My Beauty Diary: Nivea 


My skin is my mission right now. I’m just not happy with it, but I’m working on it. My beauty posts have really honed in on Skincare and Foundation lately and today’s post is going to link in nicely with that. The hunt for amazing skin is never done! 
I’ve always been a Nivea girl. I’ve used the soft cream since my secondary school days as my moisturiser. I always use the sunscreen when on holidays and I jumped on the Nivea Post Shave Balm Bandwagon when other beauty bloggers suggested it was a great primer. (It’s not bad, but you’re skin has to be on good condition for it to work, I found). Just recently I picked up Nivea Lip Colour and Care lip balm, which I love. 
In the past I’ve said I don’t use Makeup Wipes, I don’t believe they’re a reliable product to remove make up properly. Now it’s time for me to hold my hands up and admit I might have been wrong… What’s changed my mind? The amazing Nivea 3 in 1 Micelar wipes! I’m actually starting to swear by these, not only do they remove all make up but they protect your lashes and tone your skin. The clean feeling after using them is something I’ve never gotten from a makeup wipe before. I still stand by cleansing your skin but, maybe I just needed to find the right wipe. 
I’ve also started using the Nivea 2 in 1 Cleanser Toner. This may not melt your eye makeup off but it sure works well as a face wash. Never fear though, the Double Effect Eye Makeup Remover and Sensitive Caring Micellar Water step in to lend a hand. They do what the Cleanser can’t and remove even the most stubborn mascara. 
For in shower cleansing I have been using the Creme Care Cleansing Cream Wash. I find this works well on the décolletage and especially on the shoulders where I’m prone to a blemish or two.
All in all, I find Nivea to be a great skincare brand. It’s never let me down and these new products only encourage me to continue buy into the brand and sing it’s praises. Don’t ever change Nivea 💙

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