6 Simple Ways to Save Money at Home

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  With the economy being what it is, people are more conscious about their expenses. The last thing you want to be doing is spending money on things that are not essential. There are simple ways to save money at home, which can cut down your bills significantly. Use energy-efficient appliances If possible, buy energy-efficient appliances such as washing machines and dryers that have lower water and energy consumption levels. These will help save energy and thus money over time because they consume less electricity than their non-efficient counterparts do. Consider replacing your old refrigerator with an energy-efficient refrigerator. You may not be aware of the fact that your fridge is one of the biggest consumers of power in your home. An inefficient refrigerator can use up to 300 kWh per year, which is more than 10% of the total household energy bill. So, it is important to get an efficient one that uses less electricity and saves you money on your electricity bill. Use en

All In One

Liquid soap is in. Different brands of liquid soaps are seen in grocery stores and supermarkets, yet which of it will you buy?  Do you know that Jergens Antibacterial Liquid Soap is an all in one soap not only for you but for your family too?  It kills germs, deodorizes and moisturizes as well. 

Years ago, my ob-gyne recommended it as an alternative to my intimate wash.  I gave it a try and satisfied with it.  I’ve been using it for years now.  During the cold weather, we use it for body wash to moisturize our skin and prevent it from drying. 

I place bottles of Jergens in the bathroom/comfort room and another one in the kitchen.  It is also very effective as a hand wash.  It gently removes stubborn odors, like garlic for instance.

It is very affordable and could last a long time, depending on the usage.  A pea size is enough for hand washing and in intimate washing.   It comes in a big bottle for refill and a small one with an easy dispersal cap.


Comments

  1. I agree..yan din po gamit namin ni cheng matagal pang maubos kasi unti lang lagay mo ok na siya:)

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  2. we use johnson's milk bath for my son and for my vagigi also and also a handsoap na din...isn't it expensive than a milk bath ( coz i only buy in refill)

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  3. Cecille, o di ba effective hihi

    Air, johnsons milk bath is ok too ;)

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  4. Di ko pa na-try yan Joy..hmmmnnn.. I'll try it nga..

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  5. Peach maganda sya try mo sis hihi

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  6. but this one is antibacterial milk bath is not

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  7. Tita! Salamat sa pagdaan sa blog ko! Mabuhay tayong mga BLOGGERS! =)

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  8. Hello Mommy Joy!

    I didn't realize Jergens has a liquid soap. I can't find any of that here in Dubai. Baka pag-vacation sa Pinas, I'll buy some to take back home. I normally use the Bath and Body Works na Anti-bacterial liquid hand soap pero if there is something cheaper and smells good too, siguro I'll try that brand.

    Btw, I have added you already in my blogroll in Home Is Where the Heart is blog ko. I hope to see you often :)

    Hugs,
    Ria C

    It's My Party
    Home is Where the Heart Is
    Red Lips and Pinky Toes
    Handmade with LOVE

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  9. For men,

    Try Nivea Active3!

    It's 3 in 1, for body, for hair, and for shaving.

    They should have made it 4 in 1, for body, shampoo, shave and toothpaste.

    That would be cool and practical! XD

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  10. Parang wala akong nakikitang ganyan dito.

    Bloghopping thru The Bloggers Exchange.

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  11. Hi Rossel, dropped by your blogs too and followed as well hihi

    Ria, thank you very much for adding me in your blogroll, i'll be there as often as i could :) i am a fan of bath and body works too, yun lotion nya parang cologne na rin because the scent lasts :)

    Netguides, thanks for visiting! ahaha, spare the toothpaste. i've seen that product, i'll ask my boys if they want to try it, the next i go to the grocery, i will let them see it :)

    Willa, welcome back sis! you're my top commentator, thanks for the support and frequent visits, wag ka magsawa ha, i will always wait for you hihi.

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  12. Parang wala akong nakikitang ganyan dito.

    Bloghopping thru The Bloggers Exchange.

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  13. Peach maganda sya try mo sis hihi

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  14. we use johnson's milk bath for my son and for my vagigi also and also a handsoap na din...isn't it expensive than a milk bath ( coz i only buy in refill)

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