Sudocrem Skin Care Cream Review

When I was growing up Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream was one of those things that my mum always reached for, you know the cream in the tub. It was the all over problem-solver cream, from nappy rashes to playground falls and of course, even sunburn. This is a cream that I’m sure all your parents have used, I would say it’s a British favourite.

As I started to grow older, I used this on my blemishes, as it was very good at healing and clearing my problematic areas on my skin within days. With having long nails, it made it especially hard to use the cream, as it would always get within. To me I will always remember Sudocrem as being in a tub, it’s just a signature right!

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Something has come into my life that has made my very happy, last month I was sent the Sudocrem Skin Care Cream* to try out. No more cream stuck in my nails with this handy 30g tube, how amazing! It’s been designed for those of us past the nappy-wearing stage to tackle skin problems. It uses the same key ingredients as the original formula but in different proportions.

I will admit, doesn’t seem as harsh on the skin. I use this product exactly the same as I did with the tub, after washing my face in the evening time, I apply this directly to my problematic areas. I have seen a massive improvement, from only using it just over a month. What I love is that this has been created with teenagers and young adults with spot prone skin in mind, to me that’s amazing.

I have loved the results I have seen so far, it will continue to be a part of my daily nighttime routine. If you would love to get your hands on the Sudocrem Skin Care Cream, you can at your local Boots or Superdrug! I would definitely recommend it if you are struggling with spot-prone skin.

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*Thank you Miriam Brown from Satellite PR for sending me the Sudocrem Skin Care Cream. All thoughts are honest and my own, for more information please see my About Page.

Danza Contemporánea de Cuba

Last week, I had the amazing opportunity to watch Danza Contemporánea de Cuba presented by Dance Consortium at the Theatre Royal Plymouth. This opportunity was made possible because I am on the Bloggers Scheme at the Theatre, if you don’t know what this scheme is about, read my short announcement for it here.

We were in for a treat as before the show, we had a Q&A with three of the performers, Laura Rios Curbelo, Claudia Rodriguez Pozo and Norge Cedeño Raffo. It was lovely to meet them, as we got to ask them some interesting questions to know more about them and what they do with Dance ConsortiumDanza Contemporánea de Cuba was founded in 1959, they have become the nation’s flagship contemporary dance troupe.

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Blogger Swap Box with EnchantedVamp

I love meeting new people and making friends who have the same interest as me, yupp you’ve guessed it blogging. There’s so many great people in the blogosphere and I’m lucky to meet some. Recently I’ve become friends with Simone, a Beauty & Lifestyle Blogger, who is behind EnchantedVamp.

We got chatting on Twitter after seeing she was looking for someone to do a Swap Box with, I was intrigued to know more and before I knew it, we were chatting about products to send one another! I’m really glad we did this, as I love meeting new people and I suppose this is a new and interesting way of getting to know someone.

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February Favourites

Where on earth did February go! Felt like yesterday that it was the end of January, now it’s the end of another month and on to another Favourites. It was quite tricky for this month, as there was nothing that stood out to me like last month. I have managed it though and here is a summary of those things I’ve enjoyed this month!

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March 2017 – World Book Day

When I was in primary school, I could remember all the national days, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Easter, them all, only because school reminded me when they were around the corner. One day that I used to always love was World Book Day because it was packed with fun activities and of course we were allowed to dress up as our favourite book character!

I thought I would take a little trip down memory lane and speak all about this celebration of authors, books, illustrators and of course reading! Tomorrow, Thursday 2 March marks the twentieth celebration of this day. I actually thought it was older than this, I never realised it was something that I had grown up with as I’m twenty-two this year.

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Planner Girls Collective // What Couldn’t You Live Without

Welcome to another edition of Planner Girls Collective. If you missed a previous edition, you can find them all here.

This week’s topic is What Couldn’t You Live Without. I love this topic as stationery is a massive help in my day to day life, so it’s not that hard to choose something. I am going to limit myself to only one item, my Paperchase Organiser, now I will admit, I have had this Organiser for nearly three years.

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February 2017 – Tell a Fairy Tale Day

I love looking at different National Days as it’s amazing how every day of the year is some kind of celebration for something. Sunday 26 February 2017 celebrates the art of story telling, better known as Tell a Fairy Tale Day. I grew up constantly reading Fairy Tales, along with watching them.

To celebrate Tell a Fairy Tale Day, I thought I would do a little quiz, I’ve got some clues that describe six different Fairy Tales that I’m sure you’ll all know!

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The Liebster Award

If you’ve been following me for a little while, you’ll remember that mid-January I was nominated for The Liebster Award by the lovely Steph from Juniper Daze. Well, I’ve got some more exciting news, I found out that the lovely Zara from Its All Zara nominated me again for The Liebster Award.

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Planner Girls Collective // Budget Craft Ideas

Welcome to another edition of Planner Girls Collective. If you missed a previous edition, you can find them all here.

This week’s topic is Budget Craft Ideas. After a little search on Google, I was able to find some different Craft Ideas, I wanted to do something that was easy but still looked good. As you may know, I am a stationery addict, so I thought I would show you some stationery orientated Craft Ideas.

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Beauty Kitchen Create Your Own Lip Balms

Since Beauty Kitchen opened a concession store inside the Holland & Barrett More in Plymouth, I have been loving all their beauty products, especially as all their products are 100% natural. Over the Christmas Break, Georgina Minter-Brown hosted a competition on her Twitter where you could win one Christmas gift.

I was one of the lucky winners and I chose the Create Your Own Lip Balms from Beauty Kitchen. When I received it in the post, I was jumping for joy! I couldn’t wait to create the Lip Balms, I’ve been very busy since receiving it, so I’ve only just been able to make them. I will admit, they were a lot easier to make than I thought!

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