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Expired - Sudocrem 400g - 7.97

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[Amazon.ca] Expired - Sudocrem 400g - 7.97

Very hot price for 400g. It's temp out of stock but can still place an order.

Edit: looks like it's out of stock now. Mods please help move thread.
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The6ix
Will this work for adults with thigh chaffeage? Face With Tears Of Joy
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You joke, but I actually have some for this explicit purpose. I work outside and the chafing can be ridiculous on a hot day!
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Thomasrox3 wrote: You joke, but I actually have some for this explicit purpose. I work outside and the chafing can be ridiculous on a hot day!
Yeah this cream is multi-purpose and works very well for protecting the skin and keep areas dry. I haven't came across another product that works as well as this one.
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Stuff like penatin and this aren't the best for inner thighs imho. They are too thick.

I tired Gold bond Spray among others, but the best I have used so far is "Anthony's No Sweat Body Defense". It's pretty expensive though, but even that I wouldn't use all the time. I alternate with "Glaxal Base Colloidal Oatmeal + Aloe Moisturizing Cream" as I have found out that all of these keep dry type of things cause irritation if used too often.
Please check my feedback:
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Vaseline for chafing. Works like a charm.
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Regular amazon price is actually around $11 so this is not 50% off as the website states but still a good deal. If you have a baby you need this.
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This creme runs with elevated superuser privileges, it must work really well!

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This is the lowest all time price. (Big tub 400g)

Thankfully I am almost done with diapers, hopefully anyways. I have posted this product 2 times and stocked up when it was $12.00. Its regular price at most places is $19.99.
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rideguide wrote: This is the lowest all time price. (Big tub 400g)

Thankfully I am almost done with diapers, hopefully anyways. I have posted this product 2 times and stocked up when it was $12.00. Its regular price at most places is $19.99.
I wouldn't dare stock up on sudocreme. I couldn't finish a small jar between first two children, ended up throwing out on expiry. This time I just bought the tiny tube.
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Tojued wrote: I wouldn't dare stock up on sudocreme. I couldn't finish a small jar between first two children, ended up throwing out on expiry. This time I just bought the tiny tube.
This is what I don't understand about this cream. Do you use it everytime or only when there's a rash? There are plenty of people online (and the manufacturer) that say to use it at every diaper change. We've been doing that and we go through a tub every 1-2 months. But I'm kinda starting to question whether it's actually necessary to use it every single time
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: This is what I don't understand about this cream. Do you use it everytime or only when there's a rash? There are plenty of people online (and the manufacturer) that say to use it at every diaper change. We've been doing that and we go through a tub every 1-2 months. But I'm kinda starting to question whether it's actually necessary to use it every single time
I use it only when there's a rash. Regular barrier cream (such as Vaseline) at every change. However I use sudocreme immediately I notice a rash... usually this is a single rash or two, which means I only use a very tiny amount on just those 2 rashes. And the rash is usually gone by next diaper change.

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