A MUM has revealed how a £12.50 miracle cream helped heal her baby son’s bleeding and infection-prone eczema in just days – inspiring others to share their own success stories.
Jade Thompson, 33, from Scotland, took her three-month-old son Mikey to his routine vaccinations thinking nothing of it – but weeks later his skin became irritated and he developed eczema.
What began as just dry skin on the baby’s face started spreading on his arms, stomach and back – soon leaving him covered in painful patches.
“It’s hard to say what triggered it,” explained mum Jade. “We took him for his jabs, he then started teething and developed a chest infection all in a matter of weeks before it started.
“We were surprised when he developed the eczema as we don’t have a family history and neither my partner or I have it.”
Using prescribed creams, Jade was initially able to keep Mikey’s condition under control – but as things got worse and the baby continued to scratch, his skin routinely became infected.
Jade added: “It was really difficult. He went from having beautiful skin to itching so suddenly – we’ve been told that he will one day grow out of it, but it is quite stressful.”
She took the three-month-old to the pharmacy, but when nothing they provided worked, she decided o try out the Irritable Skin Balm by Australian brand MooGoo.
“Within days his skin calmed down – it was such a relief,” she explained. “We use it along with the bubble bath and soothing cream whenever he has a flare up.”
And other mother’s agree, with many taking to Jade’s post to share how the cream has worked for their little one’s too.Mother’s have shared their support for the product, which has also cleared up their eczema woes