Sunday, 1 May 2016

Moo Goo!! For psoriasis and Eczema.

So if you have been reading my blog posts you will know I have been having issues with psoriasis. A friend of mine had seen Moo Goo irritable skin balm floating about facebook and sent me the info. I immediately ordered some on a Sunday night and it arrived Tuesday morning. Super quick shipping.

The before and after pics looked fab and my son also has dry patches on his face that nothing was seeming to calm. The irritable skin balm is the one for eczema, psoriasis and dry itchy skin. I also ordered the Soothing MSM cream as an all over cream. It says that these are made from edible oils. I am not going to try them but it helps to know the ingredients are natural products. Especially for babies.

The order came with an amazing array of samples which of course made me very very happy!

The samples seemed to be made for me! ha! With a Scalp treatment which was great because my psoriasis were head to toe! I used this straight away and my scalp felt great after and it definitely eased the itching for a day or two. It came with a scalp friendly shampoo and conditioner. Milk wash, which is a body wash. A sample of Full Cream moisturiser. Udder Cream, a repair moisturiser and last Cow Lick Balm, a lip balm. 

So I have been using the Irritable skin balm for about a month and this stuff works. I cant say that it will completely cure your skincare issue but this helped the symptoms for me. Here are the before and after pictures. I am still battling the ones on my legs but these were newer ones that just arrived but this stuff is working it's magic! 


(Sorry about the angles and lighting.)

This worked great for my sons face. I apply it every night before bed. 

The packaging for this stuff is so cool. The box itself has a cow on it and the Soothing MSM cream comes in a milk type carton. 

I purchased my Moo Goo at I know Inish Pharmacy in Carndonagh also has all their range and I picked up my second bottle there.  This retails at the €16 mark. For stuff that works I think this is pretty good.

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