Last week I walked into the chemists looking for something to soothe my very sore arms. I suffer from a relatively mild case of eczema, but over the winter months my skin gets very dry and tends to worsen. Of course our winter seems to be never ending so I felt it was time to try to get something a little stronger to help and possibly try something new. I’m also a bridesmaid for my sister in just under 3 weeks and didn’t want my ugly arms to be a problems.
Anyway back to my story I went in to the chemist for something similar to hydrocortisone cream. Hydrocortisone cream can’t be used daily as it thins your skin so can only be used for a maximum of 5 days, which is fine for a quick fix but I need something I can use all the time. The lady was about to hand me something medicated when she stopped herself put the product down and went over to a range called ‘Moo Goo’. Sounds pretty odd doesn’t it? Well the weirdness doesn’t end there…
The cream she handed to me was called Udder Cream, and no it’s not some strange marketing idea it’s actually cream that has been developed for cow’s udders. Even the packaging still had the instructions for how to use it on a cow!!…
After being slightly surprised by what she handed me, she then explained the benefits of it. It’s totally natural and is supposed to be one of the newest and most exciting skin care products on the market. Now I’m a complete sceptic and never usually fall for this kind of sales pitch but it seemed worth a try.
So the product claims to easily penetrate the skin with healing ingredients and is non-greasy. Full of skin repair ingredients and Milk Protein for Skin Elasticity. I’d also been told it had itch relief qualities which I needed to check out for myself.
What’s in it?
You need to see the table of information they give you on the product, shows how much they know and care about what they’re creating…
What’s the history behind it?
MooGoo’s Skin Milk Udder Cream is being recommended by a number of oncologists and hospitals in Australia due to its efficacy in helping the recovery from chemo and radiotherapy induced dermatitis. A clinical trial initiated by the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital making a comparison between the use of sorbolene and MooGoo Skin Milk Udder Cream is currently underway.
How much is it?
The Skin Milk Udder Cream is £8 for 120ml bottle so if doesn’t break the bank
What else do they offer?
The claim to have a cream for most skin ailments, and have a very large range of products, from face creams, oils, deodorant and shampoo.
So… does it work?
Yes, it really does. The difference on my arms is incredible. I take it to work and probably apply it 3 – 4 times a day. It smells creamy and milky and very non offensive, as it says it’s non-greasy and soaks into the skin well. I’m a complete convert and will be buying more products from the range as I’m convinced my shower gel doesn’t help my condition either, so watch this space as I’ll update you on my
progress with the range.
If you’ve tried the range before or try it after reading this, I would love to hear from you!