Sunday, October 11, 2015
Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream 125 g .........
Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream has been mum’s simple, effective ally for over 80 years and is great for soothing sore skin and treating nappy rash. Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream is versatile enough to be used by the whole family for all of life’s little dramas and can help with so much more than just treating babies’ bottoms!
• Nappy Rash
• Surface Wounds
• Minor burns
• Bed sores
• Reducing wrinkles
• Deep pores cleansing
• Lightening acne scar
• Remove blackheads
• Zinc oxide, which reduces the loss of tissue fluid
• Benzyl benzoate and benzyl cinnamate, which are ingredients of Peru Balsam (an aromatic resin extracted from the plant Myroxylon balsamum pereirae, known for its healing properties)
• Anhydrous hypoallergenic lanolin, an emollient which soothes and softens skin
• Benzyl alcohol, which has local anaesthetic and antiseptic properties that help to reduce discomfort
ORIGIN: Made in Ireland
SUITABLE FOR: All skin types
DIRECTION FOR USE:
Apply Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream to help treat and heal existing 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 the cream into the skin using light, circular movements. Try to avoid rubbing, especially if the skin looks sore
Step 4: Try to create a thin, translucent film on the skin. If white cream is still visible then you may have used too much (don’t worry, your baby will be fine, just remember to use a little less next time)
Repeat these steps until the rash has cleared. Then apply Sudocrem Care & Protect at every change to help prevent nappy rash.
Other uses - from minor sunburn to cuts and grazes
Step 1: Ensuring your hands are clean and dry, place a small amount of Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream on the tip of your finger
Step 2: Gently massage the cream into the affected area using light, circular movements
Step 3: Try to create a thin, translucent film on the skin. If the white cream is still visible then you may have used too much (this is ok, just remember to use a little less next time)
• Avoid direct contact with eyes. If the product entered into the eyes, immediately wash with water and consult ophthalmologist.
• Keep out of reach of children.
• For external use only.
While this product has been proven safe for its intended use, we recommend that you do a patch test first. If skin is irritated, immediately rinse with water and stop usage. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.