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24-09-2016 17:48 #43Junior Member
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I would love to be a reviewer! My DS is 3.5 months old.
He has both nappy rash AND eczema - poor mite! I didn't even know you could use Sudocrem on eczema, you certainly do learn something new every day!!
Thank you, PM also sent.
26-09-2016 12:35 #44
Final bump - reviewers will be finalised tomorrow
27-09-2016 09:00 #45
Anyone else online want to try this - just need a couple more reviewers. PM me before midday...
04-10-2016 13:30 #46Senior Member
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Received the cream today!
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11-10-2016 12:43 #47Senior Member
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When do we have to submit the review? Sorry if I missed the post. I have just received it late last week.
12-10-2016 11:11 #48
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03-11-2016 11:38 #49
The reviews are in - our reviewers were very happy with Sudocrem and the new tube-style proved very handy for most.
We now have over 90 reviews for Sudocrem and the overall rating for a product with that many reviews is an unprecendented 91% approval! (9 out of 10!)
Here are some of the comments from our recent reviews...
"I just love this product! Sudocrem has so many uses as I've been discovering lately and pretty much use it on any cut, sore, rash, spot and even on my own lips as a lipbalm overnight. I found it very easy to apply and unlike many other creams spreads very easily over the skin and the best part is you can see where you put it. I will be using it again and again for both my kids, my husband and I. Highly recommend as a go to for just about anything."
"Having a new baby that is 15 wks old with horrible nappy rash is always horrible for any parent. That's where sudocrem has saved my sanity for my little person. With a dairy intolerance every nappy is not pleasant to take off that's where sudocrem cream soothes my little mans botton and makes him comfortable again. I'd be lost without it."
If you'd like to read them all - the link is: http://www.bubhub.com.au/reviews/bro...ducts/sudocrem
At around $6 for the tube, it's definitely worth giving a try.
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