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    I would love to review! Both of my babies are still in nappies and both suffer from nappy rash now and again but my daughter is more prone. PM Sent

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    I would love to do a review. I have an 8 month old who has a little patch of irritation currently. I also have a 3 year old who is constantly tripping over and skinning her knees. I used sudocream with the toddler when she was a baby as I had a little sample tub. Pm sent

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    Would love to do a review. My daughter is 3 and son is 10weeks. Ds seems to already be getting nappy rash and has super sensitive skin. Currently using bapatham but would like to try sudocrem 😁 thanks!
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    Last edited by Lil Rue; 21-09-2016 at 08:05.

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    I'd love to do a review also. My little one is 10 months old and just noticed some redness. Have used another brand but it's not helping
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    Not too late - just need 6 more reviewers...

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    Oh yes I have a 22 month old girl and have used Sudo for her nappy rash previously but didn't realise that it could be used for her eczema that's just flared up too! I would love to test it out on that! PM being sent now!

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    I can do a review, I have a 2 year old still in nappies. I have used when a baby but not for a while, we have 2 year old molars popping through so the poos can make it very sore.

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    Actually I can't seem to find BH-community to PM

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsmac3 View Post
    Actually I can't seem to find BH-community to PM
    if you go to the user panel to send a PM, just type in BH-Community in the 'to' section and it should come up.

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    Yes I did that @BH-bubhub and it only came up with your user name. I might jump on a computer today and not the app


 

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