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Woman hails cream that cleared severe eczema and psoriasis in just four weeks

Jun 26, 2019

A woman has hailed the £22 moisturiser she used to clear her severe eczema and psoriasis in just four weeks.

Shannon Lauren said she had been battling skin conditions for three years and despite trying 'every cream out there,' nothing had worked.

That was until the 22-year-old tried the Liz Earle Skin Replenishing Body Balm, the Daily Record reports.

Shannon from Barrhead near Glasgow says it got rid of her red rashes and dry skin in just a month.

She said the results of the cream made her "feel normal again" and her confidence has been restored.

Shannon revealed the results of the 'miracle cream' in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group as she attempts to help others with skin conditions.

She took to her personal Facebook to say: "Hey this is a bit of a long post.. just hope that it might one day help someone else.

"For about 3 years I’ve battled with very bad eczema/psoriasis.

"I’ve tried every cream there is to recommend and literally nothing would work.

"Just about 4 weeks ago my mum told me there was a new moisturiser out by Liz Earle and after smelling it I thought I’d give it a go.

"This is after using it for 4 weeks the difference in my skin all over is incredible.

"It’s currently £22 in boots and I have to say it was more than worth every penny.

"Hope it helps someone else that’s been in the same position as me."

Shannon told the Daily Mail she only tried Liz Earle after her mum bought it.

She said: "It’s a miracle cream for me. I’ve been at the dermatology unit for two years on and off with different medications and creams but nothing ever worked.

"I tried all the retail recommended products such as child’s farm, lush dream cream and it didn’t make any difference.

"The only reason I tried Liz Earle was because my mum bought me it as a gift and the smell was so amazing I thought I’d try it.

"Turns out it literally gave me my confidence back, and made me feel normal again."

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