Saturday, July 28, 2012

Nivea Soft Moisturizing Creme and My Tin Collection

Nivea Soft Moisturizing Creme is a light, fluid cream moisturizer with gentle powdery floral scent (that turns a little rubbery after it's rubbed in). With just a little dab, it moisturizes and leave my skin soft and free of residue. I couldn't double-peel the label off to review the ingredients (not to mention their website contains too much half nekkid people and making out for my to stay/find out any detail).

It actually works really well as a night time moisturizer as it hydrates without giving too much oil (it hasn't caused any reaction, bump or milia seed.  For a carried-around cream on the go, I just find it a little too runny for my liking so I will just be sticking to the blue tins...since they are so darn cute.
Here are some of the tins  I have collected for the past few months - I have a thing for round tins...
The multi-cultural one - At least it doesn't have people "touch and be touched" (what kind of brand slogan is that?)
My Favorite of the real-life picture bunch because there is no face!  Most of the time, I don't want keep pictures of random people (unless it's Johnny's Juniors...)

3 comments:

  1. I tried the blue Nivea cream and it broke me out on my face, I like it as a hand cream at night though!

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  2. I've got countless of these little babies in many of my purses, in my car, my desk etc. So cheap and they work on my often red/irritated/dry knuckles very well!

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  3. Connie:
    When it tried it a few months ago, it did give me some milia seeds but for some reason it's working better in summer (especially after the nivea creme soft soap). It was decent as a hand cream but the smell is a little too strong to be taken out in the public.

    Natalie:
    I have 10 of them (blue tins)mainly because I got them for free at CVS.Lol.

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