Thursday, 11 June 2015

A Handbag Staple

Mini Sudocrem
When I was growing up my mum used to tell me to apply Sudocrem to any nasty spots to reduce the swelling and I am glad I listened. It is one of those multipurpose products that has a rightful place in my medicine cabinet as it always comes in handy for any little emergencies. Yes your skin maybe covered in white blobs of cream but the results are always quick and great. Sudocrem have recently launched their miniature size skin care cream suitable for on the go.

You are able to pick up this little bargain here* for £2.11

Sudocrem Skin Care Cream is aimed at helping maintain beautiful healthy skin as part of your daily skin routines. It is suitable for all ages and all skin types, and works wonders on spot prone skin having the ability to be used as a face mask, moisturiser and spot cream. It is an absolute steal!

This handy little tube has a rightful place tucked into my handbag and I must admit it has definitely been a life saver for on the go emergencies. I like using this as a thick moisturiser so when my hands, elbows or even knees are on the more dry side I use this. I have also used this if I am staying at my boyfriends because it is already in my bag and if my skin decides to break out I just dab a bit of this over them. I also sometimes use this after the gym to avoid any redness and soreness from machines.

I am yet to try this as a face moisturiser or face mask I think those routines would be amazing for people with dry skin as the consistency is nice and thick. I am oily skinned and from experience in the past covering my whole face in Sudocrem wasn't a great solution as a teenager.

Overall I definitely think this is a one to get your hands on for your bags ladies! It is such a great little invention for those little emergencies on the go. Summer is on it's way too which is perfect because any sunburns or redness I get I can apply this!  

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16 comments

  1. This is so cute and you're right it'll be the perfect handbag staple!

    aimee xo

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    1. I love it! It has seriously saved me a lot of times on the go

      K ♥

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  2. I use sudocrem too and I love it! It's such a life saver! X

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    1. I know! It was really sunny last week and some of my skin burnt so this really helped when I was on the go!

      K ♥

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  3. I love Sudocrem and use it for everything! I don't know how well it would work for dry skinned people using it as a face mask as you may have noticed that it dries spots and such out but it's definitely worth a try. It works wonders! Great post :)

    Caitlin | Cosmetics, Cocktails & Cruising xx

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    1. Thanks lovely and I know I don't think I would ever try it as a face mask I'd be scared to!

      K ♥

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  4. I love that it comes in a mini tube now, much more hygienic and travel friendly that the big pot!

    Sara - She Who Is Short

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    1. It really has been helpful too! I was pealing last week and I had this on me which saved the day!

      K ♥

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  5. Sudocrem is always (and always will be) such an essential product!
    Rachel Coco

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    1. I agree it has definitely came in handy for me!

      K ♥

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  6. Couldn't help but nosy at your template - it is so cute! Great post, also.

    Much love,
    Lauren "Sweetened Sour" O'Hara
    http://lauren-ohara-x.blogspot.com

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  7. Sudocrem is a must have beauty must have!

    www.britishbeautyaddict.com

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    1. I know! It saved the day last week for when my skin was burnt!

      K ♥

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  8. I absolutely swear by sudocrem, I always have a few tubes of it nearby!

    lillies and lipbalm
    xx

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    1. I know it is always one of the products that has a rightful place in our medicine cabinets!

      K ♥

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