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user banned Due September 14 (boy); 1 child; Rhode Island 6726 posts
12th Nov '12

1blockquote><b>Quoting Jas ♥:</b>" I love Lush's Dream Cream. I have eczema also. It mostly acts up when the weather changes, this stuff is a miracle."</blockquote>



I have bad psoriasis on my elbows and knees, I've tried pretty much every lotion and steroid cream nothing has made it even a little better. Its so painful in the changing of seasons. How much is this stuff? We have a lush at our local mall.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting Jas ♥:" I love Lush's Dream Cream. I have eczema also. It mostly acts up when the weather changes, this stuff is a miracle."


i have stress related and my outbreaks will last up to a year. If you get persistent outbreaks like i do, I suggest picking up the shower smoothie as well.



Daily use of both will clear up my worst out break in about 2 months (untreated I've had an outbreak last 2 years)



with the cream alone, it can take 6 months to heal my worst outbreaks. I'll take that over 2 years, but as you can see the shower smoothie really speeds up the healing for me.

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting SpaceCowgirl:" :shock: It's beautiful...I imagine it would be crazy to take care of though."


Hehe.. thank you.



She had her first trim back in August. I seriously almost cried because it was her first cut. But I only let them cut off like two inches.. LOL SO wants her to have a little BOB and shit..

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 104409 posts
12th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Samanthaaaa ♥:</b>" 1blockquote><b>Quoting Jas ♥:</b>" I love Lush's Dream Cream. I have eczema also. ... [snip!] ... it even a little better. Its so painful in the changing of seasons. How much is this stuff? We have a lush at our local mall."</blockquote>




It's like $20 a tub. But if it really works it will be worth it. I'm picking some up this weekend for chub. Her whole left side is a scaly mess from psoriasis

JΔS Georgia 75157 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting Samanthaaaa ♥:" 1blockquote><b>Quoting Jas ♥:</b>" I love Lush's Dream Cream. I have eczema also. ... [snip!] ... it even a little better. Its so painful in the changing of seasons. How much is this stuff? We have a lush at our local mall."


$26 bucks for 8oz.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting ♥supermommy:" I'm not comparing her, but other people do :cry:"


my 4 1/2 year old gets asked if she 3 all the time. She has a huge vocabulary and people are amazed at such a mouth full of words comes out of such a tiny girl.



I tell them to look at me and then decide if she's got a snow balls chance in hell of being tall.



I'm only 5 feet tall and my husband is 6 foot.

Derp Due January 10; 1 child; Camp Lejeune, NC, United States 11601 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:" This is my daughter's a little older than 2. It's a crazy mess sometimes. "

She has gorgeous hair.

Derp Due January 10; 1 child; Camp Lejeune, NC, United States 11601 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:" Hehe.. thank you. She had her first trim back in August. I seriously almost cried because it was ... [snip!] ... because it was her first cut. But I only let them cut off like two inches.. LOL SO wants her to have a little BOB and shit.."


No way.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting Samanthaaaa ♥:" 1blockquote><b>Quoting Jas ♥:</b>" I love Lush's Dream Cream. I have eczema also. ... [snip!] ... it even a little better. Its so painful in the changing of seasons. How much is this stuff? We have a lush at our local mall."


26.95 for an 8.4 oz tub of the cream and 22.95 for the same size tub of the wash.



I use it daily and the wash lasts me 6 months. I've had the same tub of cream for a year and a half and it's only half gone.

Veronica m6 Due February 25 (boy); Fort Richardson, Alaska 1514 posts
12th Nov '12

Her hair looks fine. I know it worries you. T-Sal dried my son's hair out soooo bad. What I did was this (and I do hair). I would use the T-Sal shampoo once a week (after his scaling got better) and use a conditioning shampoo at his regular bath. I would deep condition his hair by applying the conditioner and putting a shower cap on, then let it set for 15-20 min and rinse it out. I did that twice a week. And I would spray his scalp with a light oil sheen twice a week. His hair started to grow like crazy. I know you may mot want to use oil in her hair but it really helps just don't go crazy with it. My sister uses it and her hair is all the way past her butt and thick.:wink:

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting Raptor Jesus:" No way."


Yeah, he wants it as easy as possible. I said no way, no how! She'll get a trim, but that's IT.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
12th Nov '12

when I'm not pregnant (because I take extremely hot baths) I use 1 twilight bathbom every other week. It's chalked full of bath melts and it keeps my skin moisturized and not itchy. Even my non effected area's are extremely temperamental and not soaking in a hot bath w/ something in it makes it red and angry.

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting Raptor Jesus:" She has gorgeous hair. "



Thank you. It is quite purty. It's so thick like mine.