A story hit the news recently of a woman who discovered a budget moisturiser to cure her psoriasis. In the article, which you can read here, she claims the children’s cream resulted in the psoriasis disappearing, and since then others have also credited the cream for working wonders on their skin. For adults and children alike with conditions like eczema and psoriasis, there are a lot of more harsh prescription lotions and milder over the counter remedies available, but few people find relief and spend years trying countless products.
Could the Childs Farm Shea & Cocoa Butter Baby Moisturiser cream be worth trying? It certainly seems like it’s worth a shot given the countless glowing reviews, especially as it’s only £3.99 for 250ml.
Childs Farm is an award-winning brand and this particular shea & cocoa butter moisturiser is designed to be light and gentle, suitable for babies (and us bigger kids!) with eczema prone or sensitive skin. Users rate it for smelling pleasant, being non-greasy, and leaving skin feeling much softer, smoother and healthier.
The moisturiser can be used on the body, face, hands and feet to soothe, restore and repair skin, increasing moisture and reducing irritation when used twice a day.
It contains more than 98% naturally derived ingredients, it’s clinically and dermatologically tested & approved, and it’s free from the likes of artificial colours, SLSs and parabens.
You only need a little each time so it should last well, making it good value for money. It gets a 4.5 / 5 star rating on the Boots site, where people are scrambling to pick them up because they’re selling out in stores. Of course, it won’t be a miracle cure for everyone, but as a budget alternative it certainly seems like it’s worth trying. I hope this can help someone out there reading this 🙂
You can pick this up from Boots online for £3.99 for 250ml. Free order online & collect in store.