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Find out why your eczema creams aren't working...

Why HappySkin can replace your creams

The super soft fabric used in our base layer clothing is coated with a unique technology that’s been available on prescription for over a decade. It not only retains moisture like a cream, but regulates the temperature of skin which is essential when relieving symptoms of irritated, dry and eczema prone skin. 

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What is DreamSkin Technology?

Our products contain a unique technology, called Dreamskin®. When the DreamSkin® Technology is coated to the fabric, it helps to regulate the skin’s temperature and retains moisture – helping to relieve itching and improve the hydration of dry, sensitive or eczema prone skin.

HappySkin® mimics the top layer of your skin. Our clothing is designed to regulate the flow of moisture and temperature near the skin and offers protection from unwanted irritants. That way, dry, sensitive and even eczema-prone skin stays protected and never too warm or too cool. Plus, it also provides anti-bacterial protection!

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The science behind our DreamSkin Technology Coating compared to Ointments/Creams

Alternative to steroid creams

Sizes From 0 to 10 Years

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24/7 Eczema Relief

Unlike ointments & steroids, you can’t over wear HappySkin! Our unique DreamSkin coating being in contact with the skin does all the work while your little one can focus on the important things like enjoying their skin!

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Baby (0-3 years)


Our HappySkin® bodysuit includes foldaway mitts and features flat seams with soft thread for extra comfort. Made with our unique DreamSkin® technology.


Child (4-10 years)

Child PJ's

Our HappySkin® pyjamas come with flat seams with soft thread to ensure your little ones get a comfortable night’s sleep. Made with our unique DreamSkin® technology using sustainable TENCEL/cotton premium-quality fabric.


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Our Awards

Our baby bodysuits and sleepsuits have been put through rigorous parent testing to achieve the accolades of Made for Mums Approved & Mother & Baby Tried & Tested!

We were given the stamp of approval from Mother & Baby after vigorous testing by their real mum panel.

We received a (very rare!) 100% approval rate from the MadeFromMums real mum testers!

Eczema Baby Clothes awards

If you are a parent with a child that suffers with eczema, you will probably have a bathroom cupboard full of creams, thick paraffin-based ointments and tubes of steroids that you were prescribe on the various visits to the GP or dermatologist.

A recent survey of 100 parents with children with eczema had an average of 9 different creams and paraffin-based ointments prescribed by their healthcare professionals.  More alarming was their answer to whether the medication was working – 95 parents out of 100 said that the prescribed treatments were not working and in 60 cases reported that the creams and ointments were actually making their child’s eczema worse!

The BIG question is why are these eczema treatments not working? The answer is quite logical, but first we need to understand how our skin works

Skin is our body’s largest organ and one of its most important functions is to keep us at the right temperature, which the skin does by either releasing moisture (sweating) when we are too hot or retaining moisture when we are too cold.

The traditional thinking that has driven the development of thick occlusive type barrier creams has been focused on using paraffin-based ointments that can ‘seal’ the skin to prevent excessive moisture loss from already dry skin.

The issue with this thinking is that If we all lived in Artic climates and were always cold, these ointments would be ideal, however when our children sleep at night, their body temperatures often increase very slightly and therefore their skin must release moisture to cool them down. With these paraffin-based ointments effectively blocking every pore, any sweat (which contains traces of urea, salt and ammonia) just pools over the already damaged skin, resulting in further irritation. This is why children often wake up with mor aggravated skin than when they went to bed.