Friday, 17 June 2011

Sudocrem tube review!

I have grown up using Sudocrem for everything from burns to spots to sunburn to eczema and I absolutely love it, its a little multiuse gem.  Recently Sudocrem have released a new ‘Skin Care Cream’, rather conveniently packaged in a little tube.

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The tube is 30ml and is the perfect size to pop into your bag for use on the go. 

The formula is really similar to the original sudocrem (which I was not expecting) except for the fact that it sinks into the skin really easily and doesn’t leave you greasy.  This is a huge bonus to me who likes to slather sudocrem on to all problem areas before bed (normally my bed-sheets and I would end up in a white sticky mess) where as this rubs right in and leaves me moisturized yet dry.  The image below allows you to see how well it sinks into the skin after rubbed in circular motions.

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I’ve been using this on my knuckles, elbows, dry patches of eczema and sometimes as a face moisturizer and it works superbly on all.  I believe this retails at about £2 in chemists and high street pharmacies, which is fantastic value as its also quite thick so you don’t need to use too much!

Sudocrem were also offering a free ‘Bagology’ reading on their facebook page which I jumped at the chance to be a part of – I’m a sucker for all things fortune telling/tarot reading etc.   I’ve attached the photo of my bag below as well as my reading, which is scarily accurate! 

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How do you use Sudocrem?  Have you ever had a Bagology reading?

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5 comments:

  1. I grew up with sudocrem too :D My mum would always whip it out during my teen years when I was cursed with a lots of spots :P It really is affordable and a life(or face)saver for me as it seems to solve any skin problems I have.

    When I was a kid I managed to run through a bush of nettles and stung all of my legs. I then had to spend the rest of the afternoon resting my feet and covered in sudocrem!

    The only thing I don't like is that when I buy the huge tubs it can be quite unhygienic. For example dust, dirt and hairs get stuck to the cream ): The tubes seem much more hygienic in comparison!
    xxx

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  2. Sudocrem is my go to product. I am obsessed with it, it reduces redness and blemishes in an instant. The tube was a great way to update an old product, it's always been a must have in my cabinet!

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  3. I never realised until recently that Sudocrem is now in a squeezable tube! I have also grown up with sudocrem to treat my exema as well the odd cut, bruise and burn, and sun burn too! I think I will have to go on a hunt to try and find this product soon. Great review! :) xxx

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  4. I have to second Holly Sudocream is AMAZING for acne!! I have suffered with it for years and honestly when all else fails I go back to this. What I do is cleanse, then get a cotton pad and apply a medium layer over my face before I go to bed make sure it's rubbed in a bit with the pad. Use a crappy pillow case and when you wake up TADAAAAAA spots gone (for normal skin) dramatically reduced for acne sufferers... however it can dry your skin out but for around £3.50 you can't go wrong! x x

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  5. Hi I am definitely loving your blog. I also used Sudocream before and I am hard time getting it in the market.I’ve had face eczema for years but for the past 1 year, that has exploded all over my body and limbs. My body is finally healing with All Stop Eczema Cream Combo Pack http://shop.qbased.com/non-toxic-eczema-treatment-combo-p/aspk005.htm by Q-Based Healthcare. You name the eczema, I’ve had it. So I really appreciate your dedication to your health, body and the blog. Thank you!

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