MooGoo

Since we moved to Windmill land, LPV has had a wee bit of a flare up with his eczema and with the hives situation I have been reluctant to use and strong creams on his sensitive skin, a friend of mine KS posted on Facebook about using an amazing cream called MooGoo. So I had a wee nosey around and thought I’d give it a whirl. There were stockists in Ireland so Roped the in-laws into to buying us a tube and as they were our personal delivery they were coming to stay the timing was fabby.

Now I thought when I started this blog , I’d be up for doing reviews etc but as I’m a lazy Moo  busy with LPV I barely have time to write about the mindless crap stuff I do write about. So I have to state for the record that this all my own opinion and No one is paying me to write this I am happy apart from the gun to my head to share my opinions for free, you lucky lot, don’t say I never give you anything. The cream was fab, its goes on well and isn’t sticky like some other products we’ve used. It made LPV’s skin feel like silk and has almost cleared up his eczema. I’m just really gutted that it’s not available in Holland as I’d be on it like a car bonnet!! It’s made from all natural ingredients and isn’t tested on animals, I try to by-pass the fact they use the term “udder cream” as that sent my imagination through the roof, they have a whole range available for both adults and children and it can help with all types of skin problems.

Mooooo you enjoy shopping there *sorry that was appalling wasn’t it?*

How can you resist that!!

Image from http://moogoo.com.au/

5 thoughts on “MooGoo

  1. Kerry says:

    Off to investigate… haven’t heard about the moogoo! We’ve got a double flare up at the moment for some reason so it might be worth a try!

  2. bluebirdsunshine says:

    Interesting read! Did you buy the Eczema & Psoriasis Balm? Sun has a patch of discoid eczema that flares up on his face that he’s had for over 9mths now. The Dermatologist says to just use steroid cream on an ongoing basis but I hate that it could be damaging his skin longterm. I’m willing to give anything a go, even if I have to ship it from Oz!

    • Expat Mammy says:

      yeah I did, it’s doing wonders, Im sure it wont be too expensive to ship from ireland, there’s a button on the site to get to irish site if not try moogoo.ie

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