Sudocrem Skin Care Cream Review

When I was growing up Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Creamย 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 theย 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 PRย for sending me the Sudocrem Skin Care Cream.ย All thoughts are honest and my own, for more information please see my About Page.

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