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LadyScozz Report 1 May 2013 01:36

I ran out :-(

Looked in the cupboard, and found a jar, forgotten about.....

Jeez, it was greasy!

I've been using it for a couple of days, this morning I noticed there was a scribble on the label........ a bit fuzzy........ then it dawned on me..........I used an old jar for the cream I was using............

Last year I had awful eczema, nothing helped (cortizone cream doesn't work for me any more). A friend of ours noticed my scabby arm, said he had something that would fix it.

It did! Really well, the eczema cleared up within a week.

What sort of cream?

Our friend is a vet. The cream is used on cows udders :-D

I'm watching out for strange growths :-D

Moooooooooo ;-)


SylviaInCanada Report 1 May 2013 01:41

:-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond Report 1 May 2013 04:50



Island Report 1 May 2013 08:05

Terrybull! :-D :-D Just mind what's in any fields you might have to pass by :-0 :-D


ButtercupFields Report 1 May 2013 08:10

Wonder if it's the same as the Moo Cream I use on my feet? Makes them soft and silky! Well, what's good enough for a cow's udder is good enough for my tootsies :-D


Dermot Report 1 May 2013 09:55

Rub goose fat on to an aching neck. Sound advice recommended in an episode of Steptoe & Son.


PollyinBrum Report 1 May 2013 11:09

Just turn the udder cheek

:-D :-D :-D :-D :-D


Annina Report 1 May 2013 13:27

Oh was brought up in farming and says he knows this as udder balm,I would love to try this on my scanky feet,wonder where you buy it. :-S :-S :-S


Merlin Report 1 May 2013 13:30

Don,t stand to close to milking machines. :-D :-D :-D


ButtercupFields Report 1 May 2013 14:30

Annina....I bought mine from Amazon, it is called Udderly Moo Cream and is really good for 'distressed' feet! I got it for a friend who was going through chemo which affected her feet, and it worked wonders.


GlasgowLass Report 1 May 2013 15:29

I bought a body moisturiser recently. It was on the clearance shelf in Boots.
It's made by Cowshed and is called Grumpy Cow
Shoulda left it on the sale rack... it's awfy thick!


Island Report 1 May 2013 15:42

Is it an emoolient?


GlasgowLass Report 1 May 2013 15:51

Just had a look at my bargain buy and the sale price ticket shows I paid £3.25
I just googled it, and retail price is £18 !
It smells nice, but it doesn't rub in very well


GlasgowLass Report 1 May 2013 17:48

Oh No Scozz.
Good God In Govan... whatever next!
I only just seen it!
Did the face/udder cream stuff do that to you?
You've turned into a big Heilan' Coo!!!
Udderly Awful!


ZZzzz Report 1 May 2013 18:21

Apparently Shania Twain uses it on her face.


GinN Report 1 May 2013 18:45

Maybe they be a bit backward here in rural Norfolk, but I believe cows udder cream is used on hands (and other areas) by farmer's wives and milkmaids. Ooh Aar!


LadyScozz Report 1 May 2013 18:46

lolol at the lot of you!

This cream isn't available anywhere except from a vet!

It doesn't smell very nice at all.

lol at Glasgow Lass :-D I'm Scottish born (came to Oz when I was 12).... and I grew up next to a dairy farm (where there were NO heilan' coos!)

I'm getting proper face cream tomorrow, from Sanctum :-D


GlasgowLass Report 1 May 2013 20:26

I recommend....
Eight Hour Skin Cream by Elizabeth Arden.
Sold as a beauty product, but it looks and smells medicinal.
( like a darker, smoother vaseline)

It has cleared up every cut, rash, itchy spot or dry skin condition that I have ever used it on!
I buy it in a discount outlet, it's expensive otherwise!


LadyScozz Report 2 May 2013 03:12

I think I'll try goanna oil next



Allan Report 2 May 2013 08:13

Do you know how many goannas it takes to make that oil??

And as for baby oil..... :-0