£2.04 per 100g
Beautycard Points: 2 points
Helps to sooth and heal nappy rash and soreness
Sudocrem antiseptic healing cream for nappy rash, sunburn, minor burns, surface wounds, acne and chilblains
Keep out of reach and sight of children. For external use only.
Zinc Oxide Ph 15.25%, Benzyl Alcohol Bp 0.39%. Benzyl Benzoate Bp 1.01%, Benzyl Cinnamate 0.15%, Lanolin (Hypo Allergenic) 4%, Purified Water, Liquid Paraffin, Paraffin Wax, Bees Wax, Microcrystalline Wax, Sodium Benzoate, Linalyl Acetate, Propylene Glycol, Citric Acid, Butylated Hydroxyanisole, Sodium Sesquioleate, Lavender Fragrance.
Size (125) Unit (G) Height (6.8) Width (6) Depth (6)
How to Use
Apply a thin layer as required
I don't have children so can't comment on the usual uses for this, however this works wonders on gnat bites! It stops them itching, it doesn't get rid of them straight away (takes a few days, but they reduce in size over time) but it stops me scratching them and making it worse! I just apply a small layer at night, not rubbing it in, by the morning it has soaked in and worked its magic!Flag this review
I struggle with acne and have done for about 18 months now, I had just about had enough of it so I tried product like Neutrogena, Clearasil, clean and clear, they helped it out a little bit I still got it bad, when I was looking at the tub of sudocrem my baby nephew has I realised it said its for acne too, so I tried it and went and bought it and WOW! I still cleanse my face with Clearasil and then sleep with a thin layer of sudocrem and then wash it of in the morning. It took the redness away from mu face, made the spot much smaller and calmer, and my skin felt so soft i love sudocremFlag this review
Fri Aug 15 10:42:50 BST 2014
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I have used Sudacrem on my baby girl since she was born, I use it with every nappy change as a barrier to protect against nappy rash! I wouldn't be without it! My baby is now coming up for 9 mths.Flag this review
Our family use this for everything and have done for at least 30 years (since I was a baby). It was always in the medicine cabinet and still maintains its place there. From sorting out the kids nappy rash to healing cuts and grazes, this stuff consistently does the business.Flag this review
Does what it says, usefull for so many things. I always have a pot in my cupboard.Flag this review
I use Sudocrem whenever I notice my little one getting a hint of redness when I do a nappy change and by the next change the redness is gone. I have used it when there has been weepy broken skin and after a week of liberal application this nasty case of nappy rash was gone. Thoroughly recommend it!! I have it at home and in the nappy bag. I take it everywhere we goFlag this review