This Lush cream keeps selling out after a viral post claimed it 'cured' a little boy's eczema

It's worth a try...

13 Apr 2018

Skin ailments can really take control of your life until you find a product that works well for you. If it feels like you've exhausted every option possible, however, it's easy to lose hope.

But for the eczema sufferers among us, you could be in luck. One mother from Dorset shared how a cream from high-street store Lush seemed to almost work magic on her little boy, and the post has since gone viral.

As reported by , Sarah Rudd took to Facebook to share her experience with others in the hope that it might be a helping hand. She wrote,

"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.... nothing we were prescribed worked, even hydrocortisone cream didn’t touch it.

"Tried dairy free formula, Dermol, Nizarol, Aveeno, Oilatum.... nothing made a difference. He didn’t sleep for 4 months because he scratched non stop all night. After a shout out we were recommended Dream Cream by Lush and gave it a go; it’s transformed his skin and he’s now completely and utterly eczema free. For anyone else having a hard time, it’s done the job for us"

You can see from the photos how unbelievable the results have been...

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.......

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Lush Dream Cream contains all-natural ingredients, including oat milk, rose water, extra virgin olive oil, cocoa butter, lavender and chamomile, for an incredibly soothing and healing experience.

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Sarah's post has had over 43,000 shares, so if you don't manage to get your hands on a tub, the Oaty Creamy Dreamy shower cream has a similar ingredients list, as does the Sleepy cream.

We think it's definitely worth having a chat with your GP to see if this cream could be a good fit for you.