Sudocrem has been mum’s simple effective ally for over 80 years. The very best at helping to soothe sore skin and treat nappy rash.
Sudocrem is clinically proven to soothe and heal your baby’s delicate skin and works in three simple ways. First it contains an emollient that soothes sore or inflamed skin. Second it works as a mild, local anaesthetic to help ease pain and irritation. Finally, a water-repellent base forms a protective barrier, helping to stop any irritants (urine and faeces) coming into contact with the skin.
Sudocrem is a gentle yet effective cream, it reduces the risk of infection and contains a mild local anaesthetic to soothe discomfort. It also helps wounds to heal by forming a protective barrier over the vulnerable area.
When to use?
Sudocrem is your simple effective ally whenever you or your family has a skin complaint that needs some gentle care.
Sudocrem can be used to heal:
- Nappy rash
- Minor burns
- Bed sores
How to use on nappy rash?
Sudocrem is a medically licensed product, please make sure you read the label.
Sudocrem can be applied, at every nappy change, to help treat nappy rash and soothe your baby’s skin.
- Step 1: Ensure your baby’s bottom is clean and dry.
- Step 2: With clean and dry hands, place a small amount of Sudocrem on the tip of your finger. Remember a little goes a long way.
- Step 3: Gently massage Sudocrem into the skin using light, circular movements. (Try to avoid rubbing, especially if the skin looks sore.)
- Step 4: You want to create a thin, translucent film on the skin. If the white cream is still visible, you may have put too much on. (If this happens, your baby will be fine, just put a little less on next time.)
- Step 5: Repeat the application of Sudocrem to your baby’s bottom as often as you need to.
- Step 1: Ensure your hands are clean and dry, then place a small amount of Sudocrem on the tip of your finger.
- Step 2: Gently massage Sudocrem into the affected area using light, circular movements.
- Step 3: You want to create a thin, translucent film on the skin. If the white cream is still visible, you may have put too much on. (This is okay, just put a little less on next time.)