Going back to the aqua park would be a perfect family getaway for the three of us and at least stay away from the presidential debate on CNN. I’ve been telling my husband that should go back there soon since the weather is no longer hot and humid. In fact, we already started using our comforter again as it starts to get colder at night.
Yet, in as much as we want our son to get out of the house, we cannot just let him play outside because of the harsh weather condition in where we are. It is well known that out son is suffering from atopic dermatitis that could flare up when he is exposed to harsh weather conditions. His skin will easily dry up in both cold and hot environment so we constantly apply moisturizer on his skin and there’s only one moisturizer the suits his skin. We have tried almost all kinds of moisturizer on his skin even those that needs prescription but no one seems to ease up his skin problem except for Cetaphil Restoraderm Body Moisturizer.
By the way, I don’t get any kind of compensation from Cetaphil with this post. This is based on our experience since the time the rashes on our son’s skin started when he was still about 2 or 3 months old and now he is already 2 years old. It is the only moisturizer that minimizes our son’s Eczema and that it really fits for his skin. The only thing is that, a bottle of Cetaphil’s 299 ml body moisturizer is quite expensive that retails at around $32 – $34 (depending on the pharmacy). More so that it is not available here in our place and he still have to get it from the Philippines.