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    Default Recommend me a good organic body moisturiser

    Just wondering if anyone can recommend me a really good organic body moisturiser for very dry (eczema) skin.

    I've been searching around for a while and I'm getting rather overwhelmed over all the ones available online and question if they are 100% organic and natural.

    I'm looking for something of a reasonable price as DS and I go through a lot of it with our dry skin.

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    Coconut oil is fantastic. I use it as a hair treatment, skin moisturiser, baby nappy cream, in cooking.

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    I've heard good things about

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    Mi essence and

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2twinboys View Post
    Coconut oil is fantastic. I use it as a hair treatment, skin moisturiser, baby nappy cream, in cooking.
    Yes! Pure oils. Always work better if the skin is slightly moist when you apply. I use olive in a pinch; works better for me as coconut just isn't strong enough. But coconut is great for littlies.

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    MooGoo has been great for our eczema

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    I use lush's dream cream it's amazing and cleared up my DD's eczema

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    Great thanks ladies!!


 

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