Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream - 125g £2.35 @ ALDI
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Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream - 125g £2.35 @ ALDI

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Found 24th Apr 2014
Antiseptic healing cream for nappy rash, eczema, surface wounds, minor sunburn, bed sores and chilblains.

Clinically proven, it helps to soothe, heal and protect your baby’s delicate skin from further irritation

Starts Thursday 24th April 2014.

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SuperEd

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Not a bad price if your only after this size of tub. You're better off buying the bigger tubs though (400g for £5 at ASDA for example).

Is this good for dry skin too-my son got a little chaffing rash at the top of his legs from his trousers rubbing I was thinking of putting Vaseline on it to soften the dry skin would this be better? Any advice gratefully received thanks

nice2bnice

Is this good for dry skin too-my son got a little chaffing rash at the … Is this good for dry skin too-my son got a little chaffing rash at the top of his legs from his trousers rubbing I was thinking of putting Vaseline on it to soften the dry skin would this be better? Any advice gratefully received thanks



yeah should do a good job
also with this size of tub it can be put in pockets or a bag

Great for a sore council gritter after a vindaloo.

I use this for my grapes

Ask your GP to give a prescription and you get it for free if you have children under 16 years.

kristoff

Great for a sore council gritter after a vindaloo.



Richard27

I use this for my grapes



Anyway want my lunch I've just gone off it

It says on the pot you can use this for acne. Since I've just started getting acne and I'm over 40 I gave it a try, hard to say if it works for healing spots/scabs but it does make you look like a tool if you go out and forget you dabbed it on various spots.

Can I use this if that butt plug is a bit of a squeeze ??

Problem with this is its so thick it doesnt absorb into skin well, so you put it on any exposed skin its staying there for all to see
You'd be better off with E45 cream or just a cheap tub from Superdrug of Aquoes cream

anandam407

Ask your GP to give a prescription and you get it for free if you have … Ask your GP to give a prescription and you get it for free if you have children under 16 years.



Don't be so cheap! You would gladly waste well over £50 for a consultation then the pharmacy costs for something so readily and cheaply available?

What happened to the good old days when the NHS and 999 were for emergencies. I'd hardly say a little nappy rash is

BarmyBulldog

Don't be so cheap! You would gladly waste well over £50 for a … Don't be so cheap! You would gladly waste well over £50 for a consultation then the pharmacy costs for something so readily and cheaply available? What happened to the good old days when the NHS and 999 were for emergencies. I'd hardly say a little nappy rash is



This is Hotukdeals where everything is abused and/or ebayed.

Also great for chaffing between the legs!

BarmyBulldog

Don't be so cheap! You would gladly waste well over £50 for a … Don't be so cheap! You would gladly waste well over £50 for a consultation then the pharmacy costs for something so readily and cheaply available? What happened to the good old days when the NHS and 999 were for emergencies. I'd hardly say a little nappy rash is



+1

JonDOnnis

Problem with this is its so thick it doesnt absorb into skin well, so you … Problem with this is its so thick it doesnt absorb into skin well, so you put it on any exposed skin its staying there for all to seeYou'd be better off with E45 cream or just a cheap tub from Superdrug of Aquoes cream



derma E45 was made by the gods, i have to use it every morning after a shower to stop my face drying up. the best cream ever created

E45 isn't what it used to be - seems very watered down now and doesn't do anything for my dry skin. Either that or I got a duff pot.:(

anandam407

Ask your GP to give a prescription and you get it for free if you have … Ask your GP to give a prescription and you get it for free if you have children under 16 years.



Thanks ! I am sure at least some of us with kids will find this info handy .

Great after a long day cycling!

Thanks for the feedback and advice will get some and hopefully it will do the trick

BarmyBulldog

Don't be so cheap! You would gladly waste well over £50 for a … Don't be so cheap! You would gladly waste well over £50 for a consultation then the pharmacy costs for something so readily and cheaply available? What happened to the good old days when the NHS and 999 were for emergencies. I'd hardly say a little nappy rash is

Well when you have twins and struggling to bring them up you try and thing cheap like me. Every penny saved, matters a lot.

guygreenwood

Can I use this if that butt plug is a bit of a squeeze ??


Guy - I'll come around yours with the K-Y Jelly

anandam407

Well when you have twins and struggling to bring them up you try and … Well when you have twins and struggling to bring them up you try and thing cheap like me. Every penny saved, matters a lot.



Is that not the very definition of child maintenance, you know to go towards the child like soothing them with nappy rash cream?

Richard27

I use this for my grapes



Grapes??? How can put cream on food lol. This ain't eating cream

markhuges

Grapes??? How can put cream on food lol. This ain't eating cream



not that kind of grape

anandam407

Ask your GP to give a prescription and you get it for free if you have … Ask your GP to give a prescription and you get it for free if you have children under 16 years.



Perfect example of the attitude which is destroying the best health service on earth (really)!
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