Sudocrem Skin Care Cream

sudocream skincare cream review, beauty blogger

I don’t know about you but I thought Sudocrem was a staple used by Mums (sorry! and Dads) to help soothe nappy rash on babies…. Please tell me I wasn’t the only the Beauty Blogger who didn’t know that Sudocrem is also a skincare miracle worker?! Well just in case you know as little about Sudocrem as I did, then read on…..

A few months back I was contacted bySudocrem  asking if I would like to try their Sudocrem Skin Care Cream*. At first I thought they had got me confused with a Mummy Blogger, but nope, this product in particular they said was meant to help problem skin including spots, rashes and dry patches, hence why they were getting in touch with me. Sudocrem Skin Care Cream is a ‘grown up’ version of the classic Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream and uses the same ingredients but just in different quantities.

The Skincare Cream arrived in a small tube which is a perfect size if you want to take it away with you, and has exactly the same look, smell and consistently that you would expect from traditional Sudocream – basically a thick white paste.

I use the Skincare Cream at night. First I cleanse and moisturise as normal and then apply a thin layer to my skin, concentrating mainly on my problem zones. The first time I used it I could not believe what I saw when I woke up and looked in the mirror… My redness had almost completely disappeared and the spots had definitely reduced in size. I’ve used it about 4 times now and it works every time – it literally is a miracle worker. I must also add that I have very sensitive skin so I was worried it could be an irritant. It did itch and sting a very little for the first 5 minutes or so, but then it settled down and was fine.

I’m super impressed with the Sudocrem Skincare Cream and will definitely be keeping a tube in my bathroom cupboard for my breakout days. Best of all it can be yours for only £2 for a 30g tube. Looks like great skincare doesn’t have to cost a fortune after all!