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Can Childs Farm Moisturiser ‘Cure’ Psoriasis?

Can Childs Farm Moisturiser ‘Cure’ Psoriasis?

HAVING a child with psoriasis or eczema can be stressful for parents.

And many are singing the praises of Childs Farm moisturiser for helping their little ones, but does it work?

Childs Farm baby moisturiser has no artificial colours and is free from parabens, according to the British brand Can Childs Farm moisturiser ‘cure’ psoriasis?

Childs Farm baby moisturiser is made of 98 per cent naturally derived ingredients, has no artificial colours and is free from parabens, according to the British brand.

The formula contains shea and cocoa butters, sunflower seed oil which contains large amounts of moisturising Vitamin E and Omega-6 fatty acids and rosemary leaf extract which has anti-inflammatory properties to help heal irritated skin.

Many people swear by the cream, saying it helped their kids tackle psoriasis, which is a condition that causes red and crusty patches to flare-up on the skin.

Psoriasis causes red and crusty patches with silvery scales to flare-up on the skin Where can I buy Childs Farm moisturiser?

You can pick up various Childs Farm products in Boots or Superdrug, or directly from their website.

With shea and cocoa butter designed to hydrate delicate skin, many adults are fans of the product too.

Childs Farm founder, Joanna Jensen, launched the company in 2010 as part of a quest to find products to suit her daughters’ fine hair and sensitive skin.

Childs Farm claims that in user trials of more than 100 babies with medically diagnosed eczema, 100 per cent of parents reported no irritation to their baby’s skin when using the baby moisturiser.

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What other skin conditions can Childs Farm moisturiser treat?

The moisturising lotion is mildly fragranced and used for newborns and upwards.

It is suitable for sensitive skin, as well as those who are prone to eczema.

Atopic eczema (the most common form of the condition) is more common in children, often developing before their first birthday.

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Psoriasis sufferer says Childs Farm baby moisturiser cured’ her skin condition in just 24 hours – and it helps with eczema too


Laura Gray said she has suffered with the skin condition for years and only ‘harsh’ over-the-counter lotions would help

A WOMAN with psoriasis says a £4 baby moisturiser “cured” her condition” in just 24 hours – as parents admit the cream works for children’s eczema too.

Parents have been praising this £3.99 baby moisturiser by Childs Farm as a ‘wonder cure’ for eczema

But after her mum told her to try the budget moisturiser by a brand called Childs Farm she claims it healed the rash from her arms, neck and chest within a day.

She posted on Facebook earlier this week to recommend the cream to other sufferers and her post has already been shared 38,000 times.Paige Sweeney also praised the cream and said it made a massive improvement on her little girl’s eczema.

These images show the progress Evie-Rae had after using the cream

Laura said: “Needed to share this with you all. I suffer from psoriasis, have done for years.

“I get it all 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 it you.

“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.”

Now, at one year old, she is eczema free thanks to a £4.50 moisturiser

The moisturiser was praised by mum Paige Sweeney last year, who said it had an incredible effect on her three-year-old daughter Evie-Rae’s eczema.

She said she had taken her little girl to see a dermatologist and was prescribed a number of different medications but nothing had worked.

But she says after using the Childs Farm lotion, which is sold in Boots and Asda, she saw a huge improvement.

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Speaking to Chronicle Live, the 23-year-old said: “I saw the moisturising cream on the shelf in Boots and decided to give it a go.

“Within a matter of days I could see her skin starting to clear up. I couldn’t believe it.

“The NHS could save a fortune if they put it on prescription.”


Eczema is a condition that causes the skin to become itchy, red, dry and cracked.

Atopic eczema (the most common form of the condition) is more common in children, often developing before their first birthday.

However, it may also develop for the first time in adults.

It’s usually a long-term condition, although it can improve significantly, or even clear completely, in some children as they get older.

The exact cause of eczema is not known.

Symptoms:Some people only have small patches of dry skin, but others may experience widespread red, inflamed skin all over the body.

It can affect any part of the body but it most often affects the hands, insides of the elbows, backs of the knees and the face and scalp in children.

Treatment:There are many different treatments to help control eczema, including:


  • self-care techniques, such as reducing scratching and avoiding triggers
  • moisturising treatments used on a daily basis
  • topical corticosteroids to reduce swelling, redness and itching during flare-ups


Source: NHS Choices

At the time, she posted the before and after images on Facebook and they were shared more than 40,000 times.

Childs Farm is made by a small British company rather than a giant pharmaceutical firm.

The founder, Joanna Jensen, launched the company in 2010 due to her own daughters’ fine hair and sensitive skin.

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Last month, mum Joanne Nevin praised the cream for “curing” her baby’s eczema that was so severe she looked burned.

The condition got so bad Kelisha, now one, looked “looked like she’d had boiling water poured over her” and and attracted cruel comments from strangers.

But after using the moisturiser and the brand’s baby bubble bath, she was amazed to find Kelisha’s eczema had cleared up in four weeks.