Have You Tried The Miracle Cream Everyone's Talking About?

Have You Tried The Miracle Cream Everyone's Talking About?

Have you got your hands on the 'miracle cream' that's currently wowing the nation via social media?

Mail Online reports:

A mother claims her psoriasis disappeared after using a cream for children that has been branded a 'miracle moisturiser'.

Laura Gray, from the North East, suffered from the incurable skin condition for years. Only 'harsh' creams from pharmacists offered her any sort of relief.

But her patches were gone within a day after her mother's suggestion to try Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser, which she bought from Asda.

Her post, which has been shared more than 46,000 times, said:

Needed to share this with you all. I suffer from psoriasis, have done for years. I get it up my arms, neck and chest and up until yesterday only hydrocortisone cream would get rid of it but it’s really harsh and only pharmacists can give you it. Yesterday my Mam told me try this baby moisturiser. I’m not joking 24 hours later my psoriasis is gone! Anyone suffering with psoriasis or eczema you need to try this! £3.99 in Asda in the baby aisle or online at childsfarm.com❤️

I'm usually a bit of a sceptic when it comes to viral posts like this but I'll let you in on something – I have recently discovered the wonders of Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser for myself and it's nothing short of magic. My daughter doesn't have psoriasis but she has suffered from patches of dry skin all over her body ever since she was born, and nothing really seems to touch it. But, lo and behold, a sample of Childs Farm goodies arrived on my doorstep last week in my capacity as a parenting journalist and sure enough my daughter's skin is vastly improved since I started slathering her in it after her bath every evening.

And yes, I've taken to plastering it all over my hands after washing up and have even been using it in place of my usual face cream. Miracle cream? I'm going to have to agree, this time.

We'd love to hear your views on this story. Have you tried Childs Farm products and do you agree that they seem to have magical properties? Or is there another product that you swear by for easing eczema and psoriasis? Leave us a comment here or come and join the conversation over on our Facebook page.


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  • Bec L.

    Didn’t work for my daughter :joy:

    • Lydia M.

      this is what I was telling you about!

    • Rachelle L.

      Eczema is so individual its great it works for some but just be open minded! Aveeno and dermol have worked wonders here.

      • Emma J.

        Snap x

        • Sarah J.

          Dermol has been a god send for my little one. This stuff burnt his skin :weary:

        • Gemma S.

          Didn't work for my daughter unfortunately :frowning2:

          • Steve B.

            Oooo might give it a go xx

            • Gemma M.

              Keep reading about this, might be worth a try with you and Evie?

              • Judy L.

                People have been talking about it at work..... think I need to try it.

                • Gemma M.

                  I’m gonna get some as my skin has been super dry lately to. Think asda do it....

                  • Judy L.

                    someone said they got it in boots

                  • Carly E.

                    They do another version with a pink handprint on the front which works for us better than the duck one. It has tea tree and grapefruit in. Both my daughters had eczema, we tried this cream and it is a miracle worker, we was having to previously use hydrocortisone cream everyday, and since using the cream we haven’t used any! Would def recommend

                    • Angela M.

                      I was just about to ask this cause I've bought this one and wondered if it had the same effect.

                      • Carly E.

                        Well I bought the handprint one thinking it was what they was on about, and it worked amazing! I then saw the duck one and thought I’d give that a try also, their eczema started to reappear. So went back to the other. I actually asked child’s farm and they said the only difference is the duck on has subtle fragrance, but the other has grapefruit and tea tree which is calming soothing on the skin, I presume it’s different in different skins but for me the handprint one is fab. I still use it on my daughters daily , they are 3 and 5 x

                        • Angela M.

                          Good to hear, it's for the hubby. He has psoriasis and non of the conventional creams and potions are working so definitely worth trying.

                          • Carly E.

                            Angela Mansfield I would def give it a go. Hope it works as well for him, we noticed a difference immediately x

                          • Edyta W.

                            I'm afraid it didn't work for my daughter. I am not convinced it works if it's used for eczema caused by food allergies.

                            • Kirsty M.

                              We're having the exact same problem! It helps with her everyday eczema but when it flares up if she eats something she's not meant to then nothing helps.

                              • Edyta W.

                                Yup, back to hydrocortisone and start the process again...

                              • Toni M.

                                Am I the only one in the world who’s allergic to this too?! My skin is soooo sensitive :cry:

                                • Rhiain B.

                                  heard so many people rave about it x

                                  • Rachel E.

                                    Will have to give it a try xx

                                    • Kelly M.

                                      Yes tried and tested for psoriasis and touch wood it's not returned!

                                      • Kirsty F.

                                        I'm trying it for the first time today, would love for it to fade just a little

                                        • Sammie M.

                                          How long did it take before you seen difference? I'm on day 2. I had a baby 14weeks ago and want to take him swimming but I get embarrassed by it.

                                          • Kelly M.

                                            Hope it works, I noticed a difference after 48 hours, I had used Dermol cream that the doctor had given us as a daily moisturiser and then used this cream and within 48 hours it had gone and the faint scarring my daughter had disappeared too, I have to say i was stunned! I'm hoping it doesn't return but use this now and again just to keep the skin moist.

                                          • Alix C.

                                            Nope no use for my little boy either! :confused:

                                            • Cathy B.

                                              I bought some of this today and have put some all over my Psoriasis tonight. Will see how I get on.

                                              • Jordann G.

                                                Heard about this... might give it a try

                                                • Kirby O.

                                                  We got a free sample from swimming the bubble bath smells like strawbs!!

                                                  • Fiona B.

                                                    Will have to grab some of this when I see it! She’s got a new fabric bed and I’m starting to wonder whether it’s like dust mites or something from the material now! :weary:

                                                    • Danielle B.

                                                      Bought this yesterday for my 2 year old we have tried everything under the sun and even steroid cream doesn't work it only goes during warmer months. I hope it works will save keep going to the dermatologist and doctors

                                                      • Jordann G.

                                                        Oooo really?! Might have to invest. Ella can’t have any bubble bath in her bath now :pensive:

                                                        • Connie S.

                                                          Yep used it and it’s worked