What the hell is in this stuff?!?! and why don't they market it as a cure all?
I cut my hand yesterday (deep enough to bleed but nowhere near deep enough to need stitches or anything). Cleaned it up and saw the sudocream that we used to use for nappy rash so rubbed some of that on.
The cut is virtually non-existent today! Either I have obtained superhealing abilities in the last couple of days or that stuff is some serious goodness!
I remember it seemed to clear up nappy rash pretty fast, but I am impressed.
Its fab stuff, we always have a tub in. Was a god send when I had my CS as they covered scar with a huge plaster (despite my notes saying I was allergic!) and this was the only thing that stopped the itching and cleared it.
Is it really good for eczema? My ds has little patches on his face and I've been using tiny smears of 1% hydrocortisone cream but I'm terrified I'm going to do some damage to his lovely face. If I could achieve the same with sudocreme I'd be one happy mama!
It pretty much IS marketed as a cure-all (read the tub!), it's just not marketed very well! Fab stuff, just realised we didn't pack some for the grandparents to put on DD's dry face, she'll come back all flakey tomorrow.