10 things you never knew about miracle product Sudocrem:
It was developed in a Cabra pharmacy in 1931 by pharmacist Thomas Smith to treat nappy rash.
It was originally called "soothing cream", the Dublin accent changed it to "suud-ing cream.
It was renamed Sudocrem in 1950 (although everyone still calls it Sudocream)
Free samples were sent to new mums to increase its popularity back in the day.
It's made at a factory in Baldoyle that employees 90 people.
34.4 million pots have been sold in 50 countries worldwide.
It's 85 years old this year.
It's formula has remained unchanged since its beginnings, if it ain't broke etc...
Amanda Holden and Kimberly Walsh are big fans.
In Belgium it's called Dermocrem as Sudocrem is a rude word over there apparently.
It may by good for nappy rash but it's great for spots and blemishes - but you knew that already!
Even Cheryl uses it on her spots!
Irish people swear by it.