rock sugar. But hehe she did allow me to take soy sauce. I dont know why or how it works but I know it does feel heaty to be eating all the sesame oil cooked food and definitely expensive. Oh and my MIL actually deep fried some pork chop (i.e pork fillet coated with dry bread crumbs) and fried fries in sesame oil. Nice. Its somewhat added flavour to the otherwise bland food. Either bland or gingery. Nice of her to brainstorm on a delicious menu.

Ginger, Ginger, Ginger!
Number 1 ingredient for confinement food!! Which is absolutely NOT Suitable for me. Do you believe that I gotten through confinement without almost No ginger? My MIL did naturally want to add ginger into all my food and we did communicate beforehand that she will add big pieces to stir fry or steam with fish etc which I am fine. I just didnt want to chew on any ginger slices. Few days after back from hospital, she added ginger into the actually pretty nice red date longan tea which makes it one of the worst drink ever. And i think it made my stomach sick. Either its pure tiredness from lack of sleep and pain or its the ginger. My MIL concluded its the ginger as she noticed I started feeling sick after the ginger. Amd so she stopped adding. Eva also came down with jaundice after 3rd day and we had to bring her to polyclinic checks on wkly basis to monitor the level. Doc advised to stop all confinement foods (much to my joy!) as it is believed that ingredients used actually may cause jaundice in babies esp that I am breastfeeding. Needless to say, it was the best reason to avoid ginger.

No Cold drinks or food
This is pretty obvious as body supposedly is now very cool (liang) so we gave to take warm food. This area I respect since generally we shouldnt be taking in so much cold stuffs. During that period which was the hottest months, it seems tempting to drink cold drinks and stuffs but somehow I enjoyed the hot red date longan tea and warm plain water. Of course I did enjoy room temperature water too when weather was real real hot. But I could feel some coldness running down throat to stomach!
Even fruits, you ought to take them out of fridge and let them return to room temperature before taking them. It is also believed that we shouldnt take oranges and similar citrus fruits else will have phlegm.

No plain water, Only red date longan tea!
OMG! This is one that I cannot accept. I am like a 水桶 (water pail) and I love plain water as much as my darling teh O. So I cannot drink teh O is bad enough and now telling me that I cannot drink plain water? Ok..so I was sweating like a pig everyday even when dressed in tee and shorts as weather is real hot and when dressing Eva up in closed room, I normally finished sweating like I just showered. I dont usually sweat that much and so yes after losing so much water, I just have got to replenish. Needed the fluid for milk production too right? So I did drink when MIL not noticing or when she is out to market. Hehe. I drink warm ones though.
It was said that one of her sis who didnt listen to her and drink loads of plain water, ends up with water swelled face. Haha but for me, it felt contrary. Maybe because I took it in small portions and didnt not gulp it down. And a confession! I did drink a cup of teh O occasionally during the last stage of the confinement. Haha  =P

DOM!
I was prepared to take DOM since its always part of the gifts. I thought just a shot is fine and I did take Yomeishu before at reduced dosage and I felt it did help. So on the 2nd day back from hospital after my bath, MIL poured a shot glass for me. I held my breath and gulp it down. Boy! It's spicy! I mean spicy as in you know when alcohol content is high. The next moment my face flushed and my head throbbed. My world spinned and my eyes swell. That night I had to take a nap early before my night shift with Eva. It was a bad bad horrible few hrs waiting for the effect to pass. I was worried that I may just hyperventilate. MIL got a real scare and decided not to let me have it anymore.  Its once again also to my happiness. Hehe.

Fish & Green Papaya Soup!
I drank this famous soup twice! Okay it tasted alright but seriously drink it while its hot. Haha when its cooled. Omg! The fishy smell.. hmmm.. overpowering.. but when hot, it did taste like a light yet flavourful soup. I dont know if it did help me with the milk production but I guess its nutritious enough. MIL didnt continue giving to me as she finds that my milk was sufficient and she dint want me to engorge too much. Very sweet of her and I appreciate her thoughts!

Milk &Yoghurt!
I thought these were pretty good stuffs to take but couldnt as I cannot take cold stuffs and it really weird to me to take room temp milk or yoghurt. And I only take HL milk hence not taking any mummy milk which can be made warm.  I only started Yakult after confinement.

Neutral food!
Somehow there are certain ingredients that we shouldnt be taking and not quite known to us. It includes certain kind of fish which means not all kind of fish ball or fishcake can be eaten. Certain type of noodles also cannot. Seems like only the older generation will know and even my MIL sometimes check with the hawkers who also helped their daughters or DIL with confinement.

No Sap food eg Yam or Mango
This is what my mum told me to! It is said that taking such food will cause vaginal itch esp when we still have a recovering wound. That sounds scientific enough for me to accept haha though that means I had to miss out on the yam basket in Eva Baby shower buffet. MIL will only discharge me from confinement 40days after birth. So Eva had a early celebration to make it a weekend.

I went through the 40days with some limitations and some no choice. But all in all, I survived! I really appreciate my MIL efforts and I also could feel the effects of it especially through the 1st 2 weeks. After 3rd week, I started to feel normal again and that is also when I started wanting to sneak food and drinks. Haha I even sneak cold Ribena into my thermal flask once!

And I want to emphasize that body cues are important! I asked TCM once who told me that it depends on individual body constitution on whether confinement food will have adverse effect anot but mostly would be fine with them as body will be cold after giving birth and regardless how much heaty food they eat, its fine. Well I am that special one!! I had ulcers after a few days!! Ulcers is when i am heaty so yeah I am not suitable for the full confinement menu. Thank goodness I didnt order those tingkat!

Above are just some of the stuffs I came across and I am definitely one lucky woman already. Comment below if you had ridiculous experience or great experience to share.

Cheers!

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Things to do in Singapore: A guide to family-friendly Halloween parties and events 2017

by Sheralyn Loh @ Honeykids Asia

Things to do in Singapore: A guide to family-friendly Halloween parties and events 2017

It’s almost Halloween again, and as always, Singapore has some spooktacularly fun events lined up for kids, adults, and ghouls alike. Get your scariest costume organised, brush up on your trick-or-treating etiquette, and arm yourself with our freakishly full guide. We’ve got After Dark Parties, a parade on wheels, special Halloween menus, All Hallows feasts, and more.... Read more »

Cool Dad Hangouts: Andy Chen, Entertainment Journalist and Author

by Beate @ Sassy Mama

Does the Dad in your life need some inspo on where to take the kids? We’ve talked to some of the coolest dads in Singapore to get their tips on where to go and what to do with kiddos in tow! While most of us read kids’ books to our littlies, father of two, Andy […]

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Supervised and easy things to do in Singapore with the kids on a Sunday

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Juggling work and motherhood is part and parcel of parenting the world over, but after a particularly stressy week in the office, or a challenging few days of constant kid company (have you seen our 52 ways to take a mum time out?), we think it’s fair to want to let off some child-free steam... Read more »

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52 mum-time moments: how to bring a little weekly peace back into your life

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Mummy Matters: BREASTFEEDING (Blocked milk duct)

by noreply@blogger.com (Mummy Pris) @ And So Mummy Says..

Being a new mum, I was amazed at this whole breastfeeding thing especially how Eva was able to suckle within minutes after birth! I guess this skin to skin for the 1st hr after birth is good and hospitals should continue to advocate it! 

Breastfeeding is an art!! It is one part of parenthood that is exclusive to mummies and well.. makes you spend alot in preparation for it (read: breastpump, nipple cream, nursing cover, nursing bras, supplements).. and makes you fumble at first... and gives you a magical moment of bonding with your baby.. 

Breastfeeding also test your endurance! Say you would probably be waking up like you never even sleep before? And you might be wrestling away with your baby to get him or her in right position and the nipple in the right way into the mouth... And doing it discreetly if you are not alone in comfort of your own home.. And you probably be annoyed by all the "how much milk are you yielding?? Is baby having enough milk from you?? how long are you going to breastfeed yr baby??"... 

And in my opinion.. Pain in breast was the ultimate I had to endure!!! 

My milk only came in on 3rd day after Eva was born and hence I started her on formula bottle feed (tried cup feed etc but found it really tough and I decided to just go for bottle - Tommee Tippee was her first). Meanwhile I still latch on and pump hoping to stimulate the milk production. 

I continued the practice even after the milk came in where EBM and formula came in useful when family help to bottle feed. This help was important as it gave me some time to rest and to do other preparation for her. It also gave them especially hubby a chance to watch Eva feed and observe her behaviour. They were also useful in some nights. (Will share in other posts later about how I manage the feedings). 

This continues and I always needed to either let her latch on or express in time though its not always possible as she might be fussing and I cannot get to pump. Sometimes we are out with her and we bottle feed her. So breast would often feel engorged after some hours and it would generally be okay after I pump it out. sometimes there would even be lumps which would clear out after I pump out the milk couple times. 

One fine day I suddenly felt excruciating pain somewhere near nipple and felt deeper in. The pain was unbearable when pumping that I couldnt bear more than 5 pumps and I had to stop. The pain was like as though my skin was burning! Strange but it did felt like that way. And when i latch on. The pain was equally horrendous though I could bear the pain till Eva finiah feeding. I couldnt understand and guess this is probably engorgement? 

Then the pain got so horrible when I was pumping and I checked my nipples for wounds!! I thought it must be Eva who might have injured them. Then I spotted blister like looking stuffs in the nipple with yellow stuffs inside. OMG! I almost freaked out! i thought this is bad!! Pus in nipple??!!! Infection???? 

I quickly google and fortunately it was not what I thought! It was what they call blocked milk duct! And the yellow stuffs is actually built up of milk inside this skin layer. 

I tried using hot towel on the affected breast and massage followed by frequent pumping.. *OUCH* really did feel like hittung someone back then!! I was dreading pumping but if the more I put it off.. the worse it is going to get!

After some perseverence and endurance, the blocked milk duct finally cleared and you can see spaghetti like substance i.e strand of milk that was stuck and coagulated! 

Only then did the pain start to subside...

I had a few attacks throughout the 1st few months and the worst period was when the pain was bad enough to disrupt my sleep! I totally couldnt sleep due to the twitching high pain!!

Thankfully each ordeal only last a few days and managed to clear before developing into mastitis.

So new mummies.. endure if you are going thru it!! You will survive with:

1. Latch on baby
2. Breast pump
3. Hot/cold pack that can be heated by placing in hot water or cooled by placing on freezer. 
4. Nipple cream for massage

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Mummy Matters: CONFINEMENT - Bathing

by noreply@blogger.com (Mummy Pris) @ And So Mummy Says..

Confinement is one of (if not, the ONLY one) dreaded aspect of pregnancy and motherhood that really turns me off everytime I think about it before pregnancy and throughout pregnancy.

I tried to communicate with my MIL which turns out to be really important and good! I have to say thankfully my MIL is someone who is willing to communicate and takes initiative to ask. In addition, my wonderful mummy also communicate with her to share about my likings and not as she is worried if I would be able to adapt, eat well and recover quickly.

So one of the top hated DON'Ts for confinement is BATH!

But as we all know, modern mums seriously don't wanna care!! and I think modern mums are unlike mums of 10 years ago who are still pretty obedient and willing to follow the rules. haha and for your good info, May 2013 was one of the hottest month of that year and I totally would die if not allowed to bathe and if also made to cover from top to toe. I will die, seriously die... ... 

Anyway I was actually told by one of the Malay masseur that the reason for this confinement tradition of no bathing comes from the fact that in the past, toilets were located out of the house and so new mummies would be proned to catching cold by going out to shower. BUT now we have our toilet not only in the house but right in the room! haha 

So how did it go for me? After going through it, I realised that there is indeed good cause for the restrictions and all. I think it is all about compromising and making good sense of what is essential and what can be forgo. 

As you all may already have known and heard about all the bathing in herbal water? Yups, that was what I did as well!

My MIL was very nice and she took the effort to get friends to buy herbal packs from Malaysia for me. It was a total of 30packs. She will boil it every night or very early morning to keep this pot of concentrate aside. Then she will add hot water via the highest temp on the instant heater to a basin and add the herbal concentrate in. So I was allowed to wash my hair and bathe EVERYDAY!! I was even allowed to use the usual shower gel and shampoo. *Envy me* 

I guess it was the best compromise I could ever get! But some ground rules which she set and I think are pretty beneficial and perhaps are really the core of the issue!  

1. Always bathe before sunset 
> This was pretty tough and upsetting at times because sometimes all I want is to go for a nap when Eva naps but I have to take the opportunity to get my bath!! I could jolly well miss the timing and miss my chance of bathing. So is between sleep or bath. After sunset, temperature start to drop. 

2. Always close all the windows and fans in proximity of bathroom
> This was easy since all along I have always been scared of cold and the last thing I want is to have cold air running up my back! Especially so when I am using scoop of waters instead of direct shower head. 

3. Always drink some warm drink before and after bath
> This also helps to warm up the body especially the core. For those of you who are okay with alcohol, taking some DOM / Yomeishu will be good too. I cannot take alcohol. Tried taking like only 10ml of DOM, I felt totally sick soon after. Maybe I drank it too fast. My face flushed, eyes turn red too and I felt giddy and sleepy. That was the 1st and the last. haha 

4. Always ensure that water is real warm (actually hot) when going to bathe
> This was tough too as I dont like cold water, neither is my skin accustomed to hot water! Well, water that is too warm makes my eczema flare. But well, I try to do it slightly more warm but not hot. 

5. Always blow dry hair immediately after bath (after drinking some warm drink)
> This I follow as wet hair can really make you sick when the wind blows! I had one occasion with damp hair, one side drying it with hair dryer, on the other side I set the fan on for ventilation, resulting in a bad night of feeling like I came down with a bad cold and body aches. It went away pretty quickly after keeping myself warm. 

With all the above, haha basically you get to bathe but not without sweating it out all over again soon after the bath. Haha I can only say "be grateful!". 

I do not know how does the herbal water works BUT I did hear about people mentioning to bathe in water that has been boiled before. My mum always prepare cool boiled water ready for her to wash her hands or any stuffs when necessary. A friend did her own confinement and she only ensure to bathe in hot water and sort of similar ground rules above. All turn out fine even though they did not use herbal water. 

So I guess the whole principle behind it is to ensure that you are kept warm and not at risk of catching a cold! So to fellow mummies who really wish to bathe, you might want to consider the above method; daddies might want to share the info with your own mummies as well so they can give your wife a break on that. 

For me, so far so good 8 months after confinement. =) 

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Things to do with kids in Singapore: Best family friendly museums and exhibits 2017

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Things to do with kids in Singapore: Best family friendly museums and exhibits 2017

With so many exciting things to see and do in Singapore, it’s no surprise that this city teems with fun-filled indoor and outdoor activities for the little ones. The year has already been a massive success kids-wise with plenty of noteworthy museum exhibitions and family carnivals. But what’s in store for the rest of 2017? From... Read more »

Birth of the Blog

by noreply@blogger.com (Mummy Pris) @ And So Mummy Says..

Dear all who might come across this blog

Since birth of Eva on 07 May 2013, google / facebook have become my best friends to parenting! My worries / concerns / joys etc found comfort and solutions online ~ 

After doing so much research and readings, I decided that perhaps I should consolidate all these that I have found to share with more new mummies & daddies who might not even have time to do the readings! 

Through this blog, I hope to bring together information that will be useful to all of you such as product & service reviews! 

For all who would like to share too, you can drop me an email: mummypris13@gmail.com
(I only became mummy in 2013!) I will post your reviews / information here! 

FYI. All the reviews etc are not sponsored / paid in any way. 

Cheers! 

Family-friendly Halloween Events in Singapore

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Trick or Treat? Halloween is getting spookily close, so you’ll be wanting to know where to take the kids for some ghoulsome fun. We have rounded up all the best ghostly events happening in town to get kiddos into the Halloween festive spirit – from Spooky Seas and sharky adventures at S.E.A Aquarium to free […]

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$6.49
Aveeno Positively Ageless Anti-Aging Firming Body Lotion, 8 Oz (Pack of 2)
$16.91
Aveeno Active Naturals Positively Radiant 60 Second In-Shower Facial, 5 Oz. (Pack of 3)
$19.17
Aveeno Nourish+ Volumize Lightweight Shampoo, 10.5 Fl. Oz
$10.00
AVEENO Active Naturals Positively Radiant CC Cream Spectrum SPF 30 Fair to Light 2.50 oz
$16.07
Aveeno Active Daily Moisturizing Lotion, Fragrance Free, 20 oz , Pack of 2 Pump Bottles
$23.49
Bundle: Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion, 18 Ounce + Aveeno Baby Wash & Shampoo, 18 Ounce
$23.11
Aveeno Baby Lavender & Vanilla Calming Comfort Lotion, 8 oz (Pack of 2)
$15.54
Aveeno Absolutely Ageless Facial Care Starter Kit SPF 30 Daily Moisturizer 15ml & Restorative Night Cream
Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Lotion, Twin Pack 20 OZ
$17.98
Aveeno Therapeutic Shave Gel, 7 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$15.99
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion Tube, 3 Count
$8.11
Aveeno Nourish+ Volumize Lightweight Conditioner, 10.5 Fl. Oz
$5.99
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Whipped Souffle Body Cream, 6 ounces (Pack of 2)
$16.48
Aveeno Nourish+ Moisturize Gentle Hydrating Shampoo, 10.5 Fl. Oz (Pack of 3)
$22.47
Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Lotion, 18-Ounce Pump (Pack of 2)
$20.59
Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Lotion, 20 Ounce Pump
$15.99
Aveeno Active Naturals Skin Relief Body Wash, Fragrance Free, 12 oz (Pack of 2)
$21.55
Aveeno Positively Radiant Brightening Cleanser For Face, 6.7 Fl. oz.
Aveeno Active Naturals Skin Relief Overnight Cream, Fragrance Free, 7.3 Ounce
$12.12
Aveeno Active Naturals Pure Renewal Shampoo and Conditioner Set, 10.5 Fluid Ounce each
$18.99
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion 1oz pack of 3
$6.12
Aveeno Bar Dry Size 3.5 Ounce Aveeno Moisturizing Bar For Dry Skin (Pack of 3)
$12.99
Aveeno - Active Naturals Positively Smooth Shave Gel with Natural Soy - 7 oz.
$4.39
Aveeno Positively Radiant Intensive Night Cream, 1.7 Ounce
$15.04
Aveeno, Facial Moisturizers Positively Ageless Lifting Firming Eye Cream, 0.5 oz
$16.88
Aveeno Ultra-Calming Nourishing Night Cream, Fragrance Free, 1.7 Ounce
$16.38
Aveeno Moisturizing Bar 3.5 Oz (Pack of 6)
$18.44
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Dry Skin, 18 Fl. oz.
Aveeno Baby Continuous Protection Lotion Sunscreen With Broad Spectrum SPF 55, 4 Oz
$13.84
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Hydrating Body Wash, Fig and Shea Butter, 16 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$16.48
Aveeno Absolutely Ageless Facial Care Starter Kit (Pack of 3)
$23.97
Aveeno Radiant-Looking Skin Gift Pack
$11.99
Aveeno Active Naturals Fragrance-Free Moisturizing Bar, 4 Count
$19.95
Aveeno Ultra-Calming Foaming Cleanser For Sensitive Skin, 6 Fl. oz.
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Body Yogurt Lotion - Vanilla and Oat - 7 oz
$11.69
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Body Wash - 12 oz
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion , 2.5 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$12.91
Aveeno Clear Complexion Foaming Cleanser, 6 Ounce
Aveeno Ultra-Calming Nourishing Night Cream For Sensitive Skin, 1.7 Oz
Aveeno Gentle Conditioning Baby Shampoo, 12 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$15.00
Aveeno Ultra Calming Makeup Removing Wipes, 25 Count (Pack of 2)
$17.42
Aveeno Moisturizing Bar for Dry Skin 3 Oz (Pack of 8)
$23.67
Aveeno Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Daily Scrub, 5 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$7.69
Aveeno Active Naturals Positively Nourishing Moisturize Shampoo & Conditioner Set Wheat Complex and Oat Protein for Damaged Hair 310ml
$19.99
Aveeno Active Naturals Men's Shave Gel, 7 Ounce
$3.99
Aveeno Creamy Moisturizing Oil - 12 oz - 2 pk
$16.85
Aveeno Lightly Scented Baby Wash & Shampoo 8 oz.
$8.49
Aveeno Skin Relief Shower & Bath Oil 10 oz
$19.95
Aveeno Hydrosport Wet Skin Spray Sunscreen With Broad Spectrum SPF 30, Sweat And Water Resistant 5 Oz
$8.99
Aveeno Body Wash - Calming - 16 oz - 2 pk
$21.67
Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion - Fragrance Free - 8 oz
$5.56
Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion, Fragrance Free, 8-Ounce Tubes (Pack of 6)
$27.45
Aveeno Anti-Itch Concentrated Lotion, 4-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 3)
$19.77
Aveeno Smart Essentials Daily Detoxifying Scrub, 5 oz
$13.49
Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer With Sunscreen Broad Spectrum Spf 15, 4 oz.
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Hydrating Body Wash, 16 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$21.94
Aveeno Stress Relief Moisturizing Lotion 12 Oz
$11.99
AVEENO Therapeutic Shave Gel 7 oz (Pack of 5)
$25.58
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Calming Lotion - 7 oz.
$5.87
Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Body Yogurt Body Wash, Vanilla and Oats, 18 Fl. Oz (pack of 3)
$25.92
Aveeno Clear Complexion Daily Moisturizer, 4 Oz
$15.68
Aveeno Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Exfoliating Daily Scrub, 5 oz.
$6.59
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