Of all the distressing conditions a baby can suffer from, eczema is definitely one that causes lots of issues!

My Max suffered badly, especially on his face, due to CMPA. Luckily for us, Neocate formula did the trick but even a change of formula and steroid ointments don’t even begin to help for some poor babies.

Mummy Sarah Rudd from Poole, Dorset, had tried pretty much every suggestion and was at the end of her tether… until she happened upon Lush Dream Cream!

Final post about the baby’s skin, most of you saw he was a hot mess last month with the eczema he’d had since birth…….

Posted by Sarah Rudd on Saturday, 7 April 2018

What is Dream Cream?

Dream Cream is sold by the natural bath & beauty chain ‘Lush’, and contains naturally soothing ingredients including oat milk, rose water, extra virgin olive oil, organic cocoa butter, chamomile, tea tree and lavender oil. It costs £6.95 for a 100g pot, £13.95 for the 240g pot, and £22.95 for the 540g – costly, but it spreads far and if it’s as effective as people are lauding it to be, it will be worth every penny.

Have you had success with Lush Dream Cream? Tell me in the comments!

Love from Katie. Xx

 

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