Eczema is a skin condition that causes skin to become itchy, red, dry and cracked. Moisturisers and topical corticosteroids can help reduce swelling and redness during flare-ups, but there’s currently no cure for eczema. However, Stacey Patton, 28, and sister Michelle, 25, found relief and a “cure” for their sons’ eczema in an online cream. The two sisters gave birth last years to boys and Acer and Carter, and the youngsters developed the dry skin condition around the same time when they were two months old. Stacey told how she used to pick Acer up out of his cot in the morning only to find his face “covered with blood” where he had scratched his face during the night.
I used to come into his room in the morning and pick him up and find his face covered with blood and his sheets just covered in it
His eczema was also particularly bad on his chest, legs and feet.
The mother-of-three from Sunderland took him to the doctors and they prescribed steroid creams and other moisturisers, but nothing worked. Acer was given a prescription for Piriton when he was just six months as the eczema was so awful.
But her Grandad recommended Stacey try Baby Kingdom Collection Body Cream after reading reviews about its success online.
And after just 24 hours Stacey says Acer’s eczema had cleared up, taking before and after photographs on her iPhone which she then shared on her Facebook page.
“Acer’s eczema was just horrendous,” said Stacey, who has two other daughters Amber, 11 and Alessa, six.
“I used to come into his room in the morning and pick him up and find his face covered with blood and his sheets just covered in it.
“It used to bring me to tears seeing him in such a state.
“I tried steroid creams and all sorts which he had to get on special prescription because he was only six months old and you normally have to be one years old, but nothing worked.”
Stacey said the summer was the worst because she had to keep him in long sleeve tops and jogging bottoms to stop him from scratching and making his skin bleed.
She added: “Our Grandad said he read good reviews about Baby Kingdom Collection online, so I thought I’d try it as I had tried probably just about every other cream out there and because it’s your kid, you never give up.
“Like magic, within a day the Baby Kingdom cream had worked.
“I also bought the 2-1 body wash. It’s unbelievable. I’d never seen Acer’s feet look so good. I can’t recommend it enough.”
Sister Michelle’s lad Carter started developing eczema about the same time as Acer.
He too was recommended steroid creams by the doctors and the mother-of-two said it did work but he had to stop using it after five days as it thins the skin – and then the ‘uncontrollable’ eczema returned.
Fresh from the success Baby Kingdom Collection had on Acer, Stacey, who has another son, Corey, three, immediately told her sibling about it and recommended she buy a bottle.
“Carter and Acer were born only two weeks apart and both have suffered badly from eczema,” said Michelle, also from Sunderland. “Carter used to wake up screaming in the night in pain. It was worse on his knees and uncontrollable.
“Stacey told me about Baby Kingdom Collection because Grandad had recommended it and it arrived on the Friday and, by Saturday teatime, Carter’s skin had healed up. It’s been called a ‘miracle cream’ by people and that’s exactly what it is.”
The cream contains coconut oil, argan oil, sweet almond oil, castor oil, vitamin E, aloe vera, chamomile and nettle extracts.
All of these ingredients have been found in studies to relieve the symptoms of eczema.
But if you do begin to experience the symptoms of eczema of if moisturisers don’t work, see your GP.
A baby whose feet tore when he tried to walk found relieve in a different high-street cream.
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