Sudocrem antiseptic rash n nappy healing cream - 125gms for £1 @ tesco
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Sudocrem antiseptic rash n nappy healing cream - 125gms for £1 @ tesco

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Found 5th Feb 2015
Sudocrem 125g @ £1 in Tesco.
Nationwide as asked.

Only 80p for 100g
Cheapest ever found.

Generally the 250g sells for £3.50-4, so it's a bargain for the bigger jar.

400gm pack @ 4.50 in asda
£1.13 for 100gm

For nappy rash, eczema, surface wounds, sunburn, minor burns, acne, bed sores and chilblains. Antiseptic Healing Cream Nappy Rash, Eczema, Surface Wounds Sunburn, minor burns, acne, bed sores, chilblains.

Hopefully this helps n I get good heats as my first post.

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Good find. Heat added

Original Poster

Thanx

Must be instore only. Online only the 175gm is on offer for £3

No 125 gm shown online !

Thanks op

Excellent price this is on offer for £2 at Aldi and it's Tesco that get slated on here for being over priced.

Next cheapest is morrisons at £1.78.

Not a bad price at all

This stuff is magical. Don't know how they're still in business though, one tub lasts for about 50 years.

Can this be used to either protect or heal tattoo's? I usually use Bepanthen but its a little expensive, its also rarely on offer near me.

So this is a £1 cheaper at Tesco than Aldi but the Aldi offer is hotter. Just shows how manipulated this site is.

jase99

So this is a £1 cheaper at Tesco than Aldi but the Aldi offer is hotter. … So this is a £1 cheaper at Tesco than Aldi but the Aldi offer is hotter. Just shows how manipulated this site is.



Yes, true. But unfortunately you are one of those trying to manipulate the site with your constant negative/untrue (in my and many more peoples opinions) remarks about Lidl and aldi.
Edited by: "compadre" 6th Feb 2015

absolutely the best for seriously chapped lips ;-)

compadre

Yes, true. But unfortunately you are one of those trying to manipulate … Yes, true. But unfortunately you are one of those trying to manipulate the site with your constant negative/untrue (in my and many more peoples opinions) remarks about Lidl and aldi.



what's he been saying?

chrisbass

what's he been saying?



There is a way of compiling his comments but I am not sure how to do it. Just go to the search facility at top of page and enter 'aldi' or 'lidl' just look through some posts-generally concerning food- and good ole jase99 will soon show up.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/greek-feta-89p-aldi-2127552#post24282248
For example, he's near bottom of comments and to my knowledge everything he posts is negative. He will then sometimes/generally suggest you can get better and /or cheaper at tesco or Morisson's.

Edited by: "compadre" 6th Feb 2015

compadre

There is a way of compiling his comments but I am not sure how to do it. … There is a way of compiling his comments but I am not sure how to do it. Just go to the search facility at top of page and enter 'aldi' or 'lidl' just look through some posts-generally concerning food- and good ole jase99 will soon show up.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/greek-feta-89p-aldi-2127552#post24282248For example, he's near bottom of comments and to my knowledge everything he posts is negative. He will then sometimes/generally suggest you can get better and /or cheaper at tesco or Morisson's.



Maybe he's Dave Lewis.

dezontk

Maybe he's Dave Lewis.



That has been said before, very apt.

http://groceries.asda.com/asda-webstore/landing/home.shtml?cmpid=ahc-_-ghs-d1-_-asdacom-dsk-_-hp#/product/910001337334

I find Asda's own pretty good for £1 for 250g. No fragrance and less irritating. Great for drying up weeping eczema.

Morrisons do their own too which is more moisturizing.

Meredith2k5

Can this be used to either protect or heal tattoo's? I usually use … Can this be used to either protect or heal tattoo's? I usually use Bepanthen but its a little expensive, its also rarely on offer near me.



No, it'll cause your tattoo to fade prematurely.

Thanks, ignore the trolls, well done you for your 1st post heat added ! I use this for blemishes as it's better than other facial treatments, dries out blemishes and heals quickly

Sorry, cold! no 125g online OR in store as I was there today!

Can't seem to find it online ... but since it's a good fine, HEAT ADDED

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lornacameron520

Thanks, ignore the trolls, well done you for your 1st post heat added ! I … Thanks, ignore the trolls, well done you for your 1st post heat added ! I use this for blemishes as it's better than other facial treatments, dries out blemishes and heals quickly



Thanx a lot. Appreciate it.

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maggiexox

Sorry, cold! no 125g online OR in store as I was there today!



Sorry Maggie. Not online I agree but could find huge stock n did buy in numbers.

Why don't u try metro tesco. They would surely have with them.

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compadre

There is a way of compiling his comments but I am not sure how to do it. … There is a way of compiling his comments but I am not sure how to do it. Just go to the search facility at top of page and enter 'aldi' or 'lidl' just look through some posts-generally concerning food- and good ole jase99 will soon show up.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/greek-feta-89p-aldi-2127552#post24282248For example, he's near bottom of comments and to my knowledge everything he posts is negative. He will then sometimes/generally suggest you can get better and /or cheaper at tesco or Morisson's.



And why would you have a problem with me posting cheaper than Aldi deals from the British supermarkets. Think it's you with the problem, all I'm trying to do is eradicate the manipulation of deals on this site.

Tesco is selling this for £1 and the Aldi stores are selling it for £2. Yet there is little between the level of hot votes each have received. Even though I posted a cheaper price at morrisons as soon as the Aldi deal was posted.

Not available in my Tesco. Where was this found OP? It Dosent appear to be national.

jase99

CommentAnd why would you have a problem with me posting cheaper than Aldi … CommentAnd why would you have a problem with me posting cheaper than Aldi deals from the British supermarkets. Think it's you with the problem, all I'm trying to do is eradicate the manipulation of deals on this site. Tesco is selling this for £1 and the Aldi stores are selling it for £2. Yet there is little between the level of hot votes each have received. Even though I posted a cheaper price at morrisons as soon as the Aldi deal was posted.



I have no problem with you posting deals. Unfortunately I should say deal as todays is the first. All you generally do is diss anyones deal if it concerns aldi or lidl. As I have said before today you are the one who would appear to be manipulating these threads for your own reasons.

You can get 25p off voucher on their site too so 75p

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compadre

I have no problem with you posting deals. Unfortunately I should say deal … I have no problem with you posting deals. Unfortunately I should say deal as todays is the first. All you generally do is diss anyones deal if it concerns aldi or lidl. As I have said before today you are the one who would appear to be manipulating these threads for your own reasons.



The votes say otherwise and that other people are manipulating the site. Fact is I have proved this to be true with these recent offers.

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''The votes say otherwise and that other people are manipulating the site. Fact is I have proved this to be true with these recent offers.[/quote]''



You are strangely blinkered, and choose to do what you do out of personal vendetta against certain companies.

I am not talking about these sudocreme deals, but your career so far on this site. Which is basically trying to bring down the discounters in your own small way. As I have said before many people who even casually look at the discounters threads notice you, this is probably why you have disabled your ''follow'' button in your profile_ just so you can do your work in the background.


Edited by: "compadre" 7th Feb 2015

mcfatty

http://groceries.asda.com/asda-webstore/landing/home.shtml?cmpid=ahc-_-ghs-d1-_-asdacom-dsk-_-hp#/product/910001337334I find Asda's own pretty good for £1 for 250g. No fragrance and less irritating. Great for drying up weeping eczema.Morrisons do their own too which is more moisturizing.



you mean 200g

Dose anyone get it from store? I never seen 125g in Tesco

ShawShad

Dose anyone get it from store? I never seen 125g in Tesco



Not available i tried 3 stores
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