Removing Sudocrem from child's hair - advice please

(8 Posts)
pleasethanks Sun 03-Feb-13 21:10:42

Make a paste with bicarb of soda and water and use as you would shampoo. Should help. May need to do several times though....

TomArchersSausage Sun 03-Feb-13 20:53:33

My dd did this too when she was about the same age. Gosh this has bought back memories. She's 14 nowgrin. Good luck!

Maitri Sun 03-Feb-13 20:43:46

Thank you, will try both.

Haha, my dd did this a couple of years back and it took 56 washes over the course of a week to get rid of it..... good luck.

Yamyoid Sun 03-Feb-13 20:42:15

Put the shampoo/fairy liquid on dry hair then rinse off.

tethersend Sun 03-Feb-13 20:40:10

Yy, fairy liquid. The detergent mixes the oil and water.

OhMyNoReally Sun 03-Feb-13 20:39:01

Cold tar shampoo. smile

Maitri Sun 03-Feb-13 20:37:08

DD (nearly 2 yrs) went wild with the Sudocrem yesterday and plastered herself and everything else in the stuff. Does anyone have any advice on how to remove it from a child's hair. I have now washed it three times in regular shampoo and there is still a waxy residue. Swarfega seems too drastic grin. How about Fairy Liquid?

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