Mum praises ‘miracle’ cream that cleared up her daughter’s eczema

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  • A mum has taken to Facebook to share the results of using a baby moisturiser that she has called ‘amazing’.

    Mum Karli Lay commented on the Facebook page for skincare brand Childs Farm, sharing the results after using their baby moisturiser product on her daughter to treat eczema.

    Her post read: ‘The first photo was taken on Saturday afternoon. I brought Child’s Farm shortly after that photo. After testing that it didn’t ‘sting’ (which is what she says about all of her prescription creams ☹️) I put a thin layer on one leg and her normal cream everywhere else, when she woke the leg with child’s farm was nearly as clear as the rest of her body.

    ‘I have not used any prescription creams on her from Saturday until today which is Monday. And this is the result. Same arm. 2 days difference. Amazing! I truly hope this is our miracle cream. 🙏🏻’

    Childs Farm shared the feedback with their followers, writing: ‘We’re absolutely delighted to see such an incredible result, thank you for sharing Karli 💜’

    Other mums commented on the post, sharing their own experiences. One wrote: ‘ I swear by it 😅 I use it mainly on me now that my son’s skin is clear and has stayed that way (I’m expecting the usual flair up in winter again on him though) but this stuff is magic in a bottle for us’

    Another added: ‘It’s the only cream which works on my daughter’.

    Read more: Mum claims Lush Dream Cream ‘cured’ her son’s eczema in just one week

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    Credit: Childs Farm

    According to the website, Childs Farm baby moisturiser is an ‘award-winning, mildly fragranced, baby moisturiser [that] contains some of nature’s finest ingredients. It’s been specially formulated to help protect and hydrate baby’s delicate skin.’ It is also vegan and cruelty-free.

    It’s available in three sizes via their website; 50ml (£2), 250ml (£4.50), or 500ml (£8).

    You can also shop the Childs Farm range at Boots, Superdrug or Holland and Barrett if you’d prefer to grab it in person.

    If your child suffers from eczema, it might be worth seeing if this bargain buy can help to soothe and care for their skin. Let us know if you try the product for yourself!