Mom ‘heals’ painful baby boy eczema instantly with £ 12 ‘magic’ moisturizer
A FRUSTRATED mom has finally soothed her son’s painful eczema after months of flare-ups and doctor visits.
Tamara from Northern Ireland had “tried everything” including a specialist prescribed steroid cream, but nothing worked – until a friend recommended MooGoo Nut Oil Free Natural Soothing Moisturizer .
The £ 12 cream, available from Holland & Barrett and Whole Foods Market, has transformed her baby’s eczema-prone skin, according to Tamara, who dubbed it a “magic cream.”
The young boy, now seven months old, first had a stomach thrust three months ago with a health visitor suggesting a doctor take a look.
They were quickly given a steroid cream to elevate the painful symptoms, but it only worked temporarily.
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“We were given a prescription for a mild steroid cream which helped and I was so relieved. I was told to use the steroid cream on her skin sparingly and for no more than a week, to control it. inflammation and itching, ”Tamara mentioned.
But as soon as she stopped using it, the eczema returned and she was desperate to know why.
Tamara has researched and attributed her son’s condition to TSW (Topical Steroid Withdrawal) – this is when the condition returns, often worse, when not treated with steroid cream.
But Tamara was told by a skin specialist that they couldn’t test babies for TSW, which left Tamara deflated.
Desperate to give her son some soothing relief, Tamara continued to use steroid cream for the next two months while examining lifestyle factors – including diet and skin care ingredients – that could irritate her son’s skin.
The doctor also prescribed alternative creams, but Tamara was uncomfortable using them.
She said, “I did a lot of research, wrote a lot about everything he had in his day-to-day life. We tried a new milk for him, we also found that the coconut inflamed his skin, so we don’t use it in any of our skin care products now.
“I was not happy to use the other creams that the doctors prescribed for us. Some came with extreme warnings, and others the ingredients just looked horrible.
“I went to see a dermatologist but was prescribed more steroid creams. I was really on edge, I just wanted to help my baby feel comfortable in her skin.
It was Tamara’s friend who first recommended her to try MooGoo after seeing many success stories online.
The brand specializes in natural products for skin conditions such as eczema, so Tamara reluctantly bought some – although she had “little hope” that it would work.
I went to see a dermatologist but was prescribed more steroid creams. I was really on edge, I just wanted to help my baby feel comfortable in her skin.
“I thought I had already tried everything to help my son. When my friend saw someone praising MooGoo on an online forum, she immediately said “why don’t you give it a try”. I thought at this point everything was worth trying, ”she said.
“I bought MooGoo Nut Oil Free Natural Soothing Moisturizer with little hope to be honest.
“But as soon as I put MooGoo on my baby’s skin, the redness started to go away. I could not believe it. It is literally a magic cream.
Tamara said it was now the only moisturizer they could use on her skin and that she also paid close attention to the foods he ate to make sure they kept his eczema flare-ups under control.
MooGoo Nut Oil Free Soothing Moisturizer is a lightweight moisturizer made with natural oils like evening primrose oil and 10% organic sulfur, a natural compound that is soothing to the skin.
It is also dairy free, nut oil free, and contains allantoin, aloe vera, and honey which are said to be skin healing ingredients.
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What are the most common signs of eczema?
ECZEMA is a skin condition that causes dry, itchy skin.
An expert said the key to treating eczema is to hydrate.
Speaking to The Sun, Dr Jennifer Crawley, dermatologist and consultant to Childs Farm, outlined the top signs to look out for.
- Itchy skin
- Dry and sensitive skin
- Inflamed and discolored skin
- Rough, thickened, or scaly patches of skin
- Oozing or crusting
- Swelling areas
She added, “To prevent breakouts, hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! Prevention is always the best method when it comes to skin sensitivity, so make sure you take good care of yourself with a consistent and comprehensive skin care regimen.
“My best tip for combating dryness and areas of dry skin is to make sure you nourish and hydrate your skin with a moisturizer. Pay special attention to the hands, but also to the lips and feet.
“Also look for products that contain natural ingredients.”
Geoff Graham, co-founder and director of Grahams Natural Alternative added that during the colder months, the skin can become more exposed to the elements.
He added that the increased use of hand sanitizers means people need to make sure they hydrate their skin as well.
“Hand sanitizers, many of which are alcohol-based, can strip the skin of its natural oils, depleting the skin’s natural protective barrier, leaving hands dry and sore.
“It can cause conditions such as eczema and dermatitis, and can make existing psoriasis worse.”
He recommended oil-based products.