- How can I protect my baby’s skin from wet or dirty diaper?
- Are there any products I should avoid using on my baby if I’m also using Sudocrem®?
- How much Sudocrem® should I put on?
- I have heard nappy creams may clog nappies, making them less effective – does this happen with Sudocrem®?
- What is Sudocrem®?
- Who makes Sudocrem®?
- What are the ingredients?
How can I protect my baby’s skin from wet or dirty diaper?
There are many good things that you can do to protect your baby’s skin! To find out more visit our nappy discomfort hub.
Are there any products I should avoid using on my baby if I’m also using Sudocrem®?
There are no known interactions with any other products.
How much Sudocrem® should I put on?
Less is more and with Sudocrem® a little goes a long way! Only apply a small amount in a thin layer and massage in small circular movements until the Sudocrem has disappeared leaving a translucent film. If the area looks white afterwards, put a little less on next time.
I have heard nappy creams may clog nappies, making them less effective – does this happen with Sudocrem®?
If Sudocrem® is applied correctly (a small amount, applied thinly), there is no evidence to suggest that it will affect a nappy’s ability to absorb urine.
What is Sudocrem®?
Sudocrem® has been mum’s simple effective ally for over 80 years. We’re the market leaders in helping to soothe and protect skin , Sudocrem® products are used by millions of healthcare professionals, mums and dads everywhere.
- It contains moisturiser and emollient that soothe skin.
- A water-repellent base forms a skin barrier by creating a protective film in the nappy area.
Who makes Sudocrem®?
Sudocrem® Cream is manufactured in Ireland by Forest Tosara Ltd.
What are the ingredients?
Aqua, paraffinum liquidum, zinc oxide, paraffin, lanolin, ozokerite, sorbitan sesquioleate, benzyl benzoate, synthetic beeswax, benzyl alcohol, propylene glycol, benzyl cinnamate, parfum, linalyl acetate, BHA, citric acid & BHT.