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Win 1 of 20 Bottles of Salcura Gentle Skin Therapy Spray

Enter to win a bottle of Salcura Gentle Skin Therapy Spray - a natural treatment for baby sensitive skin
Congratulations to sidney82, bevk71, Cheryl1234, fudge1973, StewartnKaren, emmafranco, Melsunmartin, Twiggy123, Cinders26, angiehoggett, kaz77, smita, brightilghts, sarahinclover, kandi501, dancingkillbill, bell131313, Karen31, Sinead1978 and sein who have been chosen as our lucky winners!

Prizes: We have 20 bottles of Salcura Gentle Skin Therapy Spray (worth £9.97 each) to give away.

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The Salcura Natural Skin Therapy range comprises natural skin care products that are ideal for both babies and adults. What's more, all Salcura products have been specially formulated for eczema, psoriasis, dry and itchy skin conditions.

One of the most popular products in the Salcura range is the Gentle Skin Therapy spray and for good reason. This cooling, soothing and calming natural spray solution is suitable for babies as young as 2 months old and is perfect for infants with skin problems like skin rashes, dry skin or eczema.

Salcura's Gentle Skin Therapy spray provides a natural alternative for treating your baby's skin complaints. It's completely free from steroids, paraffin, alcohol, parabens, lanolin, anti-biotics and gently cleanses, moisturises and protects your baby's skin.

Gentle Skin Therapy is a very easy to use spray on liquid that can be applied directly onto the skin as many times a day as needed.

It's formulated with specific ingredients that provide hypersensitive skin and baby skin with relief from irritation and itching and helps break the itch-scratch cycle.

What's more, by providing the skin with essential nutrients Gentle Skin Therapy spray aids the skin cells and skin tissue in its own natural self repair process. Mild essential oils and moisturisers help prevent dryness enabling suppleness of the skin and provide a natural antiseptic. This unique Salcura formula will nourish and heal sensitive, sore and broken skin and ensures that your baby does need to suffer.

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I would hope that this would work as I have had itchyness all over my body since week 18 of my pregnancy, I am now 24 weeks, have been prescribed cream by the doctor which exacerbated the problem now I am taking antihistamines which help more. I'm hoping that this would help me cope a bit better with the itch. If I don't win I will more than likely buy it anyway to see if it does what it says on the blurb. Fingers crossed. It would be great to use on my baby when he/she comes if he/she inherits their daddys psoriasis, anything that doesn't have chemicals in is ok by me.
by debsd81 15th Jun 2009, 9:36am
It will be interesting to see if it works as I suffer from Eczema and at the moment it is quite bad, especially the backs of my knees.
by Nikki71 12th Jun 2009, 9:14am
This product sound fantastic. My son suffers badly with eczema.
by Kitty1969 12th Jun 2009, 9:13am
AAAHHHH!!!!!! Im 26 weeks pregnant and went on holiday to Spain when I was 22 weeks where I started to develop a heat rash all over my body thinking it was just caused by the sun and it would disapear soon. Much to my horror , sleepless nights and constant scraching ive still got it and researched that it probably will last for the duration of my Pregnancy (another 14 weeks!!!!). Ive been prescribed cream and tablets from the doctor and have had no relief so I would love to try this cream in hope that it will work wonders and I can get back to enjoying my bump again. WATCH THIS SPACE XXXX
by Cazba 12th Jun 2009, 9:13am
It will be of ones benefit for use for both me and my baby or even help a friend who may have a similar problem.

I encourage every mother to participate and try her luck.

God help me to win.
by 1976 12th Jun 2009, 9:13am
hope i win
by periwinkle 11th Jun 2009, 9:15am
I should be very interested in trying this produce my son aged 19 months has chronic eczema and I'm keen to try any products other than constant steroids.
by Blank 10th Jun 2009, 10:02am
my grandson suffers terribly with eczema - hope this does the trick.
by witsend 8th Jun 2009, 10:06am
not tried it but my son has psoriasis an im due another baby in june,i also get dry bits an love tryin new products x
by cheyx 26th May 2009, 12:45pm
I have tried this product on my 6 months old son chicks, and Salcura Gentle is absolutely fantastic!!! helped him a lot, he stoped scratching himself and his face has cleared out. but its quite expensive, would be great to win one bottle for my Daniel.
by annazet 26th May 2009, 12:45pm
Just a new grandma and want the best treatment for my new grandson's skin. Would love to try your product.
His mum has very seneitive skin and feel he may be the same.
Thank You
Cathy the proud granny
by bingo 26th May 2009, 12:44pm
This sounds great, I have psoriasis myself and if it turns out the baby has skin problems it's nice to know there are products out there!
by ktandbabyo 22nd May 2009, 9:25am
My 4 year od son suffers very badly with Eczema/Dry Skin, we have tried many types of creams/solutions etc, but had never hard of this product before. To win the chance of trying this product would be fantastic
by Louise79 20th May 2009, 9:25am
I hope i could win it.I sounds very interesting.:)
by magy 19th May 2009, 12:21pm
if i dont win i will buy some anyway as i like the fact its got no chemicals in it!
by slinkycateyes 18th May 2009, 9:42am
Hope i win
by siakhan 14th May 2009, 10:07am
sounds good as babys get all sorts of rashes it would be nice to try something natrual
by jil3681 14th May 2009, 10:06am
these seems a really good prize.
by pumpkin1984 12th May 2009, 9:58am
Ive never heard of this but it sounds really good
by xKerrynx 8th May 2009, 9:57am
I have never heard of this but i would love to try something 'natural' on my babies eczema. I really am losing patience with health visitors and doctors telling you one thing then another and all the tiome it is spreading to her back , arms, belly and now only today her face!! I have beeen told now that she might have this because she 'might' be allergic to her baby milk! She will be 5mths old next week and she has had 5 different formulas already which couldnt be good for her. If anyone else has had this problem plz plz plz let me know..
by jem1 7th May 2009, 9:24am
my son has ezema especially on his eyes ireally hope i can try one before i start using it cause i dont know how many creams the gp gave me for him and they are not that affected poor my little sweetheart
by charmar 7th May 2009, 9:24am
I have a 6 year old that suffers with psoriasis, she suffers with it head to toe when bad. the doctors have given me steriod creams but i'm very concerned at using these as they thin the skin.
I also have a 7 month baby and he suffers with eczema which doctors have given him a cream. i would love any ideas or any lotions or potions that many help.
by gemzigam 5th May 2009, 12:27pm
This is a recommended product.
by simily 5th May 2009, 12:26pm
i have four children all with eczema, the youngest being 4 months so would love to give this a go.
by fizzylouise 5th May 2009, 12:26pm
My little girl has dry itchy patches of skin with get very red and angry. She has had this since I stopped breastfeeding - although this was at 18 months. I aren't certain it is dairy related and am hoping this skin spray may help her, poor tot
by Wendi 1st May 2009, 9:16am
I suffer with eczema so would love to try this new product!
by ary 1st May 2009, 9:16am
A great product for excema suferers does really work.
by svmr 30th Apr 2009, 9:20am
this sounds such a wonderful gentle product, just what new mums need
by dancer33 29th Apr 2009, 10:05am
colin (my 7month baby) has quite dry skin, i currently use E45, it has improved the condition slightly although i would love to try a new product that will help his skin be soft and supple again, have been a bit worried as to what to try as i dont want to risk irritating it further, could The Salcura Natural Skin Therapy range be the solution?????
by Kimberley20 24th Apr 2009, 9:31am
The Salcura Natural Skin Therapy range is well known for treating conditions ranging from eczema, psoriasis, dry and itchy skin conditions, etc ......but I would also highly recommend it for use for stretchmarks, sunburn and after ear piercing - it's amazing!.
by Shilps 23rd Apr 2009, 9:28am
Would be great for my son who has eczema. I keep gloves on him when he is asleep to try and stop him from itching.
by domesticated 23rd Apr 2009, 9:28am