Hello lovely ladies! Today I am back with another review and this time I have picked Nivea Creme for the same. It’s late in the night and I am feeling very sleepy, I have been thinking to share this cream’s review for very long and today I have decided to share its review finally. So without wasting much of time let’s quickly get to the review of this Nivea Creme.


What does the company claim?

Nivea creme claims to be the unmatched moisturiser for every skin type, for children as well as for adults and during all seasons. NIVEA Creme provides the skin with all it needs to stay pure, fresh and smooth. This cream also claims to be dermatological approved.

Ingredients: Aqua , Mineral Oil, Paraffinum Liquidum (Mineral Oil) , Cera Microcristallina , Glycerin, Lanolin Alcohol , Paraffin , Panthenol , Decyl Oleate , Octyldodecanol , Aluminum Stearate, Citric Acid , Magnesium Sulfate , Magnesium Stearate , Parfum ,Limonene , Geraniol, Hydroxycitronellal , Linalool , Citronellol , Benzyl Benzoate, Cinnamyl Alcohol.


Use Before: 30 Months from the date of Manufacturing.
Price: INR 115 for 100ml


·                     Its gives a mild glow.
·                     Work well on dryness.
·                     Economical.
·                     Trusted and old brand.
·                     Does not react with skin.
·                     Makes skin supple and smooth.
·                     Travel friendly.
·                     Works good as a night cream.

·                     Unhygienic packaging.
·                     Can make skin look sticky.
·                     Heavy and greasy composition.

My Experience with Nivea Creme:

Well! This Nivea Creme comes in a blue jar type packaging and thus making it a bit unhygienic. I have oily skin, and due to its heavy and greasy consistency I thought to restrict it to my body parts except face and I am glad that I made this choice as this cream is very thick and makes the skin of your face very sticky, thus I skipped it’s facial use. Though when applied it on my hands and feet, this Nivea Creme gave a good glow and worked very well with dryness. A person with oily skin should avoid its use on face. However, this works fine as a night cream. As far as its fragrance is concerned, it was bit annoying to me as it’s a bit strong and reminded me of Boroline antiseptic cream which I used to apply on my lips in teenage days. Overall, this is a good moisturizing cream but people with oily skin texture should absolutely restrict its use to hands and feet.



Will I repurchase it?

Yes, it worked well for dryness of my hands and feet so I will repurchase it.
Our Rating: 4/5
Categories: Nivea Review

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