Mother clears up toddler son’s eczema with $10 ‘miracle’ creamDecember 10, 2018
‘His face would bleed’: Mother whose toddler son’s eczema was so severe he would scratch it against the wall in agony reveals how she cleared his skin overnight with the use of $10 ‘miracle’ cream
- Bea Joseph, from Perth, cleared up her toddler son’s eczema with a $10 cream
- The 31-year-old was at her wits’ end after trying steroid creams and moisturisers
- After using the Childs Farm moisturiser once, she noticed a difference in Javi
- Bea isn’t the only mother who has found success with the $10 ‘miracle’ cream
A mother has revealed how a $10 cream cleared up her toddler son’s crippling eczema almost overnight.
Bea Joseph, 31, from Perth, was at her wits’ end from using steroid creams and moisturising little Javi’s skin up to 20 times a day to no avail, when a British friend recommended the $10 baby moisturiser from Childs Farm.
After using the product just once before bed, the 14-month-old’s skin was instantly less red, smoother and not as painful.
‘Even the next morning his skin was improved,’ Bea recalled to FEMAIL. ‘The texture was different and he no longer tried to scratch against my clothes.’
Bea Joseph, 31, from Perth, was at her wits’ end from using steroid creams and moisturising little Javi’s skin (left, before, and right, after) up to 20 times a day to no avail, when a British friend recommended Childs Farm moisturiser
The $8 baby moisturiser selling every MINUTE thanks to its…
‘I noticed a big difference in her skin’: Woman who came up…
‘Is this witchcraft?’ The ‘miracle’ hemp-based skincare that…
How to transform dull, dry skin to hydrated and radiant in…
Share this article
‘Even the next morning his skin was improved,’ Bea (oictured with Javi) recalled to FEMAIL. ‘The texture was different and he no longer tried to scratch against my clothes’
Childs Farm products (pictured) have proven to be hits with both mothers and babies
The 31-year-old mum-of-one said Javi has struggled with eczema since birth.
‘At the beginning we were told to use steroid creams by the doctors, but I wasn’t keen on using them on Javi because he was so young,’ Bea recalled.
‘Instead, I bought various different types of moisturisers and moisturised his skin 20 times a day, with varying degrees of success.’
But, she said, it was ‘so difficult’ because ‘nothing worked for very long’.
‘His skin would bleed from scratching his face against the walls and our clothes, even though both myself and my husband wore silk pajamas to keep him from being able to scratch,’ she said.
The 31-year-old mum-of-one said Javi (pictured left during a flare up, and right: while trying Childs Farm) has struggled with eczema since birth – he was prescribed steroid creams
Within 12 hours, the 14-month-old’s skin was noticeably less red, irritated and bumpy – and Bea said she was ‘so impressed that we finished the bottle within weeks’
It was only by chance that Bea spoke to a friend from the UK, who recommended the Childs Farm $10 moisturiser, after she found success with it.
‘I ordered it right away and coated Javi in it so he looked like a little geisha before bed,’ she said.
Within 12 hours, the 14-month-old’s skin was noticeably less red, irritated and bumpy.
‘I was so impressed that we finished the bottle within weeks and ordered several more, and other products from the range,’ Bea added.
They later ordered other products from the range, including the 3-in-1 swim (left), which has helped little Javi, as well as the shampoo and body wash (right)
Since that point, Javi’s skin has improved tenfold – to such an extent that Bea no longer needs to use steroid creams and he is much happier as a toddler (pictured: their family)
Since that point, Javi’s skin has improved tenfold – to such an extent that Bea no longer needs to use steroid creams and he is much happier as a toddler.
‘He knows the routine now,’ Bea said. ‘Javi even claps when he sees the moisturiser come out as he realises how much it helps him. These days, we use the moisturiser, the hair and body wash and the 3-in-1 product for swimming – which has been great as he loves swimming.’
Doctors and dermatologists have been similarly impressed with the toddler’s transformation.
‘Before, we would have to go to the doctor at least once a week because Javi’s skin was so bumpy,’ Bea explained.
‘His skin would often get so red it would get near his eye and that was worrying.
‘But now, he hardly ever flares up – and if he does, then I know we have the Childs Farm at hand.
‘The quality of his skin is much better and he is in a much happier place.’
Bea said she and her husband even use the Childs Farm products, they are that obsessed with them (pictured: Javi before, and Javi in the bath after)
Bea said she and her husband even use the Childs Farm products, they are that obsessed.
‘After we found success with it, I rang my other mother friends and they are now all using it too,’ she said.
‘I don’t know if it will work for Javi forever, but it’s working now and I can’t rave about the product enough.’
Bea isn’t the only mother who has found success with Childs Farm products.
In March, Facebook user Laura Gray shared her awe of the product on social media – leaving her with 64k shares and 18k reactions.
She stated: ‘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 [to] 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.’
The product has been feted as a wonder product that clears up eczema and other skin conditions for babies, including little Kelisha (pictured before), whose mother said the product has made her baby a ‘different’ child
Meanwhile, another user from New Zealand, Catherine, said on the reviews section of the Childs Farm website:
‘Wow this product healed my painful weeping eczema on my hands.
‘I had tried so many products including prescription products and this fixed it. I need to use it at least twice a day and use gloves for cleaning etc to prevent the eczema coming back.’
‘Her face was full of patches as if she’d had boiling water poured over her. It was just a big scab. She was always scratching and uncomfortable,’ Kelisha’s (pictured) mum, Joanne, recalled
Paige Sweeney also posted on the Childs Farm Facebook page about how it helped her daughter:
‘Anybody that knows me and my daughter will know the trouble we have had with her eczema and allergies… We have tried every single steroid cream and moisturiser, but nothing works,’ she wrote.
‘We see the dermatologist every eight weeks for two and a half years and still no improvement! [I] was in Boots and came across this cream and bath range. I thought I would give it a go and look at the improvement in her skin in a week!’.
‘Within four weeks Kelisha was like a different baby,’ she said. ‘She was more settled and happy because she wasn’t as itchy and agitated,’ Joanne said of Kelisha (pictured now)
CHILDS FARM SUCCESS STORIES
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 $8 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 $8 Childs Farm Baby Moisturiser, after he read about the product online.
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)
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.
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)
Boasting a ‘mild fragrance, gorgeous shea and cocoa butter and some of nature’s finest ingredients’, the cult product sells a bottle every single minute around the world
Another mum, Joanne Nevin, 28, from Ballynahinch, Ireland, also shared how the cream cleared up her baby’s eczema that was so severe it looked as if she’d been burned the condition in just four weeks.
‘Within four weeks Kelisha was like a different baby,’ she said. ‘She was more settled and happy because she wasn’t as itchy and agitated.’
Kelisha’s eczema hasn’t returned since and Joanne continues to use the Childs Farm moisturiser as well as the brand’s bubble bath.
Speaking about her daughter’s condition, Joanne recalled: ‘Her face was full of patches as if she’d had boiling water poured over her. It was just a big scab. She was always scratching and uncomfortable’.
‘Kelisha’s skin is completely clear now,’ she said. ‘I am just over the moon to have such a happy baby back again.
According to the Victorian Government’s Better Health Channel, eczema is ‘an inherited, chronic inflammatory skin condition that usually appears in early childhood. Patches of skin become red, scaly and itchy. Sometimes, tiny blisters containing clear fluid can form and the affected areas of skin can weep’.
Experts recommend ‘using moisturisers and cortisone-based ointments to help ease the symptoms.
‘It is also important to avoid skin irritants, such as soap, hot water and synthetic fabrics,’ the site reads.
Boasting a ‘mild fragrance, gorgeous shea and cocoa butter and some of nature’s finest ingredients’, the cult product sells a bottle every single minute around the world.
To find out more about Childs Farm, you can follow them on Instagram here.
Source: Read Full Article