Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser at Tesco Gallions Reach - £3
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Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser at Tesco Gallions Reach - £3

£3£3.9925%Tesco Deals
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Baby Moisturiser down to £3.00 normally £3.99. Very good for eczema sufferers.
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Think this was the one that was in the papers.
It's supposed to be excellent for treating psoriasis.
jimmy_the_fridge50 m ago

Think this was the one that was in the papers.It's supposed to be …Think this was the one that was in the papers.It's supposed to be excellent for treating psoriasis.


I have psoriasis myself and tried this. Didn't work for mine at all. But for some it must work. Worth a try I suppose though. The duvabet gel prescribed from the doctors works best for me.
Another who bought because of the psoriasis “claim”.

Didnt work for me either
This stuff is working wonders on my nephews eczema , but for someone else I know hasn't made much difference . However even at £3.99 it's super cheap and worth a shot I think
Shelves are always empty.
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chriscompton4 h, 21 m ago

I have psoriasis myself and tried this. Didn't work for mine at all. But …I have psoriasis myself and tried this. Didn't work for mine at all. But for some it must work. Worth a try I suppose though. The duvabet gel prescribed from the doctors works best for me.


Hasn't worked for me either but it is a nicer moisturiser than e45.
Edited by: "nosh10" 31st Mar
Tried it for psoriasis and it did nothing, stick to the steroid cream 🏻
That’s if you can find it. I had to order it from Boots.
Worked for my daughters eczema
Didn't work for me and my lad, in fact it irritated the eczema. Back to steroid and emollient creams for us. Worth a try.
nosh101 h, 27 m ago

Hasn't worked for me either but it is a nicer moisturiser than e45.


E45 cream didn't really do much either for mine to be honest. I've got a moisturiser prescribed now and it's wicked. Does the trick alot better than anything else before. But the duvabet gel makes it near enough dissapear if you keep on top of it. Not sure if you've tried that or not?
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chriscompton31 m ago

E45 cream didn't really do much either for mine to be honest. I've got a …E45 cream didn't really do much either for mine to be honest. I've got a moisturiser prescribed now and it's wicked. Does the trick alot better than anything else before. But the duvabet gel makes it near enough dissapear if you keep on top of it. Not sure if you've tried that or not?


No steriods for me
Made my sons eczema worse - found it quite heavily fragranced which isn’t good for sensitive skin. Bit dubious about the newspaper claims.
Worked wonders for 7 month olds eczema
When my son's eczema looked really horrible I got sooooo much advice... Drove me mad!! Ha
Cos every person is different... MooGoo was recommended A lot more expensive than this and LaRoche Posay again so much more expensive.... They didn't work on him at all!!!! In fact they made it way worse...
This wasn't brilliant but it definitely did help a little.
jimmy_the_fridge10 h, 36 m ago

Think this was the one that was in the papers.It's supposed to be …Think this was the one that was in the papers.It's supposed to be excellent for treating psoriasis.


Someone recommended it as a "miracle cream" so it's never in stock.

Tried the similar "Baby Butter" but that was no good.

There is also Oilatum which is £5 at Asda (best price for that size) and Aveeno which is on offer at Tescos ATM.

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Edited by: "Cremoso99" 1st Apr
If this doesn’t work for you, look into Salcura.

They send samples and have a money back guarantee if it doesn’t work.

The salcura derma spray is a miracle product for my father and the junior version has been amazing for my nephew who has eczema and rosacia.

If you’re looking to find the right product that suits you or your child, if this Child’s Farm product doesn’t work then just have a look online for ‘salcura’and maybe apply for the free samples. It might just be the ‘miracle product’ for you.
Edited by: "sicklysweet" 1st Apr
Another psoriasis sufferer here and it hasn't worked for me either.
Didn’t work for me, only thing that seemed to help me was the forever living aloe Vera gel
St Helen's tesco was stocked this morning, I bought a couple to try but not much works for my son other than steroids and aveeno so we will see.
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