Sudocrem: A brand we mostly associate with families. It’s not been seen as the most glamourous skincare brand out there, but their products have so many uses and I heavily relied on them when I had eczema prone skin. So when a PR team contacted me asking if I would like to try out Sudocrem’s Skincare Cream* I was like hell yess. Especially because British Winter weather is attempting to tear my skin apart.
Previous to being contacted, I hadn’t heard of this product. Mainly because I never associated Sudocrem with anything other than babies. However, I suddenly remembered how much Sudocrem saved my skin when I had severe eczema at university (Thanks dissertation stress). It’s only had fab results for me before and I can definitely say the same with this little tube I’ve been trying out over the past few weeks.
‘Sudocrem Skin Care Cream is an everyday cream designed for teenagers and young adults with spot prone skin. It can also soothe little rashes and dry patches and is perfect as part of a daily skincare routine to help maintain beautiful, healthy skin.’
This little tube is such a multi-use product and I’ve used it for so many different things.
It’s smaller than my palm size, but man it packs a punch. As a nightcream I’ve been loving it so far. I’ve been using it for the little bit of dry patches on my skin after I apply my overnight serum and it’s been fab. Not only is it great for dry skin, but it’s also been giving me a much unexpected glow in the morning. Yes, Sudocrem suddenly got glamourous. I’ve been really enjoying it as a night cream, every now and then when my skin is feeling a little tired.
I also enjoyed using it after a cleansing mask (which can sometimes leave my skin feeling a little tight), almost as a second face-mask, applying a thin layer all over. You can also use it as a spot treatment or on any sensitive/irritated skin to soothe it. Essentially, it’s a great little versatile product and it’s travel friendly (BONUS!).
*This product was gifted to myself by a PR team. Anything on this blog is subject to my honest opinion, as this blog is a space for me to me.*
I’m Eleanor, a UK Manchester based Lifestyle & Beauty Blogger. I write about beauty products, feminism, mental health and my adventures in the big city of MCR.