Lush is famous for it's fizzing bath bombs and powerfully scented stores that call you in as you walk by. But can one of Lush's products cure eczema?
Dermatitis, or eczema, is a type of skin inflammation that millions of people suffer from. It's usually helped with some form of hydrocortisone steroids. But a mother in Dorset, UK, recently posted on Facebook with a story about how Lush's Dream Cream cured her baby's eczema!
Sarah Rudd posted about having tried prescription medication, include hydrocortisone, as well as other remedies without avail. After being recommended Dream Cream, they gave it a try and the baby's skin was transformed!
Lush's Dream Cream contains oat milk, olive oil, cocoa butter, lavender, and chamomile as advertised on the site, which all help to soothe sensitive, dry or chapped skin. The featured ingredient, tea tree oil, is a popularly used ingredient in skin care products. Dream Cream retails for $29.95 for 240g.
Dream Cream's ingredients could definitely help skin inflammation and eczema. Reviewers on Lush.ca have rated the product 4.5 stars out of 6, with 92% of 168 respondents choosing to recommend to a friend.
Let us know what you think! Have you tried Dream Cream?