NIVEA Creme’s unique preservative free formulation has remained under lock and key since its birth in 1911.
It provides the skin with all it needs to stay pure, making it the all time beauty classic!
What I liked:– thick texture absorbs quickly on dry skin– very moisturizing, leaves even
extra dry skin soft and smooth for hours– the price
What I didn’t like:– very basic formula; it can only moisturize skin– not suitable
for combination or oily skin
Packaging :It comes in the old-fashioned blue tin pot. Now this is something that i wish they would
revise, because it’s messy packaging, the closure almost always is defective and I somehow manage to spill
some. It’s usually a series of unfortunate events.
Fragrance :The fragrance of the Nivea
Creme been the same for as long as I can remember, and I’ve gotten so used to it that it
doesn’t bother me anymore. If you’re someone with a sensitive sniffer , and the typical cold-cream scent
isn’t your thing, well, tough luck!
Texture and Consistency :The one thing that everyone agrees on regarding the Nivea
Cream is that it’s a little too dense, and it’s not something you would want to use on your
face because it feels heavy on your skin , unless you have really dry skin. (As in, Reptilian scales -dry!) Another
issue is that it greases up really fast, and leaves a slightly
oily film on the surface of your skin. As for the hydration part, it does work really well.