Parents of infants with eczema have to check out this story. After three months of fruitless doctors’ consultations, one Irish mom miraculously cured her daughter’s severe eczema by using a cheap and gentle product, which contains shea and cocoa butter.
In the beginning, Joanne Nevin, 28, from Ballynahinch, Northern Ireland, only noticed patches of eczema on her 3-month-old Kelisha’s elbows and legs.
But as time went by, the eczema spread to Kelisha’s face and head, and caused her great pain and discomfort.
The tot was always scratching, and her face—full of red patches—looked as if she had “boiling water poured over her.”
“It was just a big scab,” Nevin, currently pregnant with her fourth child, told Irish Mirror.
Kelisha’s red and blotchy skin attracted a lot of unwanted attention from strangers, who threw curious stares.
“I felt like they were judging me,” Nevin said.
Though Nevin had brought Kelisha to doctors and pediatricians, the steroid cream they prescribed only gave the tot short-term relief.
In fact, according to an Epoch Times article, Dr. Seo Hyo-seok, director of the Pyunkang Korean Medicine Hospital, wrote: “So, I emphasize once again that steroids must not be used under any circumstances whatsoever for eczema.”
Worse still, the steroid caused Kelisha’s skin to bleed and weep. Every morning, she woke up to blood stains all over the pillow and bed quilts.
Seeing Kelisha in agony, Nevin was heartbroken. “I felt awful I cried manys a day,” she recalled.
Feeling helpless, Nevin tried various ways to relieve Kelisha’s eczema; however, all efforts were in vain.
“There was nothing I could do,” she said.
What could Nevin possibly do?
Fortunately, in June 2017, Nevin came across Childs Farm’s Baby Moisturizer online. She bought the cream for just 4.50 pounds (approx. US$6) and tried it on Kelisha, who was then 6 months old.
Miraculously, in just 4 weeks, “Kelisha was like a different baby,” Nevin told Belfast Live.
The tot’s eczema totally vanished!
So, what’s in Childs Farm’s Baby Moisturizer? It is said to be a light and mild hydrating cream, specially formulated with 98 percent naturally derived ingredients, such as shea and cocoa butter. Apparently, 98 percent of parents of infants with eczema recommend using this product, as stated on Boots.com.
“With conditions like eczema, regularly moisturizing is crucial. The condition dries out the skin, causing it to crack and become painful; a gentle moisturizer soothes and hydrates the irritated skin and allows it to heal,” said Childs Farm’s consultant dermatologist Dr. Jennifer Crawley.
Now that Kelisha is cured, she’s “smiling all the time.” Nevin is over the moon seeing her child well again.
“When her skin was bad I could only dress her in baby grows, everything else was uncomfortable, so it was such a brilliant feeling just being able to dress her in normal clothes,” Nevin said.
It’s simply unbelievable the tot’s eczema went away after applying such low-cost moisturizer!
Are you amazed?