Advantages Easy to use, works well and many uses
The first time many people come into contact with Sudocrem is when they have a baby and receive their bounty pack (for those who have never received or heard of a bounty pack, it is a pack of different manufactured products (nappies, baby bath, washing powder etc) given to mothers of new born babies, so they have the chance to try out the free products on offer). The sample is very small but it is well worth trying.Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream is a white cream, its main use is for nappy rash. But it does have a host of other uses that I will tell you about further on in this opinion.
One of the myths about nappy rash is it is caused by having the same nappy on for too long. Although in recent years disposable nappies have become so much better and help in keeping the babies wet waste products away from babies skin. The same is also true of nappy liners for terry towelling nappies. Even with these advances, baby’s skin has not changed, it is very delicate. Also the waste products that they produce have also not changed, they are very acidic and wet.Another myth is that your not looking after your baby properly, it can be very distressing not only for the baby but also the parents. This is because of the stigma attached.
Nappy rash can occur for many reasons, if the baby is feeling poorly is probably the most common, a change in diet can also make babies bottom sore. And surprisingly enough when a baby starts teething can also be a cause. A good thing to remember is if your baby does get a rash it can be a pointer that baby might be getting a cold, or coming down with something and therefore it might be worth keeping an eye on baby.Nappy rash shows itself as reddened painful looking skin, if left untreated it can begin to weep and be very painful and distressing for baby.
At the first signs of nappy rash, clean babies bottom thoroughly (as you would at any nappy change), and then apply a thin layer of Sudocrem to the affected skin. It really is as simple as that, and you will find the following day the rash will have subsided and in many cases cleared up altogether. If it still there carry on applying the Sudocrem. I would suggest though if it does not clear up after a few days or gets worse then either visit your Doctor, health visitor or your local pharmacist, just to be on the safe side.I have found that an application of Sudocrem on our children has always been enough to stop nappy rash in its track, in fact the next nappy change the redness has normally begun to subside. It seems to act as both a barrier and a moisturiser
Nappy rash is not its only use, we have used it for any skin irritations on babies, children and adults, and we have never had any allergic reactions to this cream.Just in case anyone reading this may be allergic to certain products in Sudocrem here is a list of the ingredients,
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|Value for Money|
|How easily is it absorbed?||Satisfactory|
|Does the product work?||Excellent - You can really see the difference|
|Tangle free agents||Not applicable|
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