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This Mum Is Claiming That Lush’s Dream Cream Has Completely Cured Her Son’s Eczema

The before and after photos are pretty convincing.

If you've ever suffered from eczema, then you know that finding a solution to the skin issue can often be a daunting task.

From prescribed creams to at home remedies, it's common for eczema sufferers to try multiple methods before finding something that works for them. Though one mother in the UK believes she has found a cure for the condition: Dream Cream by Lush.

In a public post on her Facebook page—which now has over 42k likes—mother Sarah Rudd explained how Lush's Dream Cream product drastically transformed her baby's skin, leaving him "completely and utterly eczema free."

Rudd outlined how she had tried multiple methods to help her 4-month-old son, though nothing seemed to work. "Tried dairy free formula, Dermol, Nizarol, Aveeno, Oilatum.... nothing made a difference," the mother wrote.

"Nothing we were prescribed worked, even hydrocortisone cream didn't touch it," she explained.

After taking to social media to look for a solution, someone recommended Dream Cream by Lush to Rudd, and the mother has not looked back since. "For anyone else having a hard time, it's done the job for us," she wrote.

Sarah Rudd is not the only person who has been raving about the Dream Cream's eczema curing capabilities, several reviews online also praise the product for the same reason.

"This is by far, the best hand cream I've ever had. I've had severe eczema on my hands since I was a child and I've never had a hand lotion that worked as well as this," one customer wrote.

"They named this lotion right! This is the DREAM cream. I love it so much! It is super cooling and moisturizing. I have eczema and this has definitely helped to make my skin less dry and itchy," reads another customer review.

While this cream certainly worked for Sarah Rudd and her son, it's important to remember that every skin type is different and not everyone will react in the same way. We suggest patch testing the product before use.