Cesarina Schiavone


£3.99 'miracle cream' cured 12 month old toddler of painful eczema within a week

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

It could be good news for parents like me, as one happy mother says moisturiser from Boots £3.99 which is specially made for babies has completely 'cured' her daughter's eczema with in a week.

Yes, you heard it right, within a week! Even I was shocked but it's true.

23 year old Paige Sweeney discovered a miracle cream that has cured her daughter painful skin condition -  which was so worst that 1 year old Evie-Rae's looked like she'd had "boiling water" poured over her body.

She has spent more than 2 years trying to find a cure for the eczema for her daughter with a dermatologist who prescribed antibiotics and steroid cream - but nothing worked.

Her daughter condition was so bad that she was waking up every night and scratching her skin until it bled.

After exploring all options, Paige went out shopping one day when she spotted Childs Farm baby moisturiser in Boots and decided to give it a try.

Describing it as a 'miracle cream', Paige told:

"Evie-Rae also has a nut, soya and egg allergy, so we have to be careful with what we give her.

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."

These moisturiser is “suitable for newborns and upwards with sensitive skin and has been dematologist and paediatrician approved as 'suitable for sensitive and also eczema-prone skin'. 

Available in 50ml also for £1.99

It is a lightweight, hydrating cream which can be applied twice a day to keep the skin moisturised and "irritation at bay".

This product could save so many little skins - i'm getting mine today.