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MooGoo Eczema and Psoriasis Cream

My two and a half year old has been suffering from what I thought was “cradle cap” which i then read doesnt normally occur after One year old.

moogooSo I decided to look into Eczema creams as her skin flaked after using a type of shampoo. MooGoo Eczema and Psoriasis cream was recomended to me by a friend who noticed a huge change in her Psoriasis. It comes in a 120g tube for AU$18.50 from their online store.

It is Australian Made which is a huge plus for me and is not chemical based. The active ingredients are Aloe Vera, Chamomilla recutita, Centella asiatica and Sage Oil. And it is Anti-fungal and Anti-inflammatory. Even after one use on my daughters scalp, left on overnight, her scalp was clearing.

We now use it once a week and her head stays clear of flaky skin. I have also used it on my 12week olds cradle cap and after 2 uses she no longer has the condition. It absorbs quickly into the skin and only a small amount is required.

This is a great product, it may be a little expensive when adding postage, but it is now being stock in some smaller businesses. I thorougly recommend anyone suffering from Eczema, Psoriasis or other skin problems to try this product themselves.

MooGoo has a large range of natural products to suit everybody. Visit their site at www.moogoo.com.au

About Leia Barrett

Leia is married and a mother of one little girl Ayla, born March 2012 and a bub on the way, due June 2014 and fur-mum to a Cavoodle (Zac) and a Spoodle (Sky).

She is a microbiologist and a science, maths and health Secondary School Teacher.

She has a huge love of being a stay at home mum and enjoy doing lots of activities with her girl. Baking and Cake decorating is a huge part of her life and she loves making others happy with her cakes.

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2 comments

  1. Amanda Beard

    This product didn’t really work for my eczema, but their shampoo and conditioner were great for my psoriasis. I find barrier creams or just Chapstick are best for my eczema, they allow it to heal up and prevent further irritation.

  2. Aly Tomlinson

    I found that only the msm cream worked for my son, not the excema cream. But it was very good.