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Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream

Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream

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Sudocrem has been every mom's daily ally for over 80 years.

Baby diaper skin irritations
Sudocrem has been clinically proven to soothe and protect your baby's sensitive skin in three simple ways:
Contains an emollient that soothes irritations.
Its cool effect relieves pain and irritation.
Its water-repellent base forms a protective barrier, thus helping to stop the contact of any irritants (urine and feces) with the skin.
Cuts, abrasions and slight burns
Sudocrem is a mild but effective cream that reduces the risk of infection and has healing properties. It also helps to form a protective barrier over the sensitive area.

It treats skin irritations in the best possible way and helps to treat baby skin irritations from diapers.

When Is It Used?
Sudocrem is your daily, effective ally whenever you or your family have a skin irritation that needs gentle care.

Sudocrem soothes and protects against:

baby diaper skin irritations
cuts
abrasions
mild burns
mild sunburn

How to use

Sudocrem can be used at any diaper change to soothe the baby and protect your baby's skin.

Step 1: Make sure your baby's diaper area is clean and dry.
Step 2: With clean, dry hands, apply a small amount of Sudocrem to your fingertips.
Step 3: Gently massage in a circular motion so that Sudocrem penetrates the skin. (Try to avoid rubbing, especially if the skin looks irritated).
Step 4: The goal is to create a thin, transparent film on the skin. If the cream is not absorbed, then you have applied too much. (This will not be a problem for your baby, just put a little less next time).
Step 5: Repeat the application of the cream on the diaper area as often as needed.

Other Uses
Step 1: With clean, dry hands, apply a small amount of Sudocrem to your fingertips.
Step 2: Gently massage in a circular motion so that Sudocrem penetrates the irritated area.
Step 3: The goal is to create a thin, transparent film on the skin. If the cream is not absorbed, then you have applied too much. (This will not be a problem, just add a little less next time).

Ingredients

The composition of Sudocrem remains the same since 1931. The main ingredient of Sudocrem is: Zinc Oxide.

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