Child’s farm baby moisturiser 250ml - £2.75 @ Asda
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I was in at 8am this morning, none on the shelf in the baby section but got one in the seasonal section for their baby event
I been using this cream since the news broke out that it works wonders honestly it did nothing did not help her at all
it's a gimmick all I know is the eczema did not go and did not help reduce itchiness .
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Thanks - other products also reduced. Heat added.
Damn !!!! just paid £3.99 in Boots
I was in at 8am this morning, none on the shelf in the baby section but got one in the seasonal section for their baby event
Thanks so much JacquiDev....etc etc
Will have a look in our local store. Great deal OP!
focusdriver5 h, 48 m ago

Damn !!!! just paid £3.99 in Boots


Haha same here 3 days ago! ill have to get more at this price
thanks op!
I bought this this because I saw the thread on psoriasis and how good it is so thought I'd give it ago. 3 days using it and there is an improvement!
Edited by: "LeahsMintytoutou" 2nd Apr
Still £4 in Queensferry. When queried they said online and in store prices sometimes differed!
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scoffer12 h, 0 m ago

Still £4 in Queensferry. When queried they said online and in store prices …Still £4 in Queensferry. When queried they said online and in store prices sometimes differed!


I bought it in store in Omagh Northern Ireland
LeahsMintytoutou2nd Apr

Haha same here 3 days ago! ill have to get more at this price thanks …Haha same here 3 days ago! ill have to get more at this price thanks op! I bought this this because I saw the thread on psoriasis and how good it is so thought I'd give it ago. 3 days using it and there is an improvement!


Read that too so been using it a while and honestly we haven't seen much difference at all. Smells lovely and rubs in easily but seems more like a rebranded baby lotion.
Didn't help my son's ezcema but good price!
Isn't it cruel to farm babies in this way just to make moisturiser?
adhkarzf3rd Apr

Read that too so been using it a while and honestly we haven't seen much … Read that too so been using it a while and honestly we haven't seen much difference at all. Smells lovely and rubs in easily but seems more like a rebranded baby lotion.


Used it for months after reading review and articles that it’s great for dry skin etc.
Nice normal cream.
Wouldn’t say it will help with dry skin any more or less than other brands
I been using this cream since the news broke out that it works wonders honestly it did nothing did not help her at all
it's a gimmick all I know is the eczema did not go and did not help reduce itchiness .
It helps my excema but it's not a cure
If anyone knows of a good. Cream for eczema not steroid as that's all the doctors prescribe please post up my daughter has severe eczema and itches like crazy
she is also allergic to dairy wheat egg nut
shed16 m ago

If anyone knows of a good. Cream for eczema not steroid as that's all …If anyone knows of a good. Cream for eczema not steroid as that's all the doctors prescribe please post up my daughter has severe eczema and itches like crazy she is also allergic to dairy wheat egg nut


Organic Apple cider vinegar is supposed to be good for eczema. newhealthadvisor.com/App…tml
shed56 m ago

If anyone knows of a good. Cream for eczema not steroid as that's all …If anyone knows of a good. Cream for eczema not steroid as that's all the doctors prescribe please post up my daughter has severe eczema and itches like crazy she is also allergic to dairy wheat egg nut


UV light is supposed to be good, I don't know your ethnicity, but if you're not Caucasian that can be tricky getting enough in UK. They have UV clinics in hospitals for certain skin disorders.

I use epaderm which is a good barrier and use this as a soap replacement but corticosteroids are really the only thing that'll really work. Avoid all soaps as they dry the skin.
Try Bepanthen Sensiderm, it worked wonders for my daughter. Works for Eczema, Atopic skin and allergies and many more, no steroids, cortisone free.
shed2 h, 39 m ago

I been using this cream since the news broke out that it works wonders …I been using this cream since the news broke out that it works wonders honestly it did nothing did not help her at all it's a gimmick all I know is the eczema did not go and did not help reduce itchiness .


same here. unfortunately, the makers of this have specifically stated that this is not designed for actual skin conditions, its just a moisturiser. whoever said it cures psoriasis has never had it and needs educating that psoriasis a life-long auto-immune disease that can only be treated internally and has no cure as of yet.

try dermol 500, its is specifically for eczema and psoriasis which can be also be used a soap substitute. i find it soothes itchiness quite quickly.

also, speak to a pharmacist who can give advice on alternative eczema treatments
Minor ailment scheme - Your pharmacy may be able to help with:
  • mild skin conditions, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, impetigo, athlete's foot
  • coughs and colds, including blocked nose (nasal congestion), and sore throats
  • bruises, sunburn, and minor burns and scalds
  • constipation and piles (haemorrhoids)
  • hay fever, dry eyes and allergies (including rashes, bites and stings)
  • aches and pains, including earache, headache, migraine, back pain and toothache
  • vomiting, heartburn, indigestion, diarrhoea and threadworms
  • period pain, thrush and cystitis
  • head lice (nits)
  • conjunctivitis, cold sores and mouth ulcers
  • warts and verrucas
  • nappy rash and teething

nhs.uk/Liv…spx
Edited by: "watson44" 4th Apr
Murtin1 h, 26 m ago

UV light is supposed to be good, I don't know your ethnicity, but if …UV light is supposed to be good, I don't know your ethnicity, but if you're not Caucasian that can be tricky getting enough in UK. They have UV clinics in hospitals for certain skin disorders. I use epaderm which is a good barrier and use this as a soap replacement but corticosteroids are really the only thing that'll really work. Avoid all soaps as they dry the skin.


its UVB phototherapy, just in case someone thinks they can just buy a UV black light
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This is just another hype job, granted it's a nice moisturiser and helps calm irritated skin, but this differs from person to person.
Hardly worth the headlines
Murtin3 h, 39 m ago

UV light is supposed to be good, I don't know your ethnicity, but if …UV light is supposed to be good, I don't know your ethnicity, but if you're not Caucasian that can be tricky getting enough in UK. They have UV clinics in hospitals for certain skin disorders. I use epaderm which is a good barrier and use this as a soap replacement but corticosteroids are really the only thing that'll really work. Avoid all soaps as they dry the skin.


I was prescribed epiderm ointment but she comes out in a red rash so have stopped using now
used aveeno but has oats inside so she flares up it's so difficult hate giving her so much cezterize as I'm sure it can't be good in the long run
watson442 h, 23 m ago

same here. unfortunately, the makers of this have specifically stated that …same here. unfortunately, the makers of this have specifically stated that this is not designed for actual skin conditions, its just a moisturiser. whoever said it cures psoriasis has never had it and needs educating that psoriasis a life-long auto-immune disease that can only be treated internally and has no cure as of yet. try dermol 500, its is specifically for eczema and psoriasis which can be also be used a soap substitute. i find it soothes itchiness quite quickly. also, speak to a pharmacist who can give advice on alternative eczema treatmentsMinor ailment scheme - Your pharmacy may be able to help with:mild skin conditions, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, impetigo, athlete's footcoughs and colds, including blocked nose (nasal congestion), and sore throatsbruises, sunburn, and minor burns and scaldsconstipation and piles (haemorrhoids)hay fever, dry eyes and allergies (including rashes, bites and stings)aches and pains, including earache, headache, migraine, back pain and toothachevomiting, heartburn, indigestion, diarrhoea and threadwormsperiod pain, thrush and cystitishead lice (nits)conjunctivitis, cold sores and mouth ulcerswarts and verrucasnappy rash and teethinghttps://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Pharmacy/Pages/Commonconditions.aspx


It was my best friends post that went viral. She never stated it was a miracle cure that was the media's spin, she just said it cleared hers. we all have different skin and what works for one may not work for another.
MOLEY821 h, 21 m ago

It was my best friends post that went viral. She never stated it was a …It was my best friends post that went viral. She never stated it was a miracle cure that was the media's spin, she just said it cleared hers. we all have different skin and what works for one may not work for another.


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i agree we all have different skin but a media spin...."I'm not joking 24 hours later and my psoriasis is gone" if this is her
Good info from this thread, just in case anyone else missed it these apparently may help with excema

epaderm cream
BEPANTHEN ECZEMA Sensiderm Cream
Dermol 500 Lotion

I have personally tried Dermol 500 cream (green bottle one) its nice but if you use it for more then a week or so even as a general
moisturizer my legs get red spots so I have to stop it. So far I have tried most excema improving moisturizers but they all have similar effects or irritants after long term use and do not work. Jjust like many excema sufferers steroid creams are the only option
and the longer you use it (past 7 days) the worse your skin gets, I tend to use it ever other day or take few breaks here and there.

I have yet to try Childs farm baby moisturizer but suspect its another hype job just like Skin Salvation is !

Overall I have found no cures or improvements to Excema, Diets or changing to different clothing not helped, using no soap cleaners like santex hypo allergenic skin gel recently and its good on the skin but probably not addressed excema. I am starting
to think not bathing and washing is my next attempt !

Oh and just in case people are wondering I found the childs farm bottle in boots in the baby sections lotion section.
watson442 h, 50 m ago

[Image] i agree we all have different skin but a media spin...."I'm not …[Image] i agree we all have different skin but a media spin...."I'm not joking 24 hours later and my psoriasis is gone" if this is her


Anyone stupid enough to believe such blatant bs....
MOLEY826 h, 8 m ago

It was my best friends post that went viral. She never stated it was a …It was my best friends post that went viral. She never stated it was a miracle cure that was the media's spin, she just said it cleared hers. we all have different skin and what works for one may not work for another.


Thank you so much for the advice I wil Try the dermal 500 anything to help her I know it won't go away over night just to ease her pain once again thank you
shed12 h, 20 m ago

If anyone knows of a good. Cream for eczema not steroid as that's all …If anyone knows of a good. Cream for eczema not steroid as that's all the doctors prescribe please post up my daughter has severe eczema and itches like crazy she is also allergic to dairy wheat egg nut


My son has really bad eczema and had been prescribed aveeno from the doctors but has not done any good. We heard about this child's farm moisturizer a few months ago and gave it a try, still no better. Another trip to the doctors and have now been given "Centraben" cream to try. At the moment things are looking up but only been using for couple weeks
It's hard to control just trial and error the hydrocortisone works but don't like using too much of it
shed4th Apr

I been using this cream since the news broke out that it works wonders …I been using this cream since the news broke out that it works wonders honestly it did nothing did not help her at all it's a gimmick all I know is the eczema did not go and did not help reduce itchiness .


I tried it as well, didn't work.

Asda sell a cream specifically for eczema on the same shelf as this, Oilatum Junior Cream, £5, bit more expensive but more chance of it working I should think.
Murtin4th Apr

Isn't it cruel to farm babies in this way just to make moisturiser?


They also sell one called Baby Butter.

Don't get that one though, the strongest smell ever, stinks out the place and can't be good for your skin, cross between chocolate and baby powder.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 24th Apr
ken.gunn4th Apr

My son has really bad eczema and had been prescribed aveeno from the …My son has really bad eczema and had been prescribed aveeno from the doctors but has not done any good. We heard about this child's farm moisturizer a few months ago and gave it a try, still no better. Another trip to the doctors and have now been given "Centraben" cream to try. At the moment things are looking up but only been using for couple weeks



Aveeno is bad, it contains an additive that actually gives a burning sensation and aggravates the skin further,
This Childs farm baby moisturiser is just a hyped up gimmick, it's no different than any other cream on the market.

Each person responds differently to each cream, there is no one-4-all cream. It's simply a trial and error until you find a match for your skin condition.

For Eczema you really need 2 types of creams, one for daily control and one for flare-ups. If you keep on top of the daily moisturiser type one, then there is less chance of long term damage from the flare-up steroid based ones.
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 24th Apr
shed4th Apr

If anyone knows of a good. Cream for eczema not steroid as that's all …If anyone knows of a good. Cream for eczema not steroid as that's all the doctors prescribe please post up my daughter has severe eczema and itches like crazy she is also allergic to dairy wheat egg nut


They sell this at Asda for £5.

amazon.co.uk/Oil…CHC
BOUGHT THIS CREAM - NOTHING SPECIAL ABOUT THIS CREAM, AND I HAVE EXCEMA!!!!!!!
Well, I tried it and it works for me. Works for some people some of the time
Brought me out in rash this stuff
ken.gunn4th Apr

My son has really bad eczema and had been prescribed aveeno from the …My son has really bad eczema and had been prescribed aveeno from the doctors but has not done any good. We heard about this child's farm moisturizer a few months ago and gave it a try, still no better. Another trip to the doctors and have now been given "Centraben" cream to try. At the moment things are looking up but only been using for couple weeks


Try using hayfever tablets, alot of eczema is caused by pollen allergies
This stuff is just an emollient and usually well over priced. It didn't do anything for two of us in this household with eczema and to be honest you would just be better off with some E45 Moisturising lotion.

BTW If I was an exec at Childs Farm I would be inviting Laura Gray to have some tests and photographs done to back up her 'claim'
LordFlashHeart24th Apr

This stuff is just an emollient and usually well over priced. It didn't do …This stuff is just an emollient and usually well over priced. It didn't do anything for two of us in this household with eczema and to be honest you would just be better off with some E45 Moisturising lotion. BTW If I was an exec at Childs Farm I would be inviting Laura Gray to have some tests and photographs done to back up her 'claim'


Aqueus Cream is cheaper than E45 and what dermatologists recommend.
This cream has helped dermatitis on my face a lot.
Seems to be good for that.
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