Joanne Nevin, 28, from Ballynahinch, Galway was prescribed steroid cream for her daughter Kelisha who was plagued by eczema from when she was three-months-old .
The condition was so severe, it left Kelisha’s skin bleeding and weeping and made it look as she had been burned.
Within four weeks of using Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser, Kelisha’s skin had settled down and she was no longer itching.
Kelisha was plagued by eczema from when she was three-months-old. Within four weeks of using Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser, her skin had settled down
Paige Sweeney, 23, spent more than two years with dermatologists trying to find a cure for the eczema afflicting her daughter Evie-Rae, now three, but nothing worked.
The toddler would wake up every night, scratching herself until she bled, Paige said.
Then, as a last resort, the Nottingham-based mother spotted the £3.99 Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser on the shelves at her local Boots and decided to give it a go – to her amazement Evie’s eczema quickly vanished.
Describing it as a ‘miracle cream’, Paige said: ‘Within a matter of days I could see her skin starting to clear up. I couldn’t believe it.’
Paige Sweeney, 23, from Nottingham spent more than two years with dermatologists trying to find a cure for her daughter Evie-Rae’s eczema (left). After using Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser the condition started to clear within days (right)
Nicole O’Dwyer, 21, from Tipperary, Ireland, suffered from chronic eczema on her hands since birth and tried countless products on prescription including steroid cream and emollient moisturisers.
Frequently having her hands in water and using hair products made her condition even worse, and she was in constant agony.
But in July Nicole’s dad Kieran suggested she should try £3.99 Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser, after he read about the product online.
Nicole started applying the cream regularly, and within two weeks her eczema had disappeared, leaving her able to carry out her job without any problems.
Hairdresser Nicola O’Dwyer, 21, from Tipperary, Ireland was advised to give up her job because her eczema was so bad (left). But after two weeks of using Childs Farm she was able to carry on without any problems (right)
Psoriasis sufferer Damien Broderick, 26, had to fetch a vacuum cleaner every time he removed an item of clothing in order to clean up flakes of skin that would fall off his body.
Damien from Dublin, previously used a steroid cream to treat the condition, however when the disease returned his GP advised him to look into alternative therapy, as another course of steroids may not have the same effect and could potentially do more harm than good.
Desperately looking for a solution, he looked into everything from Chinese medicine to acupuncture, but was advised to try Childs Farm products by a colleague.
Damien bought the brand’s Baby Moisturiser and Hair and Body Wash, and within days he started to see a visible difference in his skin.
Damien Broderick from Dublin had such bad psoriasis he would have to vacuum up the flakes of skin (left) but within days of using Childs Farm he could see a visible difference in his skin (right)
Fergus Littlejohn, two, from Aberdeenshire was able to enjoy his first bubble bath with his brothers thanks to Childs Farm products.
The youngster suffers from intolerances to dairy and soya, which used to cause his skin to flare up and become dry and itchy.
He was prescribed emollient products and steroid ointments, but his mother Lydia, 33, was delighted when Childs Farm tangerine bubble bath and baby moisturiser helped to soothe Fergus’ itchy skin.
Fergus Littlejohn, two, from Aberdeenshire suffers from food intolerances and used to develop dry and itchy skin as as a result (left). Since using Childs Farm bubble bath and moisturiser his skin issues have cleared (right)