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Review: Huggies Dry Diapers 

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Why choose Huggies Dry over other diapers 

 

So you all know that I’m a preemie mom, due to this I always ensure that what my baby use would be best for him.

During the first day of my baby at the incubator and since it wasn’t a planned delivery, my husband had bought him a pack NB EQ baby dry (though we already had stock of NB Huggies dry at home), for temporary use while admitted at NICU. 2nd day, I was also admitted due to preeclampsia, my husband informed me that our little angel had had skin irritation under on his behind but wasn’t get alarmed since he told me that everything is ok and the nurses take good care of him. On the 3rd day, I was advised to get out of the hospital but decided to directly drive at Devine Grace Medical Center (since I’ve admitted on the separate hospital).

At the time I spent with my son at the NICU, he had poop and while the nurse was changing his diaper told me he had acquired rashes on his genitals down to his behind maybe because baby’s skin is too sensitive plus skin reaction on the phototherapy and maybe (just maybe) on the diaper he use. Redness all over his private part observed and can hear his cute little crying voice as the nurse wipes the poop and put skin ointment. The next visit I brought him NB Huggies Dry with which I had already purchased through Lazada before my delivery. I ask the nurses to change the diaper and see what progress will happen with the rashes. A week after using Huggies, my baby’s rashes tame down and as the day goes by disappear.

 

 

 

 

Here are the factors why I choose Huggies dry diapers:

  • Softness – entire diaper is soft, you can really feel and compare to other brands once touched.
  • Overnight dryness – as observed my baby stays dry all night long and sleeps comfortably.
  • Intact tape – unlike any other brands I’ve used, I do not experience loose tapes with every consumed diaper.
  • Rash free –As I’ve mentioned above no experienced rashes with my baby’s skin with this diaper. I’ve also tried other brands when I cannot find a diaper size for my baby but in just 2-3 changes I already notice red spot on baby’s skin.

When it comes to price, Huggies has average cost than other brands (but still prefer to buy this rather than seeing my baby suffers from skin irritation). What I’m having difficulties with this product is that most of the time its “out of stock”. Several instances I’ve experienced is that we need to drive from one supermarket to another just because there’s no available stock from that certain store. Well, you can also purchase this item online via Lazada or hop in at Huggies website, you just need to sign up for mommy page, where they give discounts and sometimes freebies.

With that said so I’m still leaving you with which brand should you use for your baby. We all moms know and wanted the very best for our little bundle of joy. Happy baby, happy mommy!

October 6, 2018
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How to Earn Money from your Receipts

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How to earn money from your receipts using a mobile app (Snapcart Review)

 

 

 

One time while I was browsing from a facebook group, I bumped into one post states how she earns money through grocery receipts. It is through a mobile app called Snapcart. Really I said, “can I earn money through that app?”, since FB group has almost 100K members, it’s like raining comments from that certain post. Then one member posted earning proof (3 payment post directly on her bank account). From that on,  told myself why not give a try since every week we need to head off to the grocery store to buy food for the family and milk for my little ones (that’s what every mom’s do).  And until now I am a receipts collector! From grocery receipts down to mini mart receipts booyaa…

Snapcart is a mobile application that can be downloaded through google play. With this app, you can earn money by snapping or taking photos of grocery as well as medicine receipts. Other receipts are not yet accepted such as receipts from a gas station, restaurants, hardware stores, and clothing boutiques. But based on the latest update, snapcart is planning to merge with a well-known restaurant so eventually, they’ll be accepting receipts form these merchants. I’ll cross-fingers to that, so I can dine, eat and earn (yeah!). One thing you need to take note is that snapcart only accepts those receipts within 3 days of purchase (meaning you should snap your receipts 3 days after the transaction else they might get dumped!).

What kind of receipts that snapcart accepts:

  • Receipts from grocery
  • Receipts of purchased medicines
  • Receipts of purchased cosmetics (not perfume)
  • Receipts from a convenient store
  • Receipts from fast food chain (limited time only)

Make sure to check the below notes to avoid rejection of your snapped receipts:

  • Maximum date of receipts should be 3 days ago
  • Items purchased are for personal use only or from the same household. Not for resell
  • Snapped receipts should be real, not duplicated or modified.

Receipts amount and corresponding cash back can be viewed below:

Cashback can also be multiplied depending on your level as a snapper:

Snapcart also gives bonus coins by answering Survey, watch videos, and photo shot on the certain item receipts they require. Collected coins can be used in snaptastic games where you can win various prizes like cashbacks, coins and other special surprises from snapcart partners.

Final Thoughts

At this moment I can say that snapcart is one legit way on how you can earn money using your mobile phone, it really pays! Below is the sample payment shot I got from them.  By the way, they send payment through given bank account 7 days after your request. Below is the sample cash back I received from snapcart, deposited at my BPI account.

 

September 27, 2018
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