NIVEA Sensitive Face Care Line Review

Effectively reduces 3 main signs of sensitive skin

I’ve talked about it on the blog before, I now have super sensitive, prone to breakout, skin. I’ve tried endless amounts of products to help battle my blemishes and dry skin, and although I’ve found a few products that have helped, no miracle workers yet. I have noticed when I use skin care lines that are targeted towards sensitive skin, it helps both these symptoms. Sensitivity can be caused by harsh weather conditions, everyday stress, the cosmetics we use, any number of factors can cause our skin to react.

The new NIVEA Sensitive Face Care Line helps us say goodbye to redness due from dry skin, tightness and dryness. It offers intensive, highly tolerable care that effectively reduces these three signs of sensitive skin. The line provides intense moisture, is a mid and ph-neutral, and contains no added parabens, colorants or perfume, just what everyone with sensitive skin is looking for. This 3 piece system contains a new innovated 3 in 1 Micellar Cleansing Water along with a Day and Night Moisturizer.NIVEA Sensitive Face Care Line  (1)

NIVEA Sensitive 3 in 1 Micellar Cleansing Water features a mild, yet effective cleanser that helps to remove makeup, even waterproof mascara, along with adding moisturize back into the skin, in one simple step. It requires no rinsing, which is perfect for traveling or for those long days when we don’t really have the time or energy to wash our faces. Although it never breaks the skin’s natural barrier, it acts like a magnet to pull out all makeup, dirt and oil from the skin. It’s formulated with dexpanthenol and grape seed oil to keep skin extremely hydrated and moisturized, which in return, will reduce redness and irritation.

NIVEA Sensitive 3 in 1 Micellar Cleansing Water comes in a plastic bottle with a lightweight, water like formula that once in contact with the skin, instantly melts and thoroughly dissolves all traces of makeup, dirt and excess oil. No rinsing is required, just soak a cotton pad with the cleanser and hold over face, lids and lips for a few seconds before gently sweeping away. No rubbing is required. I usually use about 3 to 4 cotton pads, on the days I wear makeup, to completely clear all traces. Just keep repeating until the cotton pad is totally clean, then continue on with your moisturized and daily/ nightly routines. This cleanser is gentle enough to use daily, even twice a day, without drying out the skin. It has a fresh, clean scent that effectively removes all makeup and leaves skin hydrated, soft, supple and extremely refreshed. I also love that is doesn’t clog my pores which can cause more breakouts and it doesn’t leave a nasty residue on the skin. It retails for $8.99 for 200ml.NIVEA Sensitive 3 in 1 Micellar Cleansing Water

NIVEA Sensitive Day Care and NIVEA Sensitive Night Care both have a mild, pH-neutral formula that provides intensive moisture while instantly relieving skin from the unpleasant feeling of tightness. It’s formulated with liquorice extract and precious grape seed oil to effectively reduce any redness caused by dry skin. The day cream will help soothe the skin, while the night cream with help to replenish skin’s moisture while you sleep.

Both the NIVEA Sensitive Day Care and NIVEA Sensitive Night Care have a rich and creamy texture (the night one being a little thicker) and absorbs into the skin fairly quickly without feeling greasy or sticky. It blends into the skin beautifully, without feeling heavy and helps to rehydrate and refresh the skin. Both have a lightweight formula that’s perfect for applying under makeup or before bed, without clogging pores or causing breakouts. It helps to replenish dry, dull skin for a healthier, softer, supple, more radiant finish that lasts throughout the day and night. It retails for $8.99 each for 50ml.NIVEA Sensitive Day Care NIVEA Sensitive Night Care
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