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Sudocrem / Infacol


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 Sudocrem® Healing Cream is an emollient soothing cream which aids and assists in the management of nappy rash.

Even the best cared for babies may experience nappy rash. Your baby’s tender skin is delicate and can be irritated by stools, urine, humidity, detergents, soaps, alcohol and chemicals in lotions and oils.

Sudocrem® provides barrier protection for skin coming into contact with irritants, which is the best prevention of nappy rash.

Sudocrem® is used to treat minor skin disorders such as wounds, scratches, eczema, dermatitis, cuts and abrasions, and can also be used for the symptomatic relief of minor burns (including sunburn).

When applied Sudocrem® should be lightly feathered on in one direction so as to not damage or further irritate skin. Applied lightly in small quantities will allow cream to be translucent so that the wound is able to be seen.


Available at:

60g, 125g and 250g Tub available in the baby aisle at supermarkets, pharmacies and baby stores.

The convenient 30g Tube available in the First Aid/Medicinal section of Woolworths and selected pharmacies


Infacol Wind Drops are an effective method of treating wind in babies and infants with up to 150 doses per pack.

Babies get wind by swallowing tiny air bubbles with their milk, which become trapped, causing pressure and discomfort in the stomach. Infacol relieves infant wind before painful colic can occur.

It is the active ingredient in Infacol, which causes the small bubbles of gas in the baby's stomach to join together. This forms a larger bubble that can be easily expelled.

Infacol is sugar free and does not contain any antacids.

For best results Infacol should be given before each feed for several days, as it has a progressive effect, but don't worry if you forget one or more doses.

Continued usage may also help to prevent further build-up of wind.


Available at:

Infacol is available in the baby aisle at supermarkets, pharmacies and baby stores.


Always read the label. Use only as directed.
If symptoms persist, consult your health care professional.