Aug 14, 2011

Giveaway & Sudocrem Skin Care Cream Review

I'm gonna get straight to the point with this review, when Sudocrem first sent me a sample of their skin care cream I was unimpressed by it. The only way I can describe their packaging is blah and the notion that its handbag size seems ridiculous to me; when would I ever reach into my bag for a tube of thick white cream to smoother over a full face of makeup? 
I was also scared to apply this to blemishes, in my head something which appears to be heavy and moisturising would only make my spots worse right? After being assured on twitter of its wonderful properties I braved applying it over one spot and to my surprised the spot almost disappeared completely over night. 
OK so as a spot treatment it really works, more so than most. I don't know how or why it works but I don't care because right now there isn't a blemish on my face :)
That still led me to question why would someone buy this over a different treatment that already works for them? Its £1.99 for 30g, my previous treatment of choice retails for around £4.40 or 15ml. An absolute bargain!
Remember the cream is heavy so you need to apply it very sparingly. If you put to much on it makes your skin look and feel greasy. One more thing I liked about this product is the fact that I can wear it under makeup. So many products claim to be 'invisable' but dry up and flake off leaving my makeup looking patchy. This sinks in a bit like a moisturiser so works great under a primer or foundation. 
If you buy this product you won't get a sense luxury and yes, the product occasionally gets stuck in the tube; but you will get a simple, effective treatment for your blemishes at a good price. What more could a girl ask for? 


Sudocrem were over generous to me, they sent me 3 tubes. Two will last me forever so I'm giving one away! To enter just leave a comment below telling me what your favourite spot treatment is! The contest will close on the 29st August and anyone can enter, I shall be posting the prize myself to please leave your twitter/email address in the comments so I can contact you if you win. 

Good Luck,

Onna

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21 Comments:

At August 14, 2011 , Blogger Jenny said...

Oh wow, I haven't used sudocream since I was a kid and my parents used to put it on scraped knees and bumped elbows and such! It sounds really good as a skincare product though :)

My favourite spot treatment is the neutrogena pink grapefruit wash, smells so good! lucasjenny@live.co.uk
x

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger That Girl said...

Lol I seem to be a tad obsessed with spot treatments, I have accumulated so many. I think my favourite has to be the Tea Tree Oil from The Body Shop, and then second would have to be the Fresh Farmacy cleanser from Lush, it really helps calm down breakouts. I seem to be on a mission to track down the best spot treatment lol.

Twitter is @likecherrypie :)

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger daisychain said...

Ohhh I am so obsessed with Sudocream at the moment!

As it stands, my best spot treatment is Witch Skincare products, or a dab of good old sudocream before bed.

Twitter; @daisychaindream

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger shanice said...

I quite like the packaging 'cause it makes it seem more medical, like it's more likely to work haha. Sudocrem is actually my favourite spot treatment! I don't really have problem skin so it's just a case of getting right of the odd one/two that shows up & sudocrem's brilliant for that :)

email is.. alltheseprettythingsblog@gmail.com

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger LAUREN MCBRIDE! said...

I really need to start using Sudocrem for my skin - but I've always been a bit nervous because of it's thickness! I'll definitely have to try it soon though.

The best skin care treatment? Clinique anti blemish soap and cleansing lotion. :) x

@LAURENMCBRIDE
laurenjanemcbride@gmail.com

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger aimsss said...

I love love love Sudocream! I have been using it for years! When i first started getting blemishes i didnt think there would be any creas to suit my skin because I have quite picky skin! But i tried sudocream (after lots of failed attempts at others) and LOVED it! Clears it up so quickly :)
@Amylove1996
xoxo

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger Elle said...

My favourite spot treatment is panoxyl 2.5% aqua gel. love it.

My only memory of sudocream is smearing it into the carpet as a 5 year old... my mum wasn't best impressed to say the least. Not sure we have had sudocream in the house since then!


My twitter is @ellesconfession x

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger PickAndMix said...

My favourite spot treatment actually is sudocrem! Works a treat on blemishes too.

But I find that if i have a good skin care routine then it totally helps prevent spots in the first place.

@Elle Haha, i spread sudocream all over my friend's shoes when i was about 5!! Must be a sudocrem thing!

erika.davidson@ymail.com

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger Hannah. said...

My favourite spot treatment is breaking up a paracetamol tablet and mixing it with a bit of water! I also use Sudocrem and it's great! :)
Lovely review!

hannah_in_pyjamas@msn.com

xx

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger Ria said...

I know it'll sound odd but I use rescue oil on my spots. And they just go away!
freeeedz@yahoo.com

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger Sophie said...

my favourite spot treatment is tea tree oil, but I'm getting low on it!
sophiephiephie@live.co.uk x

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger Jade. said...

I'm not just saying this because the giveaway prize is a tube of sudocrem but it's my favourite spot treatment, and has been since I was at school. I've always suffered with spots on my back and face, I remember my friend Janice recommending it to me and I've sworn by it ever since, I have yet to use it from a tube though!

Email: j.hewitt4468@gmail.com
Twitter: @toofat4fashion

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger xXxStundonxXx said...

My favourite spot treatment is Sudocrem! I've used it for years, I've always had the big horrible tubs of it so this would be a lovely change!

leannestundon@hotmail.com

xxx

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger Bex said...

I'm definitely part of the Witch Skincare brigade for spot treatments, but I love Sudocrem!
I keep looking at these little tubes in Boots, still to pick one up though!
rebeccajlsk@gmail.com

xo

 
At August 14, 2011 , Blogger Lauren said...

I've heard lots of buzz about sudocrem lately and am so intrigued to see if it works for me to! At the moment I use Panoxyl for my spots and although it works it's really drying on my skin. Sudocrem sounds like it could be a great alternative!

Lauren x
@budgetbeautyqn

 
At August 15, 2011 , Blogger libbeh said...

My favorite spot treatment is laying on benzol peroxide and salycic acid and covering up the blemish with a band-aid. It usually works for me if I also combine it with a sulfur mask as well.

Thanks!!

-Libby
libbeh84@gmail.com

 
At August 15, 2011 , Blogger Raffles Bizarre said...

I'd love to enter. I actually use sudocrem, but from the big chunky pot, and have been wanting to get one of these handy tubes!

jess@rafflesbizarre.co.uk

 
At August 19, 2011 , Blogger Charli said...

My fave spot treatment is the witch skincare range! Sudocream has been around for years hasn't it!!! charli-dot-dot-dot@hotmail.co.uk x

 
At August 22, 2011 , Blogger va said...

I would say lemon juice works well .
tumblemumbo at gmail.com

 
At August 31, 2011 , Blogger COLORVIBE said...

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At October 25, 2011 , Blogger May said...

i would love to try sudocream!
my twitter is @may_csg
my email adress is fernandes.mayara@gmail.com

Bye!

 

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Giveaway & Sudocrem Skin Care Cream Review

I'm gonna get straight to the point with this review, when Sudocrem first sent me a sample of their skin care cream I was unimpressed by it. The only way I can describe their packaging is blah and the notion that its handbag size seems ridiculous to me; when would I ever reach into my bag for a tube of thick white cream to smoother over a full face of makeup? 
I was also scared to apply this to blemishes, in my head something which appears to be heavy and moisturising would only make my spots worse right? After being assured on twitter of its wonderful properties I braved applying it over one spot and to my surprised the spot almost disappeared completely over night. 
OK so as a spot treatment it really works, more so than most. I don't know how or why it works but I don't care because right now there isn't a blemish on my face :)
That still led me to question why would someone buy this over a different treatment that already works for them? Its £1.99 for 30g, my previous treatment of choice retails for around £4.40 or 15ml. An absolute bargain!
Remember the cream is heavy so you need to apply it very sparingly. If you put to much on it makes your skin look and feel greasy. One more thing I liked about this product is the fact that I can wear it under makeup. So many products claim to be 'invisable' but dry up and flake off leaving my makeup looking patchy. This sinks in a bit like a moisturiser so works great under a primer or foundation. 
If you buy this product you won't get a sense luxury and yes, the product occasionally gets stuck in the tube; but you will get a simple, effective treatment for your blemishes at a good price. What more could a girl ask for? 


Sudocrem were over generous to me, they sent me 3 tubes. Two will last me forever so I'm giving one away! To enter just leave a comment below telling me what your favourite spot treatment is! The contest will close on the 29st August and anyone can enter, I shall be posting the prize myself to please leave your twitter/email address in the comments so I can contact you if you win. 

Good Luck,

Onna

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Onna's Little Blog: Giveaway & Sudocrem Skin Care Cream Review

Giveaway & Sudocrem Skin Care Cream Review

I'm gonna get straight to the point with this review, when Sudocrem first sent me a sample of their skin care cream I was unimpressed by it. The only way I can describe their packaging is blah and the notion that its handbag size seems ridiculous to me; when would I ever reach into my bag for a tube of thick white cream to smoother over a full face of makeup? 
I was also scared to apply this to blemishes, in my head something which appears to be heavy and moisturising would only make my spots worse right? After being assured on twitter of its wonderful properties I braved applying it over one spot and to my surprised the spot almost disappeared completely over night. 
OK so as a spot treatment it really works, more so than most. I don't know how or why it works but I don't care because right now there isn't a blemish on my face :)
That still led me to question why would someone buy this over a different treatment that already works for them? Its £1.99 for 30g, my previous treatment of choice retails for around £4.40 or 15ml. An absolute bargain!
Remember the cream is heavy so you need to apply it very sparingly. If you put to much on it makes your skin look and feel greasy. One more thing I liked about this product is the fact that I can wear it under makeup. So many products claim to be 'invisable' but dry up and flake off leaving my makeup looking patchy. This sinks in a bit like a moisturiser so works great under a primer or foundation. 
If you buy this product you won't get a sense luxury and yes, the product occasionally gets stuck in the tube; but you will get a simple, effective treatment for your blemishes at a good price. What more could a girl ask for? 


Sudocrem were over generous to me, they sent me 3 tubes. Two will last me forever so I'm giving one away! To enter just leave a comment below telling me what your favourite spot treatment is! The contest will close on the 29st August and anyone can enter, I shall be posting the prize myself to please leave your twitter/email address in the comments so I can contact you if you win. 

Good Luck,

Onna

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