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Sudocrem is a zinc-based emollient (barrier cream) that soothes and protects skin by providing a barrier between the skin and substances known to cause irritation such as all forms of moisture but specifically urine and faeces which contain harsh chemicals.
Nappy rash is linked to wet or infrequently changed nappies, diarrhoea, new foods and antibiotics. The main symptom is a red rash on the buttocks. In severe cases, symptoms such as fever and widespread rash can occur.
Step 1: Clean and pat dry the affected area Step 2: Feather a small amount to the affected area leaving a translucent film (you should not see a white cream) Step 3: Re-apply as often as required (always clean and dry the affected area before re-applying) Prevention is better than Cure: Sudocrem should be thinkly applied after every nappy change
Sudocrem Healing Cream is a barrier formulation to help protect skin against nappy rash. Protects & provides soothing relief of nappy rash symptoms.
A soothing emollient cream which helps protect skin against nappy rash and provides relief of nappy rash symptoms.
IMPORTANT INFORMATIONContains no latex.
Active Ingredients: Zinc Oxide 15.25% w/w.
Contains: Benzoates and Benzyl Alcohol.
USAGE ADVICEUse only if tamper evident seal is unbroken.
SAFETY DIRECTIONSAlways read the label and follow the directions for use
STORAGE INSTRUCTIONSStore below 25°C.
Storage Temperature: Below 25°C.
Q. Where can I buy Sudocrem Baby Cream 400g for Nappy Rash? A. Sudocrem Baby Cream 400g for Nappy Rash can be bought online on the Live Healthy Online Store.
Q. What's the origin of this item? A. Sudocrem Baby Cream 400g for Nappy Rash is imported out of Australia and manufactured by Sudocrem.
Q. What's the expiry date for Sudocrem Baby Cream 400g for Nappy Rash? A. At the very least, each product has a use by/expiration date between 12-18 months from the date of purchase. We never sell expired products. The length of time for the expiration date or "best used before" date depends on the type of product, as well as the brand. Some perishable items (such as certain probiotics) generally have shorter expiration dates.