People are going wild for £4 supermarket ‘miracle cream’ they claim cures psoriasis and eczema

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Scores of people have been taking to Facebook and Twitter recently to sing the praises of a £4 ‘miracle’ baby moisturiser that they say has the power to cure long-standing skin conditions.

Childs Farm moisturiser is enriched with shea and cocoa butter, and because it’s designed for babies it’s very mild on skin with no parabens, SLSs, mineral oils or artificial colours. It’s also designed to be kind of sensitive and eczema-prone skin, too. You can get it in Boots, Holland and Barratt and Morrisons.

The moisturiser also contains sunflower seed oil and rosemary extract.

People have been sharing the results online, with one woman saying that it completely cleared up her newborn baby’s eczema-like skin rash.

 

Posting on the Childs Farm Facebook page this month (May 2019), new mum Tara Herd said:

“I have a brand new 7 week old baby who suddenly came down with a rash on her face. It spread all over her head, neck, top of chest, face within a matter of days and it was scary! To the point where we took her to the hospital because we thought it was something more sinister!

“We were told it was an allergic reaction which manifested itself in a severe eczema type symptoms. I had used another recommended product on it which had actually made it flare up and it was out of control!

“We decided to use your products and the difference within 24 hours – not only in her skin but in her behaviour – was phenomenal! We are now huge advocates for your brand and will gladly recommend you to anyone who will listen.”

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Tara’s post on Facebook

And one Edinburgh-based woman also commented to say it had ‘cured’ her psoriasis.

All products in the range have been certified  vegan  friendly and awarded the Vegan Society logo, with the exception of the conditioner and hair detangler, which both contain honey.

Mum Joanna Jensen set up Childs Farm in 2010 to ensure that her two daughters could have natural skin care products that wouldn’t irritate their sensitive skin. 

If you’ve had any ‘miracle’ results using Childs Farm products, let us know! You can tweet us: @edinburghlive_), email us: news@edinburghlive.co.uk, leave a comment, or drop us a message on Facebook .

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