Sudocrem Skincare Cream | Review

Wednesday, 23 October 2013



Hi Ladies! I hope your all having an amazing week! I don't know about you, but in the winter my skin really suffers from the cold weather. There are colds flying around left, right and center at the moment and I often find that blowing my nose causes the edges of my nose to become extremely dry. Also, in general, my skin becomes quite dry during the winter months. 

Sudocrem have recently released a new addition to their line of products in the form of Sudocrem Skincare Cream. Sudocrem is something I always make sure I have in my bathroom cabinet as it's such a handy product to have when you need to treat things like a pesky spot, sunburn or even nappy rash (not that I use it for that - I think it's safe to say I'm past the nappy stage!). But since realizing that a lot of young women and men use Sudocrem to treat spots, they have developed a new cream which comes in this more portable and wash bag friendly tube. 

As far as I can tell, the cream is pretty much the same as the original skincare cream, I was expecting it to be slightly thinner to make it easier to use on your skin but it is still as think. The only thing I would say is that this cream tends to blend into my skin a lot easier than the original cream. I use this handly little tube to treat spots, as a mask when my skin is looking a bit on the dry side. But the main use I've found for it this winter is for treating the sore, dry patches on the side of my nose caused by blowing my nose. This really has been a life saver for me when a cold strikes like it has done lately, and I'm sure this won't be the last time this winter that I will need to use it! 




6 comments:

  1. I've never heard of this but it sounds like a really versatile product!
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  2. I have heard this is good for spots what do you think?

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    1. I use it if I have a particularly bad spot that just wont budge and find that it dries up the spot really well but I would just apply it directly to the spot, not all over my face unless I was using it as a mask! xx

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  3. Sudocream is just a must have! Im surprised this is stilll as thick but to keep for spots is great. Far hamdier than the tub.

    Rachael x
    All The Little Things x | Rachael McClenaghan

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  4. I tend to use Sudocrem when I have particularly bad spots and it works really well. I love it as it's so cheap! x

    Jordan-Alice

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  5. I've never thought to use sudocrem! I just thought babies and nappy rash haha. I'm definitely going to be buying this soon. I have some pesky spots that won't budge and this sounds great! Thanks :) xxx

    -Sarah Speaks

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