Sudocrem 400g at Lloyds Pharmacy (Free C&C) - £3.19 (with code)
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Sudocrem 400g at Lloyds Pharmacy (Free C&C) - £3.19 (with code)

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Found 24th Mar
Sudocrem 400g reduced from £5.99 to £3.99
At Lloyds pharmacy
Using code shopagain20 you will get it 20% cheaper.
Also other sizes available in promotional offer .
Free C&C
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maffeycourt24 m ago

I use this all over my Moobs and the relief I get is fantastic. Like being …I use this all over my Moobs and the relief I get is fantastic. Like being a newborn.If I don't put it on they get very itchy and sweaty. Love Sudo.


Cheers for review
I'm all over this deal like a rash.
Edited by: "rumble" 25th Mar
My doctor made fun of my for not knowing how to use sudocrem.

I said "Alright, don't rub it in!"
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Excellent price, it just happens to be that I bought two Sudocrem’s this week from boots, the 150g for £2.39 each on offer. This deal is a lot better value. Thanks Op
I use this all over my Moobs and the relief I get is fantastic. Like being a newborn.
If I don't put it on they get very itchy and sweaty. Love Sudo.
Edited by: "maffeycourt" 24th Mar
maffeycourt24 m ago

I use this all over my Moobs and the relief I get is fantastic. Like being …I use this all over my Moobs and the relief I get is fantastic. Like being a newborn.If I don't put it on they get very itchy and sweaty. Love Sudo.


Cheers for review
This is very timely for me, I've just come to the end of my little pot. Also glanced at the expiry date on it ... 5/1998

Seems to work just as well as ever though. Anyway, have some heat.
Never found cheaper deal than this,, great find thanks 👌
I'm all over this deal like a rash.
Edited by: "rumble" 25th Mar
Have some heat..ordered for twins and singletons
hairycanary26 m ago

Have some heat..ordered for twins and singletons


You must change a lot of nappies.
My doctor made fun of my for not knowing how to use sudocrem.

I said "Alright, don't rub it in!"
Duelling.Duck45 m ago

My doctor made fun of my for not knowing how to use sudocrem.I said …My doctor made fun of my for not knowing how to use sudocrem.I said "Alright, don't rub it in!"




That you, Tim Vine?

Amazing stuff. When my elderly father had NHS treatment for facial skin cancers (looking back i suppose it was basically a free chemical facial peel) it left his face very scabby/inflamed and the cream they supplied was not helping I suggested Sudo as what's to lose? A sceptical father plastered it all over his boat race and, no word of a lie, within 3 days his face was completely rid of all the redness and scabbing. Miracle cream in my book...
Will this help with my burning a. hole?
RickGrimesNein14 m ago

Will this help with my burning a. hole?


Yes, actually
Thanks ordered
Amazon, last year sold the 250g tubs for 31p but only for a short while as usual, that's what makes this site bargain addictive!
Thank you ordered 2
Thanks op ordered 2 at anout 3am
Good for Napkin rash, Eczema, bed sores, sunburn, minor burns, surface wounds, acne, chilblains and scabby willies
Edited by: "SimyJo" 25th Mar
RickGrimesNein3 h, 48 m ago

Will this help with my burning a. hole?


External use only! as per label instructions. Don't poke it up your hole!
Has anyone else received an order cancellation as “You have over ordered“?

I purchased only a small quantity of these items.

Money will apparently be refunded, but hasn’t been to date.
BrianJamesKelly21 m ago

Has anyone else received an order cancellation as “You have over o …Has anyone else received an order cancellation as “You have over ordered“?I purchased only a small quantity of these items.Money will apparently be refunded, but hasn’t been to date.


No, I ordered two and haven't heard anything since confirmation.
Always dirt cheap in Home Bargains
If you're after a barrier cream I highly recommend cavilon.

Especially if you need to put it anywhere near your botty. Much better than sudocrem imo.

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Edited by moderator: "potty mouth" 25th Mar
RickGrimesNein4 h, 44 m ago

Will this help with my burning a. hole?



probably. helped my hemmoroids
badgerus16 m ago

probably. helped my hemmoroids


Irritates roids in my experience. The waxyness of sudocrm seems to be what causes the irritation, almost making it seem dry.
Edited by: "supermann" 25th Mar
Please remember to use wisely especially on babies. If placed onto broken skin it will be painful. My son had nappy rash and I was advised to use it gently. He screamed in pain until I washed it off then, I tried it myself on irritated skin and I did feel it.
supermann1 h, 24 m ago

If you're after a barrier cream I highly recommend cavilon. Especially if …If you're after a barrier cream I highly recommend cavilon. Especially if you need to put it anywhere near your botty. Much better than sudocrem imo.[Image]


Except it will cost you up to 10 times the price for 400g.
3M (who also make sticky tape! and who have had one of their logos - Futuro tights! (allegedly) copied for the new F1 logo see image) nearly caught me out with that 3392G code on the front...
I initially thought it a massive tube of the stuff! ...instead of just 92g (which will cost you a min of 9 quid).

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Edited by: "jnigel26" 25th Mar
Should have added, anyone interested who needs liver salts or Andrews. This is now EXPENSIVE everywhere, eg Sainsbury's is 7 quid. SEVEN quid for something that used to cost just over a pound some years back. Sainsbury's used to have their own brand at less than half the price, £3 but it's disappeared.
Bit like the alternatives to Anadin - own supermarket brands have all disappeared from every supermarke, Waitrose, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsburys, Tesco. Identical ingredients to Anadin 200mg Paracetamol, 300mg Aspirin, 45mg Caffeine. Difference was PRICE! Own brand prices ranged from just 49p to 70p. You 'know' the price of Anadin don't you, usually over 2 quid for 16 tabs! Rant over, have someone looking into it anyway.

Back to ANDREWS. Cheapest anywhere is Boots at £5.40 250g.
Lloyds Pharmacy is same price BUT take the 20% off - use same code shopagain20 and it's down to £4.39 C&C - CHEAPEST ANYWHERE!
Hope that helps if you need Andrews!
The painkiller thing I will keep updating when I get more news.
cant get through a 12 hour shift without slapping this on my ar$e
Is this a fire hazard?
kaiser0511 h, 15 m ago

cant get through a 12 hour shift without slapping this on my ar$e


You work in a brothel?
voted hot

we use metanium however for our son if he gets nappy rash. works well for him and settles him sooner
Edited by: "themanlikesasha" 25th Mar
This is quite expensive for me. I’ve found that I can relieve my haemorrhoid pain using clotted cream for about 1/3 of the price. The cooling effect is just as good if you apply it straight from the fridge
charliemike55 m ago

This is quite expensive for me. I’ve found that I can relieve my h …This is quite expensive for me. I’ve found that I can relieve my haemorrhoid pain using clotted cream for about 1/3 of the price. The cooling effect is just as good if you apply it straight from the fridge


I know how you feel as I experience quite severe roids however it's a really bad idea to put clotted cream on your anus as it's full of bacteria, some may be benign but you run the risk of infecting the roids with something quite nasty.

You're much better off using a sterile cream that's designed to be a better barrier cream than clotted cream.

I speak as someone who has had infected roids and had to be on antibiotics because of it.
Edited by: "supermann" 25th Mar
Brilliant for my nappy rash!
hot!
supermann7 h, 49 m ago

If you're after a barrier cream I highly recommend cavilon. Especially if …If you're after a barrier cream I highly recommend cavilon. Especially if you need to put it anywhere near your botty. Much better than sudocrem imo.[Image]


Friday night my ass is sore...... Let go of your heart, let go of your ass, and feel it now..... CAVILON!

Edited by: "supermann" 25th Mar
Brought up 3 kids with this as nappy cream and then for every cut, graze, eczema since. They laugh at me for always telling them to use sudocrem but it works.
Edited by: "500miles" 25th Mar
jnigel2617 h, 28 m ago

Should have added, anyone interested who needs liver salts or Andrews. …Should have added, anyone interested who needs liver salts or Andrews. This is now EXPENSIVE everywhere, eg Sainsbury's is 7 quid. SEVEN quid for something that used to cost just over a pound some years back. Sainsbury's used to have their own brand at less than half the price, £3 but it's disappeared. Bit like the alternatives to Anadin - own supermarket brands have all disappeared from every supermarke, Waitrose, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsburys, Tesco. Identical ingredients to Anadin 200mg Paracetamol, 300mg Aspirin, 45mg Caffeine. Difference was PRICE! Own brand prices ranged from just 49p to 70p. You 'know' the price of Anadin don't you, usually over 2 quid for 16 tabs! Rant over, have someone looking into it anyway.Back to ANDREWS. Cheapest anywhere is Boots at £5.40 250g.Lloyds Pharmacy is same price BUT take the 20% off - use same code shopagain20 and it's down to £4.39 C&C - CHEAPEST ANYWHERE!Hope that helps if you need Andrews!The painkiller thing I will keep updating when I get more news.


Don't add any more..lol
SimyJo25th Mar

External use only! as per label instructions. Don't poke it up your hole!


I've used it for years after a vindaloo or phall to relieve the next day ring-sting. It soothes immediately and completely fixes the ring-sting. Never had any issues with it. When they say external use i think they mean don't poke it in your eye or swallow it etc. (because people are that daft).
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