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    Moogoo and Sukin although not sure if Sukin's for the really young ones...

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    Thank you so much! Moo goo seems to be very popular... Is that just from a chemist.??

    Has anyone else used 'milk' products. They are always on catch of the day... I was going to try them out .. I think it's Michael klims wife who makes them... I think I remember watching her on the morning show... And I'm pretty sure they are a natural one. Or I could be wrong lol... Any experience with them??

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    I've seen moo goo at a few chemists and a few health food stores. A bit hit and miss as to which ones stock them tho.

    I've used the milk massage oil and its lovely. I was planning to use the rest of there range but got a big pack of moo goo as a gift so will use that instead.

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    I might give the milk range a go next time it comes up on catch of the day then... Is moo goo for certain skin?? Cause I know a friend uses that for her son with eczema.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassieh View Post
    I might give the milk range a go next time it comes up on catch of the day then... Is moo goo for certain skin?? Cause I know a friend uses that for her son with eczema.
    You can look at their website for info and stockists http://www.moogoo.com.au/


 

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