- Hand sanitizer
- Hot creams (hot pads and hot patches included as well)
- Toilet seat covers
- Sunscreen with SPF 30+
- Vent cleaning (Expenses paid for the cleaning of your home's vent system. The customer's explanation of necessity is required.)
- Parking fee or bus fare incurred for medical care.
Friday, January 11, 2013
I looked carefully at a similar list of eligible and ineligible items yesterday and I was surprised at some of the stuff that are covered without a doctor's note:
I was also issued a FSA debit card for the first time this year. When I spoke with a CIGNA representative yesterday, she advised that if I buy any of those items at general stores like Walmart or Target, to buy those items items: (1) separately from non-eligible items and (2) at the pharmacy counter.
I'm going to try to push the envelope by submitting my SPF 30+ BB Cream purchase under the "Suncreen with SPF 30+" category. I won't buy it with my debit card, but I'll submit it manually. Who said health and beauty are mutually exclusive?
Posted by Shtinkykat at 7:07 AM