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New 'miracle' suncream for eczema sufferers goes on sale

Section: Toddler

As the weather hots up, the makers of a moisturiser dubbed by many as a 'miracle' cream have released a new sun care range that is suitable for those with both sensitive and eczema-prone skin. Hurrah!

Childs Farm has released a range of suncream products aimed at little ones who suffer from skin complaints during the warm weather. The suncream is available as a lotion, spray and a roll-on and is equally suitable for adult skin. 

With the suncream price-pointed at only £10 -12, it's a purse-friendly option this summer. 

In case you missed it, Childs Farm's moisturiser went viral after eczema sufferers claimed the 'miracle creams' cleared their skin. At one point, the company was selling more than one bottle a minute! 

Paige Sweeney, a 23 year old mum from Nottingham, used the product on her three-year-old daughter Evie-Rae. She said; “I’ve tried everything in an attempt to help Evie-Rae. She has had eczema since she was born.

“Her eczema was so painful that she didn’t sleep through the night until she was two. She was constantly scratching and bleeding.

“I saw the baby moisturiser 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.”

Following Paige’s story, hundreds of parents have come forward to share similar stories.

Joanne Nevin, 29, from Ballynahinch, Northern Ireland, tried everything to relieve one-year-old daughter Kelisha’s eczema. 

Desperate to find a solution, Joanne bought Childs Farm’s £4.50 baby moisturiser in June 2017 after reading about the product online. She said: “Her face was full of patches as if she’d had boiling water poured over her. It was just a big scab.

"I read an article about Childs Farm on the internet, so I decided to give it a go. Within four weeks Kelisha was like a different baby. She was more settled and happy because she wasn’t as itchy and agitated. She had always been a happy, smiley baby, even when her skin was bad, but once we started using the products she was smiling all the time.”

The suncream is available to buy from Amazon, Sainsbury's, Waitrose, Ocado and Child's farm

Suitable for babies and upwards. Dermatologist and paediatrician approved as suitable for sensitive and also eczema-prone skin.

Read more:

Childs Farm Toddler Skincare Range Review

The best eczema creams for baby eczema

  • Author: Aimee Jakes Aimee Jakes
  • Job Title: Shopping and Community Editor

Aimee is the Shopping and Community Editor at Bauer Media where she works on fitness, fashion and beauty content across a number of titles such as heat, Closer and Grazia.

Her hobbies include truffle mac and cheese, Class Pass and relentlessly checking (and scolding!) the weather app.

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