Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Celebrity Make-up Artist Offers Cold Comfort Tips from Sudocrem Skin Care Cream


Sudocrem Skin Care Cream has been used for years by celebrities and make up artists as a multi-purpose beauty product.  It does it all – soothes dry, chapped skin, spots and sunburn as well as treating cuts, burns and grazes.  And now that it has been launched in a stylish handbag friendly tube it is the must have beauty product of 2011.

For the last few weeks I’ve been using the Sudocrem Skin Care Cream (or SSCC) and it is the perfect product to keep in your dog walking kit, especially as the weather becomes colder.  It soothes cracked, chapped hands and protects skin from the cold winter winds.  It’s also there in an emergency to use to treat cuts or grazes.  I’ve also used it to calm down a scratch on my arm I received from Henry (when he alerts me to my diabetic sugar levels being to low, he ‘paws’ at me, and sometimes catches my arm).  It’s also perfect to use on my eczema, it’s very gentle and doesn’t make open sores sting like some creams do.  You only need to use a tiny bit, so a tube would last ages.  At £1.99 for a 30g tube it’s a real bargain.

Celebrity Beauty Tips

Sudocrem Skin Care Cream has joined forces with celebrity make-up artist, Sophie Brice to bring you some A-list tips on keeping your skin all dewy and soft during the coldest of British winters.

A veteran of the rough seas of The Pirates of the Caribbean set Sophie says, “The harsh, winter weather can be tough on skin so it’s more important than ever to protect skin with a robust beauty regime.”  Here are Sophie’s tips:

·         During the winter I always recommend my clients use a cream cleanser because this can be less drying than soap and water or a rinse-off cleanser.

·         Exfoliate, although it sounds strange, removing the top layer of dead skin cells can actually allow your skin to absorb more of the benefits of your moisturiser. Don’t over-do it though, or use an exfoliator that has astringents because these can also dry the skin.

·         Make sure you moisturise and switch to a slightly richer moisturiser to protect your skin from the drying effects of central heating.  Try a serum for night-time skin renewal.

·         I always tell clients to keep a general purpose SOS cream such as Sudocrem Skin Care cream in their handbags.  It’s a cheap and easy way to deal with dry or sore patches that appear during the day before they become a conspicuous problem area.

·         Don’t neglect your lips; they are unable to replenish their moisture by themselves so slick on a lip balm that contains SPF regularly.

·         Finally don’t forget your hands, slap on some rich hand cream every time you wash them to counteract the drying and ageing effect of soaps and hand sanitisers.



For more information about Sudocrem Skin Care Cream please visit www.sudocrem.co.uk

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