MooGoo is a range that can be used by mother and baby and is proven to be beneficial for various skin conditions. Sold by our sister pharmacy, Murphy’s Pharmacy in Midleton, we have had rave reviews about these products over the last 12 months from parents and we’ve selected three products below that have proven most beneficial.
1. Moogoo Nappy Balm
As all parents know, babies often get red and irritated skin around the nappy area. This can be caused by either a reaction to urea, or by yeast. The introduction of a barrier cream combined with an anti yeast ingredient is the best way to prevent this. In addition, it would help if the ingredients not only agreed with our skin but our insides too. We all know how much babies enjoy eating anything within arm’s reach. So MooGoo made Nappy Balm. (Class 1 Medical Device)
Even though the refined nut oils used in skin care do not contain the protein that cause allergic reactions, Moogoo made their baby balm nut oil free for peace of mind. Parents already have enough on their plates.
2. Moogoo Scalp Cream
A natural moisturiser for Cradle Cap in Babies or Seborrhoeic Dermatitis in Adults.
Many people, including babies, are troubled by skin that becomes red, dry and sometimes itchy around the scalp, hairline, neck, ears, eye areas, and along the side of the nose and mouth. These are oily areas of the skin and sometimes yeast on the skin can become more prevalent and cause irritation. This version of Moogoos’ moisturising cream helps return the skin to a healthy condition. Like all of MooGoo’s creams, it is safe and non-irritating and can be used anywhere on the body. MooGoo Scalp Cream can also be used as a general moisturiser.
3. Moogoo Irritable Skin Balm
Just because you or your children have a skin problem, it no longer means that chemical based ointments are your only option. This cream took over a year to formulate and license and is both anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal.
It is specifically designed for the symptomatic relief of the following:
- Eczema and Dermatitis.
- Infant Eczema.
- Seborrheic Dermatitis.
- Fungal and Yeast Based Skin Conditions