Fashion blogger’s psoriasis that caused his skin to ‘shed like snow’ is ‘CURED’ by £4.50 cream

Damien Broderick had to hoover the floor every time he changed his clothes to clean up the flakes of skin that would fall off his body.
A FASHION blogger claims a £4.50 moisturiser has “cured” the itchy psoriasis that caused his skin to “shed like snow”.

Damien Broderick had to hoover the floor every time he changed his clothes to clean up the flakes of skin that would fall off his body.

 Damien has suffered with psoriasis since he was a teenager
Damien has suffered with psoriasis since he was a teenager
The 26-year-old has suffered psoriasis since he was a teenager and had previously used steroid creams to treat the scaly skin condition, which had cleared it up.

But when it returned last month his GP advised him to look for another therapy as another bout of steroids may not have had the same effect.

Desperate to end his itching Damien, from Dublin, looked at everything from Chinese medicine to acupuncture for relief.

So when a colleague recommended he try Childs Farm baby moisturiser he wasted no time in giving it a go – and within a few days he started to notice a difference.

 His psoriasis was so bad it covered his entire torso
His psoriasis was so bad it covered his entire torso

 The flaky skin condition also covered his back

The flaky skin condition also covered his back
“I was diagnosed with psoriasis when I was around 18 or 19. I just woke up one morning and I was covered in red spots,” Damien said.

“I went to the doctor and was prescribed a course of steroid cream.

“The cream got rid of it within about three months and I didn’t suffer with it again for seven years, but in October this year I woke up and I was covered again.

“My torso and back were completely covered.

 Within days Damien noticed his psoriasis had begun to clear up
Within days Damien noticed his psoriasis had begun to clear up
The £4.50 moisturiser contains 98 per cent natural ingredients
“From my thighs down to my feet it was just flaky red spots all the way down.

“At its very worst it was very raw and itchy and very uncomfortable from the minute I woke up to the minute I tried to go to sleep.

“It was like having really bad sunburn, my skin was cracking.

“Whenever I removed a garment of clothing my skin would shed like snow. I had to get the hoover out when I took my clothes off.”

Psoriasis affects around two per cent of the UKs population.

It is a skin condition that causes red, flaky, crusty patches of skin covered with silvery scales.

It can start at any age, but is more common in adults under 35.

 Ryan was recommended Childs Farm after he was told another round of steroid creams may not work
Ryan was recommended Childs Farm after he was told another round of steroid creams may not work
The patches on the skin normally appear on elbows, knees, scalp and lower back, but can spread to other parts of the body.

There’s no cure for psoriasis, but a range of treatments can improve symptoms and the appearance of skin patches including topical treatments and steroid creams.

Damien, who works in retail, has also been using Child Farm’s hair and body wash.

“My GP had advised against using steroid creams again and I was reluctant to try using sunbeds,” he said.

“I looked into acupuncture but it was too expensive, so a few of my colleagues advised me to try Childs Farm’s baby moisturiser and body wash after reading about the products online.

“I noticed pretty much an immediate effect, the flakiness disappeared.

“It was still red and itchy for a couple of days but then it started to gradually improve every day.

 Ryan had looked at alternative therapies like Chinese medicine and acupuncture
Ryan had looked at alternative therapies like Chinese medicine and acupuncture
“My face cleared up first, then my neck, then my torso, and then my legs. It was as though it was making its way down my body.

“Every time I used it I noticed an improvement each time until what it is now which is almost completely gone.

“I’ve now been using the products for around a month and my skin has almost completely cleared up. I will continue to use them, because for me the results have been incredible.”

Childs Farm, a British brand, told the Sun Online the moisturiser is made of 98 per cent naturally derived ingredients, has no artificial colours and is free from parabens.

The formula contains shea and cocoa butters, sunflower seed oil which contains large amounts of moisturising Vitamin E and Omega-6 fatty acids and rosemary leaf extract which has anti-inflammatory properties to help heal irritated skin.
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Childs Farm founder Joanna Jensen, who launched the company in 2010 as part of a quest to find products to suit her daughters’ fine hair and sensitive skin, said: “We were thrilled to hear that our products have helped to make such a difference to Damien’s psoriasis.

“Psoriasis is a debilitating condition that is difficult to treat, and it can have a huge impact on people’s confidence and quality of life.

“To hear that Childs Farm products are able to offer relief to this condition is fantastic.”

Other users of Childs Farm products have also hailed the cream as a “miracle cure” for eczema.

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