13 June, 2011
Sudocrem Cream ... In a tube!
In recent years it has been marketed to a wider audience, with celebrities such as Cheryl Cole and Tess Daly saying that they use it as their skin saviour for spots and blemishes. I purchased a tub not long after reading that Cheryl Cole swears by it, a few years ago. I was impressed, it works quite quickly in taking the redness out of a spot and helping it to go down.
So, a while back I got an email informing that Sudocrem is now newly available in tube form. Finally, I thought! I was sent a sample to try out, and I like it. I don't know it if is supposed to be or not (I have been informed by Kate that they are not the same - I should have researched better. The tub is a medicated cream with a license and the tube is just a skincare cream. I couldn't tell.) but to me it's the same cream, but maybe just a tad thicker than the cream in the tub is. For me it works the same and is much easier to use, I absolutely hate sticking my fingers into a tub and getting cream all under my nails, and now I don't have to. I like to have a sudocrem mask every now and again too, when my skin is being particularly awkward - that's where I cover my face in sudocrem and leave it for 20 mins or so.. It looks a little scary but does the trick!
You can purchase this cream from Boots stores, and on the website. It's cheap as chips and does the trick, definitely a must have for me.
Do you use Sudocrem, if so what for?