For the last five years, I have suffered from sensitive skin. Eczema started appearing on my hands and arms, making me really self conscious especially in the summer when everyone was walking round in nice tops with their arms on show. I didn’t want to use any of the creams and lotions which various doctors gave me so I was on the search for a new product which would appeal to people like me. I found Dream Cream back in 2011 and it certainly gets the thumbs up from me.


Dream Cream – a cream designed for sensitive and easily upset skins. It contains oat milk (for soothing and calming the skin), rose absolute(for balancing and nourishing the skin), lavender oil(antiseptic and helps to heal the skin) and more. The texture of Lush Dream Cream Lotion is thick and creamy. They have recently brought out a self-preserving version(the one I have switched to) which feels a lot more concentrated. Personally I think the self-preserving one feels better and works better on my skin but it doesn’t matter which one you use. I have found that it does take a little longer to absorb into the skin but my eczema and sensitive is left feeling cooler and nourished as soon as I apply it.


This has helped my skin so much and in my opinion is the perfect moisturiser for eczema sufferers such as myself. Dream Cream is certainly an essential in my daily routine. I don’t think I would ever go back to using the E45 cream which doctors recommend. I have recently paired it with Dreamwash – a shower smoothie again aimed to cool and soothe sore or sensitive skin. I think if you’re currently suffering from sunburn, this will most definitely help your skin due to it’s cooling ingredients. At £11.50, it isn’t that expensive if you want something which will ease and restore sensitive upset skin. One of the things I do love about Lush is that you will be able to try a sample of the product before you buy the whole thing.

What’s your opinion on Dream Cream? Have you ever used it before?