Competition – Win a month’s supply of Sudocrem Skin Recovery Cream

Today I’m happy to share with you a giveaway for a month’s supply of Sudocrem’s new Skin Recovery Cream. It’s silky smooth and makes your skin feel wonderful. I get quite dry skin at this time of year, and by using the cream before bed, I’ve seen a difference when I wake up in the mornings. Plus I’ve only been using it for 5 days.

Living close to the beach and of course being out in the garden all Summer. We have had the most gorgeous hot weather, and I do use factor 50 sunscreen due to my fair skin. But inevitably my skin needs a little time to recover from the sun.

Sudocrem's Skin Recovery Cream

Autumn is the time for transition, and the best Autumn skin care routines will help to correct any summer damage that’s occurred and help you get back into your daily skin care routine. Enter centre stage, the new Sudocrem Skin Recovery Cream.

About Sudocrem’s Skin Recovery Cream

Using a combination of soothing & moisturising ingredients from beeswax to lanolin, Sudocrem’s new Skin Recovery Cream helps the skin to look fabulous and healthy every day. Apply in the evening before bed, to help soothe and restore the skin and to help treat breakouts and spots. So, in the morning, you can rise and shine! It’s simple, it’s effective and most importantly, at £5.99, it’s affordable. Sudocrem Skin Recovery Cream is 2018’s must-have beauty skin care product.

Sudocrem's Skin Recovery Cream

“Cold weather and central heating can wreak havoc on the skin during winter, causing it to become dry and irritated. The key to healthy winter skin lies with hydration.” Says, Dr Vikram Rajkomar, a highly-experienced Consultant Adult & Paediatric Dermatologist at Pall Mall Medical. “Sleep also helps fight the signs of premature ageing by allowing the skin to replenish and repair itself overnight. You can give your skin a helping hand by applying a rich moisturising cream before bed for a brighter and healthier complexion”.

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Available from:

£5.99 for a 30ml tube at Boots nationwide.


For your chance to win a month’s supply of Sudocrem’s Skin Recovery Cream (3 tubes) please fill in the Gleam widget below.


Win a month’s supply of Sudocrem Skin Recovery Cream.

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64 thoughts on “Competition – Win a month’s supply of Sudocrem Skin Recovery Cream

  1. Cleanse, tone and then moisturise – but, if i am really tired, i have been know to skip this in preference of a quick wash with soap and water x

  2. I’m a rebel…routine is just not my thing…hahaha, but seriously I wish I had time – thank god for Sudocrem, Vaseline and if I’m very lucky Liz Earle’s Hot Cleanse and Polish 😉 x

  3. I dont currently have one but my skin has gone so dry because of the weather so im looking to find a product to use this sounds perfect!

  4. Eye Make-up remover, deep cleanse with an oil-based wash-off cleanser & Foreo, then second cleanse with micellar water, Toner, retinol, hyaluronic acid,eye cream, face oil, night cream (I have very thirsty skin!)

  5. I make sure that my face is clean and then I put on some moisturising cream to sleep in, I suffer from dry skin so it’s a must every night!

  6. Sometimes I forget to do anything at all, but I try at least to wash my face with my tea tree cleansing wash or wipe with a face wipe.

  7. I usually just wash and leave my skin to breathe overnight as creams that don’t bring me out in spots are hard to find and expensive!! This is one I’d love to try, as it’s new to me x

  8. I’m so bad I literally don’t even have a bedtime skincare routine! Probably why I have awful skin lol

  9. Sorry didn’t reply to the question you asked. My normal skincare routine at bedtime is to remove make up with Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish

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