Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser New Big 500ml Bottles. See OP for details but 3 x 500ml bottles for £17.28 delivered (equivalent £2.88 for a 250ml bottle)
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Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser New Big 500ml Bottles. See OP for details but 3 x 500ml bottles for £17.28 delivered (equivalent £2.88 for a 250ml bottle)

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Found 19th Feb
Well my last CF deal went freezing but it helped a few people with little ones like ours, so I'll take the risk again.

Usually very best price for the 250ml bottle of the baby moisturiser is around £2.99, but by the same token own sold out even at higher prices than this.

The CF team have just released big 500ml bottles in response to customer demand. These will retail at £8 each (ouch) but they have 20% off as a launch offer, so £6.40 off.

Use code CHILDSFARMERS on your first order from CF (or your first order on a new email address) to get a further 10% discount.

It's free delivery over £15 so order 3 to work out at £17.28 delivered (equivalent £2.88 price for a 250ml bottle).

This stuff has helped my nephew's bad eczema incredibly. As ever it's trial and error and if you've not used it before don't crack on and spend £17 on it. But a good deal if you like us have found it helps your own or your little one's skin. Highly recommended.

I'll get my blanket and hot water bottle if this is anything like last time! 😁
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hey dr im hot just for the descrip great work
This stuff is amazing for my nephew iv brought this to stock up for him thank op
This stuff is the bomb! heat added x
Why is this moisturiser better than others?
SophieHall5 m ago

Why is this moisturiser better than others?


It's not necessarily better: it just seems a lot of people are getting positive results with it and last year it got a lot of good press. It is likely to do with the natural ingredients. We have tried a variety of things on Joshy's skin including the prescribed stuff (and given I'm a GP and my sister a pharmacist, we have nothing again these choices!): Hydromol was horrid to apply but very effective when he was first very unwell with his eczema as very greasy so stays on rather than water based creams which soak in more quickly. We then used Zerobase for a long time. We find this better as it is easier to apply (a bit less thick), rubs in nicely and seems to go reasonably far. He has fairly bad eczema for his age of only coming up 2, but we are managing to control it with this plus a herbal cream we found and most recently, the dry areas to his scalp seem to have been improved with the baby oil by CF also. It's all a bit of trial and error though. I wish you luck.
Used this on my baby since newborn, worth the money when it comes to your babies imo.
I used this after all the good reviews..and all of a sudden I been scratching all over my body when I didn't even have dry skin all over.. I'm guessing in the odd 1% who the cream doesn't work for :-(
I have psoriasis and it has been amazing. I’ve gone through just about every prescription cream and nothing has eased it. But this is great for me.
Also great for psoriasis sufferers
My son has a little keratosis pilaris we use Aveno which I love but it’s effects are not as good as they were when I started using it. Would anyone recommend this for this condition?
This stuff is a life saver! Cheers for posting.
My daughter has been blighted by psoriasis since childhood which flares up from time to time (now aged 20). I bought this for her after reading the last Daily Fail article and she raves about it and says it has improved her skin enormously.
DrJayDee863 h, 58 m ago

It's not necessarily better: it just seems a lot of people are getting …It's not necessarily better: it just seems a lot of people are getting positive results with it and last year it got a lot of good press. It is likely to do with the natural ingredients. We have tried a variety of things on Joshy's skin including the prescribed stuff (and given I'm a GP and my sister a pharmacist, we have nothing again these choices!): Hydromol was horrid to apply but very effective when he was first very unwell with his eczema as very greasy so stays on rather than water based creams which soak in more quickly. We then used Zerobase for a long time. We find this better as it is easier to apply (a bit less thick), rubs in nicely and seems to go reasonably far. He has fairly bad eczema for his age of only coming up 2, but we are managing to control it with this plus a herbal cream we found and most recently, the dry areas to his scalp seem to have been improved with the baby oil by CF also. It's all a bit of trial and error though. I wish you luck.


What herbel cream is it you use i have tried many and lush dream cream used to help and now its doesnt work and same for child farm n aveeno:(
st073 h, 2 m ago

I used this after all the good reviews..and all of a sudden I been …I used this after all the good reviews..and all of a sudden I been scratching all over my body when I didn't even have dry skin all over.. I'm guessing in the odd 1% who the cream doesn't work for :-(


My children started getting small rash on there face with it
works a treat for me and definately a life saver as i had roscea on my face, this has kept it at bay.

for info as you got to order £15 to claim free delivery Boots has 250ml on offer at minute in stores for £3.19 so tiny bit more but maybe more convenient for some
mightyforest1 h, 7 m ago

works a treat for me and definately a life saver as i had roscea on my …works a treat for me and definately a life saver as i had roscea on my face, this has kept it at bay.for info as you got to order £15 to claim free delivery Boots has 250ml on offer at minute in stores for £3.19 so tiny bit more but maybe more convenient for some


Indeed, that was what my previous deal referred to, alas far less well received!
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