Sudocrem 400g for £4.19 at Boots INSTORE only
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Sudocrem 400g for £4.19 at Boots INSTORE only

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Found 3rd Aug 2012
Well most people I imagine know what this is and to those who don't it is an antiseptic cream that most people use as nappy cream but I've been told it works wonders with facial spots for adults too.

Not sure how long the price will be on for and should be nationwide I imagine as it was in all the Leicester City Centre Boots stores
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Think this is possibly cheaper in Wilko, not sure.
I use Sudocrem for EVERYTHING. Random skin rashes, insect bites, sunburn... any kind of skin problem, slap some sudocrem on it.. job's a good 'un!
Is this any good, what's the crack?
kjsz

I use Sudocrem for EVERYTHING. Random skin rashes, insect bites, … I use Sudocrem for EVERYTHING. Random skin rashes, insect bites, sunburn... any kind of skin problem, slap some sudocrem on it.. job's a good 'un!



Well I used this today on my knee grazes(Fell of me bike) and it made it 10 times worse. oO
If you can't find it instore, next best price is amazon,

Sudocrem £4.59
Good offer. I just did a quick search. But generally everything is cheaper in wilkinson
Are you mad? Why are you not snapping it up from asda at £3 for the same size? With my daughter 3 weeks I snaffled up a few!
Banned
*WARNING* Don't forget to remove it off your face before you leave the house. It can give the wrong impression.
Our Gary use's this all the time for his Jock Itch. Work's wonder's otherwise he's scratching his doo-dah's like a baboon!
Great stuff but new parents - don't overbuy!!

We got a 200g tub when our little boy was born, we have used it on and off for nappy rash (works brilliantly) since then. He's 18 months now and we've only used half the tub ie 100g in 1 1/2 years.

I wonder how many times these 400g tubs end up being thrown out with some still unused... The dream scenario for the manufacturers?
Giffy08

*WARNING* Don't forget to remove it off your face before you leave the … *WARNING* Don't forget to remove it off your face before you leave the house. It can give the wrong impression.


Sucocrem.....yeh OK!
Home bargains are selling smaller size for £1-£1.50 noticed it but but forgot the price wasn't.t boots price though
asbokid

Our Gary use's this all the time for his Jock Itch. Work's wonder's … Our Gary use's this all the time for his Jock Itch. Work's wonder's otherwise he's scratching his doo-dah's like a baboon!




Best take him to the Doctor or the Vet and have him done. That’ll stop the itch
Nujol

Great stuff but new parents - don't overbuy!!We got a 200g tub when our … Great stuff but new parents - don't overbuy!!We got a 200g tub when our little boy was born, we have used it on and off for nappy rash (works brilliantly) since then. He's 18 months now and we've only used half the tub ie 100g in 1 1/2 years. I wonder how many times these 400g tubs end up being thrown out with some still unused... The dream scenario for the manufacturers?



We use it every time we change the sprogs nappy and he's never had sight of any nappy rash...
you can get this stuff for free in boots if you have a child of nappy wearing age! just go to the pharmacist and fill in a common ailments form
nadine78

you can get this stuff for free in boots if you have a child of nappy … you can get this stuff for free in boots if you have a child of nappy wearing age! just go to the pharmacist and fill in a common ailments form



free??? are you sure?
I keep a separate tub of this stuff for my dogs! Stops them scratching themselves (I have two westies). Saves a fortune at the vets.
go to your g.p its free
I use this on my staffie mix dog as she is white and has very short hair, so prone to skin ailments. Does the trick for me
pducar

free??? are you sure?



Yes im sure, I have a two year old who until recently was in nappies, I know boots and some jardines chemists do the common ailments scheme, but you can google the ones in your area!
quote of boots website

Help for common illnesses

Some Boots pharmacies offer a Minor Ailments Service. This is an NHS service for people, including children, who don't pay for prescription charges. It means that if your pharmacist thinks you need a medicine to treat your minor illness, and you are eligible, they can supply it free of charge.
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malmal

Good offer. I just did a quick search. But generally everything is … Good offer. I just did a quick search. But generally everything is cheaper in wilkinson




my wilkos 250g one is over 3 pounds and they dont seem to stock the 400g ones
apparently cyclists put this on their strawberries
Much nicer than Philadelphia.
Can recommend this as an anti chafing cream for cyclists. Apply liberally to crotch area for happy log distance rides. Enjoy
SteveBM

Apply liberally to crotch area for happy log distance rides. Enjoy


Hey, you copied that from a tube of KY Jelly.
Get your doctor to write it for you if you have a baby or toddler of nappy wearing age
NO WONDER THE NHS IS IN THE STATE ITS IN WITH ALL YOU FREELOADERS!!!!!!!! DO WITHOUT YOUR FAGS AND BOOZE AND BUY YOU OWN!!!!!!
NO WONDER THE NHS IS IN THE STATE ITS IN WITH ALL YOU FREELOADERS!!!!!!!! DO WITHOUT YOUR FAGS AND BOOZE AND BUY YOU OWN!!!!!!
Can this be used for healing new tattoos?
bought some today at this price in a smaller boots store so definitely HOT
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