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MooGoo Eczema & Psoriasis Cream

MooGoo Eczema & Psoriasis Cream Questions & Answers

4.0 from 110 reviews

37 questions from our users

Rach

Rachasked

Is this cream non comedigenic? I've been using it to treat mild psoriasis, it has been working well. But I also have acne prone skin so it's essential for any facial products (face creams, makeup etc) to be non comedigenic.

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sameera b.

sameera b.asked

my daughter has pytriasis rubra pilaris...she's on steroids .. can i use this for her

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Shane E.

Shane E.asked

Am wondering if it will do anything for Rosacea ... spell check.

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Niamh

Niamhasked

Is cream suitable for 1 year old?

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Brad Mcguinness
Brad Mcguinness

It should be fine for anyone. It is gentle and full of natural products. Is sls free and no parabens. Best advice is to contact producers on 1300 213 828 or check their website at https://moogoo.com.au/about-us

Good luck.


Adi

Adiasked

My daughter she is 6 weeks old.. her face is so rough and itchy.. she is very uncomfortable.. can I use her on face ?

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Anne

Anneasked

Where can you buy moo goo?

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Brad Mcguinness
Brad Mcguinness

I buy it from the producers online https://moogoo.com.au/about-us


De Faith

De Faithasked

Will this be any good for an infant under 1 years old?his eczema is out of control.

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Pippi
Pippi

Yes u


Mary

Maryasked

I want to buy some, How? What is the price please?

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Cassandra W
Cassandra W

I went to my local pharmacy & asked for natural eczema cream& the pharmacist recommended Moo Goo. I paid about $20


Tearani1

Tearani1asked

Hi I am living in Tauranga New Zealand and I'm trying to see if there is an outlet that carries your product close to me are you able to assist me?

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Cassandra W
Cassandra W

Hi there, i am not 100% sure if they stock it in New Zealand, maybe ring up your local chemist & ask if they stock it.
Otherwise you can search on internet moo goo eczema cream stockists/ online chemist.

kiwi82
kiwi82

https://www.frogsandtoadstools.co.nz/collections/moogoo - based in Te Awamutu, New Zealand and can buy online


Janet

Janetasked

I have excema on my hands and wrists. What do you recommend?

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TREV

TREVasked

I suffer from grovers disease. Will moogoo cre or help with this problem?

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Did

Didasked

Hi ,My husband gets very red scaly areas around his nose and chin,,sometimes called flares,can you recommend any of your products to help soothe this,seems to be worse when under stress?
Thank you.
Di

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Teju

Tejuasked

I have been suffering from eczema from past 5 months and the skin on my legs has red bumps. Will this cream really be able to reduce the redness completely ?!

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Carol
Carol

Get your Doctor to check out the bumps - they may be an allergic reaction to something, rather than eczema.


James C

James Casked

I have really bad serboric dermatitus on my face will this reduce the redness as nothing works for me?

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Susy

Susyasked

Is this product vegan?

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Danster8
Danster8

Looking at thge ingredients list, there doesn't appear to be any animal products so I'd tentatively say yes, the product is vegan.


Paul

Paulasked

Hi I put the Moo Goo cream for the body on parts of my daughters scalp and she washed it out the next day and clumps of hair started to come out. She washed it with the Moo Goo shampoo and conditioner also so I'm not sure whether it was the cream or the shampoo. She's to scared to use it now but her scalp has improved. Has anyone else had a similar problem and is it save to use again. The cream is amazing on the rest of the body though.
Dee

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Sandra A
Sandra A

The dry patches on your daughters scalp have probably been scab's, when you use the cream it detaches the scab and unfortunately some hair. Don't worry, keep using the scalp cream and you'll see the scalp start to heal. I'd recommend the shampoo product too so there is no more irritation. My daughter suffered for years and her scalp was scabbed in places from scratching, she is now very very happy, no longer scratching and its cleared up a treat x

Paul
Paul

Thanks for your feedback Sandra but Graces hair is still falling out a week later. I am going to take her to the doctor next week.
Dee


Diane B

Diane Basked

I have dermatitis really bad I have tried everything I itch so bad I have bruises and sores what king of woohoo cream will help with itching

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Rads
Rads

Do give Moogoo eczema and psoriasis cream a go.I have used it on my sons (7 month old ).His itching has reduced a lot..he was constantly itching and now its once in a while.However, every one reacts differently to every cream so please do a patch test, pharmacies normally have a tester.All the best.


Gillian R

Gillian Rasked

I suffer with exfoliative keratolysis on my hands mostly would your products help my problem and which one would you recommend?

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Monika
Monika

I'm sorry but I can't help you


Ilybug

Ilybugasked

Hi,
My son has mild eczema i used moogoo on him and the next day his ezcema flared up and spread all over his leg. Is this normal? Should i continue to use the cream so see if the results get better?

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ExNABie
ExNABie

If you think eczema has flared up ,then I wouldn't wait further to see a GP. It's not worth it

Monika
Monika

Stop immediately! Go to your GP


Millie

Millieasked

I have terrible dry itchy cracked skin on my feet and hands to the extent that I cannot walk at times can anyone tell me if this MooGoo works as I am at my wits end?
Millie

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Reign
Reign

I have itchy, red flakey skin. Started using moogoo it helped ], healed in a month or 2. It may be itchy or sting when you put it on but its normal. Just put it on every few hours and in 2 weeks you should see the difference. Answer is. It helps most of the time. Worth giving it a try. My eczema cleared up, Its all gone thanks to moogoo.


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