Sudocrem Tub 400g now £3.65 instore / online @ Superdrug (Free Del for Beautycard Holders + extra 10% off £5 Spend on Baby) - HotUKDeals
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Sudocrem Tub 400g now £3.65 instore / online @ Superdrug (Free Del for Beautycard Holders + extra 10% off £5 Spend on Baby)

£3.65 @ Superdrug
Thought this was a great price for a 400g tub of Sudocrem free C+C / Instore or sign up at checkout for a Health & Beautycard & get Free Delivery. Beautycard holders also get an extra 10% off £5 spend… Read More
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Thought this was a great price for a 400g tub of Sudocrem free C+C / Instore or sign up at checkout for a Health & Beautycard & get Free Delivery. Beautycard holders also get an extra 10% off £5 spends on Baby auto applied at checkout, so well worth signing up for one.

Antiseptic healing cream

Nappy Rash, Eczema, Surface Wounds.

Sunburn, minor burns, acne, bed sores, chilblains

2.2% QUIDCO
- thevman2k3
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7 Likes #1
Ah memories! I recall liberally applying this over children's bottoms many a time when I was younger.....

P.S. They were my own kids by the way.
#2
2.22% topcashback
#3
miracle cure for most blemishes<3
1 Like #4
10% student discount in store for those who can :)
#5
It says £3.65 online...even better!
#6
Thanks managed to get 4 tubs which will last me a long time for my two toddlers for £13.14 including free delivery
1 Like #7
OOS online :(
#8
muffboy
Ah memories! I recall liberally applying this over children's bottoms many a time when I was younger.....
P.S. They were my own kids by the way.

But the other children in the playground did think it rather odd.
#9
muffboy
Ah memories! I recall liberally applying this over children's bottoms many a time when I was younger.....

P.S. They were my own kids by the way.


TMI
#10
midwife just told us that this shouldn't be used on children that wear disposable diapers, as doing so will cause nappy rash contrary to popular belief. anyone on here in the know on such things? as i already purchased a tonne of this stuff in preparation for a newborn and now am in two minds about using it :|
3 Likes #11
Linux users would love this deal :P
Ok, I'll just show myself out...
#12
My teenagers use this for Acne, give excellent results :-)
#13
I used disposable nappies on 4 children and I think as long as you use a good quality nappy then no cream is needed. Mine never suffered from nappy rash and if on the odd occasion it looked like a bit of soreness was developing then I'd use a tiny bit of Sudocrem just on the affected area which was very rare. Sudocrem is fantastic stuff but I don't think there is the need to completely cover the bum unless it is actually getting sore. A good quality nappy and a bit of air to the bum should help avoid nappy rash.
#14
that reminds me..i got a sore bum :)

Hot deal
#15
michaeljb
midwife just told us that this shouldn't be used on children that wear disposable diapers, as doing so will cause nappy rash contrary to popular belief. anyone on here in the know on such things? as i already purchased a tonne of this stuff in preparation for a newborn and now am in two minds about using it :|


sounds like rubbish to me. we use it when they had nappy rash with teathing, worked really well. we use pampers. good on exema as well.
#16
just don't put it on Burns
#17
michaeljb
midwife just told us that this shouldn't be used on children that wear disposable diapers, as doing so will cause nappy rash contrary to popular belief. anyone on here in the know on such things? as i already purchased a tonne of this stuff in preparation for a newborn and now am in two minds about using it :|


I remember the health visitor saw the large sized tub of sudocrem I had bought and said that'll last you years. She then explained to only use a teeny amount when red/nappy rash appears and spread very thinly otherwise it's use defeats the point (skin breathable). She was right I still have the same 400g tub still going since June 2013 for my 2 kids! :)
#18
syree123
michaeljb
midwife just told us that this shouldn't be used on children that wear disposable diapers, as doing so will cause nappy rash contrary to popular belief. anyone on here in the know on such things? as i already purchased a tonne of this stuff in preparation for a newborn and now am in two minds about using it :|


I remember the health visitor saw the large sized tub of sudocrem I had bought and said that'll last you years. She then explained to only use a teeny amount when red/nappy rash appears and spread very thinly otherwise it's use defeats the point (skin breathable). She was right I still have the same 400g tub still going since June 2013 for my 2 kids! :)


Ive got a tub from 2003! I should really check the date on it.
#19
salamijack
miracle cure for most blemishes<3


Blemishes? You could lose an arm and it'd grow back if you put a blob if this on the stump.
#20
Don't listen to anyone who thinks this is a BUM deal !
It's the cream of all today's deals!
#21
Cold! Aldi post earlier is 1.89
1 Like #22
machomansavage
Cold! Aldi post earlier is 1.89

The Aldi deal was posted afterwards, at £1.89 for 125g.

This deal is less than double the price for more than triple the amount :)

Edited By: Stimpington on Jan 14, 2017 00:27
#23
does this work as lube?

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