Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Are YOU Sudocrem’s 2011 Christmas Superchef?

Sudocrem launch their Christmas Facebook competition – to crown their ‘2011 Christmas Superchef’ - the grand prize being a 3 day trip to one of France’s top cookery schools for two people.

Sudocrem are getting stuck into the Christmas spirit this year by asking the nation’s parents to grab their cooking utensils, chef’s hats and create and share their best Christmas themed recipes on their Facebook page. Entrants will be judged by Channel 4s ‘How Clean Is Your House’ hostess, Aggie Mackenzie (who has just released ‘Aggie’s Family Cookbook’), who will select three winners who will win (first prize) a 3 day cookery course in France for 2, (second prize) a £150 Selfridges Christmas hamper and (third prize) £75 Marks & Spencer’s vouchers.

How to enter:

Step 1 - Prepare, bake, fry, steam, boil or stew your own Christmas themed recipe then take a picture of your creation
Step 2 – Visit and ‘Like’ the Sudocrem Facebook page (www.facebook.com/Sudocrem)
Step 3 - Follow the competition page instructions: Enter your name, upload your picture and paste your recipe into the text box provided
Step 4 - Keep your fingers crossed that Aggie takes a shine to your creation!

Competition Start Date - 7.12.2011
Competition Finish Date – 4.1.2012
Competition winners announced – 5.1.2012

The Prizes:

1st Prize: 3 day cookery course for 2 in France and £200 contribution towards travel
2nd Prize: £150 Christmas Hamper from Selfridges
3rd Prize: £75 Marks & Spencer’s vouchers

FACTFILE:
Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream has been helping to soothe sore skin for almost 80 years. The market leader nappy rash cream, it’s used by mums, dads and healthcare professionals everywhere.

Unlike some nappy rash products on the market, Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream is a licensed medicine, which means we’ve had to submit clinical data proving that Sudocrem is an effective and safe treatment and of consistent high quality.

It has proved itself as a product that can be trusted to soothe, heal and protect a baby’s delicate skin and works in three ways:

• It contains an emollient that soothes sore or inflamed skin.
• It works as a mild local anaesthetic to help ease pain and irritation.
• A water-repellent base forms a protective barrier, helping to stop any irritants (urine and faeces) coming into contact with the skin.

Sudocrem asks that you always read the label. That's Christmas asks that you remember to have some in your Christmas first aid kit.

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