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Woman Says Liz Earle Moisturiser Has Cleared Up Psoriasis In Four Weeks

Woman Says Liz Earle Moisturiser Has Cleared Up Psoriasis In Four Weeks

A woman says a £22 moisturising cream has 'cured' her psoriasis.

Twenty-two-year-old Shannon Lauren has been battling painful psoriasis for three years and has tried a number of different creams and medications, none of which have been effective.

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However, after using Liz Earle's Skin Replenishing Body Balm for just four weeks she says the red, raw patches on her skin have cleared up.

The Liz Earle's Skin Replenishing Body Balm is on sale for £22 in Boots. Credit: Liz Earle
The Liz Earle's Skin Replenishing Body Balm is on sale for £22 in Boots. Credit: Liz Earle

Shannon, from Glasgow, shared her discovery on a Facebook hoping that it might help others who live with the skin condition.

In a post, Shannon shared her 'before and after' shots, with the caption: "Hey this is a bit of a long post... I just hope that it might one day help someone else.

"For about three years I've battled with very bad eczema/psoriasis. I've tried every cream there is to recommend and literally NOTHING would work.

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"Just about four 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 four 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.

Shannon Lauren has been using the cream for around four weeks. Credit: Shannon Lauren
Shannon Lauren has been using the cream for around four weeks. Credit: Shannon Lauren

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

Since her sharing her posts dozens have people have commented thanking her for the tip and vowing to give it a go for themselves; while others were already fans of the cream and hailed it a miracle, too.

One person wrote: "I have psoriasis on my scalp, and it used to come right down to above my eyebrows. About 14 years ago, I switched to Liz Earle and it cleared up within a week."

Another posted: "My son suffers horribly. These photos are so impressive. I need to try it."

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Shannon 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."

She added: "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."

According to the Liz Earle website, the Skin Replenishing Body Balm contains a bunch of active, plant-derived ingredients including shea butter, rice bran oil, black oat seed extract and eucalyptus oil.

Featured Image Credit: Shannon Lauren

Topics: uk news, News

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]

 

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