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Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser 250ml Pack of 6 @ Amazon - £13.63 Prime / £18.12 Non Prime
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  • Award-winning Childs Farm baby moisturiser is mildly fragranced
  • Suitable for newborns and upwards
  • Suitable for sensitive and eczema-prone skin
  • Paediatrician and Dermatologist tested and approved
  • Over 98% naturally derived ingredients. All packaging is 100% recyclable
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Spencer716/09/2019 09:12

I’d get advice from a doctor not a HUKD member. Also I suspect they won’t a …I’d get advice from a doctor not a HUKD member. Also I suspect they won’t advise to cut out a child’s dairy intake, very important for growth. I know some people like the herbal and alternative route but I tend to stick to the qualified professionals, especially when it comes to my child.


Very important for growth....for baby cows. Contains growth hormones for cows for that reason. Very often medically qualified persons are bound by concerns over liability rather than sound advice. Cutting dairy for 30 days as a trial to benefit your child's health is a proactive step and can easily be reversed if there's no difference.
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This or aveeno?
namsu15/09/2019 19:31

This all day long. Aveeno is full of chemicals.


We have aveeno...all are the same , full with chemicals.. don't know what to use as ' natural' as possible...
This has chemicals too
danflorin315/09/2019 19:48

We have aveeno...all are the same , full with chemicals.. don't know what …We have aveeno...all are the same , full with chemicals.. don't know what to use as ' natural' as possible...


Your right but this is less chemically if there is such a thing. Another thing would be raw Shea butter from eBay about £9 a kilo bit messy but good natural 100% chemical free moisturiser
That's a lot of moisturizer
Very expensive. I bought when it was half the price.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 15th Sep
sam_of_london15/09/2019 20:17

Very expensive. I bought when it was half the price.


How much money do you spend on hukd?
login.name15/09/2019 20:30

How much money do you spend on hukd?


Lots. Depends on the discount. I bought two Three SIM cards with unlimited data half price from here and were the best purchase ever. Bought my Mate 20 Pro when listed here . Bought three electrical heaters today .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 15th Sep
namsu15/09/2019 19:53

Your right but this is less chemically if there is such a thing. Another …Your right but this is less chemically if there is such a thing. Another thing would be raw Shea butter from eBay about £9 a kilo bit messy but good natural 100% chemical free moisturiser


I did same, I add shea butter, cocoa butter little bit Vitamin e oil and It can be used as moisturiser and hair treatment as well.
bbleo21118015/09/2019 20:53

I did same, I add shea butter, cocoa butter little bit Vitamin e oil and …I did same, I add shea butter, cocoa butter little bit Vitamin e oil and It can be used as moisturiser and hair treatment as well.


Oh that’s a good idea adding the vitamin e oil.
This helped my child abit because she had excema but not a lot. Finding it very hard to find something which will not dry her skin and make her itchy as her excema is getting worse day by day
united11115/09/2019 21:26

This helped my child abit because she had excema but not a lot. Finding it …This helped my child abit because she had excema but not a lot. Finding it very hard to find something which will not dry her skin and make her itchy as her excema is getting worse day by day


Have you tried cutting dairy for 30 days? Absolutely healed my 2 kids and they're dairy free now. As soon as they have some chocolate or exposed to dairy, they're full of snot and scratching their skin. Very common apparently and on the increase.
united11115/09/2019 21:26

This helped my child abit because she had excema but not a lot. Finding it …This helped my child abit because she had excema but not a lot. Finding it very hard to find something which will not dry her skin and make her itchy as her excema is getting worse day by day


Try cetraben
Why do I need my baby to be moist? Surely it'll make her easier to drop?
mrdgx15/09/2019 21:46

Have you tried cutting dairy for 30 days? Absolutely healed my 2 kids and …Have you tried cutting dairy for 30 days? Absolutely healed my 2 kids and they're dairy free now. As soon as they have some chocolate or exposed to dairy, they're full of snot and scratching their skin. Very common apparently and on the increase.


Finding it hard to cut milk because she has it alot any suggestions on what to do and how please
Scott120715/09/2019 23:06

Try cetraben


Not heard of that will give it a go Iv tried so many products just to make her better
united11115/09/2019 21:26

This helped my child abit because she had excema but not a lot. Finding it …This helped my child abit because she had excema but not a lot. Finding it very hard to find something which will not dry her skin and make her itchy as her excema is getting worse day by day


Gave you tried the orange cream?
united11116/09/2019 08:54

No where do I get that from and what’s it called


Its called the orange cream and you can only get it online
I e trued it with my little on hes 9 but suffers from really bad eczema and ive started using this a weak ago.
its made alot of difference
shakila.hussain16/09/2019 09:00

Its called the orange cream and you can only get it onlineI e trued it …Its called the orange cream and you can only get it onlineI e trued it with my little on hes 9 but suffers from really bad eczema and ive started using this a weak ago.its made alot of difference


sorry for the spelling mistakes
united11116/09/2019 07:54

Finding it hard to cut milk because she has it alot any suggestions on …Finding it hard to cut milk because she has it alot any suggestions on what to do and how please


I’d get advice from a doctor not a HUKD member. Also I suspect they won’t advise to cut out a child’s dairy intake, very important for growth. I know some people like the herbal and alternative route but I tend to stick to the qualified professionals, especially when it comes to my child.
stevieshoes15/09/2019 19:30

This or aveeno?


Found aveeno quite good as a moisturiser for eczema prone skin.
Spencer716/09/2019 09:12

I’d get advice from a doctor not a HUKD member. Also I suspect they won’t a …I’d get advice from a doctor not a HUKD member. Also I suspect they won’t advise to cut out a child’s dairy intake, very important for growth. I know some people like the herbal and alternative route but I tend to stick to the qualified professionals, especially when it comes to my child.


Very important for growth....for baby cows. Contains growth hormones for cows for that reason. Very often medically qualified persons are bound by concerns over liability rather than sound advice. Cutting dairy for 30 days as a trial to benefit your child's health is a proactive step and can easily be reversed if there's no difference.
I use this myself, only thing that’s worked well on my skin without oiliness/ dryness/ breakouts

Having said that this would last me about 2 years
I used to use aveeno but I much prefer this
united11116/09/2019 07:54

Finding it hard to cut milk because she has it alot any suggestions on …Finding it hard to cut milk because she has it alot any suggestions on what to do and how please


Depends what age I guess. I waited until my kids were one. The alternatives now are great - M&S coconut milk drink (free from section) is superb for cereals, porridge etc and koko dairy free yoghurts are great too.

If your child is still having milk as majority of caloric intake then probably seek advice from dermatologist.
Great stuff
Cheers OP. Heat added
Heat! Thanks op i need these for my eczema in the winter
Edited by: "_Tris_" 16th Sep
Beware ordering this on subscribe and save, if the price goes back up before your delivery they will charge the higher price.
united11115/09/2019 21:26

This helped my child abit because she had excema but not a lot. Finding it …This helped my child abit because she had excema but not a lot. Finding it very hard to find something which will not dry her skin and make her itchy as her excema is getting worse day by day


I've found Epaderm emollient to be really good - can be applied to the skin and used in the bath. It is quite expensive, but you might be able to get it on prescription.
Edited by: "mail44" 16th Sep
mail4416/09/2019 10:17

Beware ordering this on subscribe and save, if the price goes back up …Beware ordering this on subscribe and save, if the price goes back up before your delivery they will charge the higher price.


For the first order they honour the initial price. It's only ongoing orders they amend the price.
united11116/09/2019 07:54

Finding it hard to cut milk because she has it alot any suggestions on …Finding it hard to cut milk because she has it alot any suggestions on what to do and how please



If dairy could be causing it or making it worse surely its worth trying to wean her a bit to see if it improves, there are lots of non dairy alternatives you could try to see if it makes a difference.
I've always used Diprobase since I was young and use it on my kids now. Really good and you only need a little bit as it goes a long way. Any really bad eczema needs a steroid cream from the doctors.

Diprobase Eczema Cream 500g For Treatment of Eczema Symptoms and Dry Skin amazon.co.uk/dp/…1NV
arny16/09/2019 10:36

I've always used Diprobase since I was young and use it on my kids now. …I've always used Diprobase since I was young and use it on my kids now. Really good and you only need a little bit as it goes a long way. Any really bad eczema needs a steroid cream from the doctors.Diprobase Eczema Cream 500g For Treatment of Eczema Symptoms and Dry Skin https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0160Y4TYM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_uA1FDbDQP21NV


Steroids ruined my skin. Doled out by doctors far too often.
Great deal, bought thanks - they also have the hair&body wash and the conditioner, at similar discounts.
Found this Childs Farm baby moisturizer did absolutely 100% nothing to my Eczema but then am a male adult, its almost as if the company came up with a news story saying omg Eczema cure finally found and it works on my baby which left empty shelves for years.

The best steroid cream for myself after trying the entire A-Z range is Eumovate Ointment (Clobetasone Butyrate), its doc prescription only sadly so not easily sourced. I use it very little and only on the flared up areas on my legs twice daily usually for a few weeks every other day, its the only one that seems to work.

I also use any baby wash soaps free of any soap or nasties, a quid from asda or poundstore just look in the baby section.

Otherwise I just use any ole moisturizer I do like Nivea Soft, £1 from poundstore or esavers store its light and dries after a minute or two, but its the steroid cream that really works.
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