Largest tub of Sudocrem (400g) only £5 @ ASDA
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Largest tub of Sudocrem (400g) only £5 @ ASDA

£5£5.9917%Asda Deals
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Posted 9th Oct
This is the cheapest price I can find it anywhere at the moment, and I thought it was a great price. Available in-store and online.

The expiry date is long too, the one I picked up yesterday expires in May 2022.


Also, some people think Sudocrem is just good for nappy rash, but it can be used for loads of things: eczema, surface wounds, sunburn, minor burns, acne, bed sores and chilblains.
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gemmabibby09/10/2019 14:45

Free on prescription for kids/benefits/pre paid prescriptions


Starting from last year, official NHS guidance has advised GPs to stop prescribing most medicines for “minor health concerns” which can be bought without a prescription, e.g. Paracetomol, Fybogel and Calpol.

Therefore a lot of GPs have stopped prescribing Sudocrem altogether, as all these over the counter medicines were costing the NHS hundreds of millions of pounds.
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Best ever. Can be used for everything. An absolute essential.
Such a bum deal
Free on prescription for kids/benefits/pre paid prescriptions
gemmabibby09/10/2019 14:45

Free on prescription for kids/benefits/pre paid prescriptions


Starting from last year, official NHS guidance has advised GPs to stop prescribing most medicines for “minor health concerns” which can be bought without a prescription, e.g. Paracetomol, Fybogel and Calpol.

Therefore a lot of GPs have stopped prescribing Sudocrem altogether, as all these over the counter medicines were costing the NHS hundreds of millions of pounds.
Strixx09/10/2019 16:30

Starting from last year, official NHS guidance has advised GPs to stop …Starting from last year, official NHS guidance has advised GPs to stop prescribing most medicines for “minor health concerns” which can be bought without a prescription, e.g. Paracetomol, Fybogel and Calpol. Therefore a lot of GPs have stopped prescribing Sudocrem altogether, as all these over the counter medicines were costing the NHS hundreds of millions of pounds.


Well I got two tubs last week from my dr
gemmabibby09/10/2019 18:57

Well I got two tubs last week from my dr


I didn't say all GPs, I said "a lot of". There are bound to be some GPs that are still prescribing Sudocrem, as it's "guidance" they should be following, rather than a strict rule the NHS are enforcing.

If you don't believe me, there lots of information online. Here is a patient leaflet for example (click here).
Strixx09/10/2019 20:05

I didn't say all GPs, I said "a lot of". There are bound to be some GPs …I didn't say all GPs, I said "a lot of". There are bound to be some GPs that are still prescribing Sudocrem, as it's "guidance" they should be following, rather than a strict rule the NHS are enforcing.If you don't believe me, there lots of information online. Here is a patient leaflet for example (click here).


I didn’t say all gps or a lot....I said my dr :/
Brilliant for chub rub!
gemmabibby09/10/2019 18:57

Well I got two tubs last week from my dr



No wonder the NHS is on it's knees. Are you that poor or tight you can't pay for your own sudocrem?
cuddlybear10/10/2019 02:47

No wonder the NHS is on it's knees. Are you that poor or tight you can't …No wonder the NHS is on it's knees. Are you that poor or tight you can't pay for your own sudocrem?


NHS is on its knees because there’s a sudden wave of people asking for sudocrem? Lol go back to sleep lol....correct if I was poor I would get it free for myself, I quote my comment ‘children get it free’
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