One Of The UK's Biggest Beauty Brands Is Selling A £7 'Eczema Cure'
But it's selling out fast...
Lush Cosmetics - hailed for their all-natural, handmade, earth-friendly products have made headlines with their £6.95 'Dream Cream' - which is now being sold for anything up to £38 on Ebay after a mum has claimed that the product has cured her son's eczema-ravaged skin.
According to the Independent - the mother-of-five said that she had tried "countless" prescriptions including steroid cream but that nothing had worked until she found Lush's hero product - which she said cleared up the condition, giving her baby Cash 'eczema-free skin' in just a week.
Mum Sarah Rudd's original Facebook post has gone viral, leading to sales going up by almost 200% over in the States alone.
"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."
The "miracle cream" as it's now being hailed, which costs just £6.95, contains naturally soothing oat milk, rose water, extra virgin olive oil, organic cocoa butter, chamomile, tea tree and lavender.
"For me it's what the whole business is about, to deliver effective product that does a little more than it says on the pot," Mark Constantine, Lush co-founder and managing director told the Independent.
Anyone else feels like bulk buying these pots come pay day?!