First Impressions: Nivea Cleansing Cream Wash

Nivea Cleansing Cream Wash first impressions review video

Cleansing cream wash c/o Nivea (here)

I was sent this Nivea Cleansing Cream Wash through the post the other day, not to review it as a blogger but because they had clearly sent out a blanket email to their contact list with the opportunity to get a product sent to you. You had to complete a form about your skin type, and then a product was sent to a select group of people, which is how I ended up with this item!

My first impression of the product was that it was sizeable. For £3.59 you get 150ml of product, which, when compared to other cleansers I've got make it super value for money. Designed for daily usage, I still think I'll get many weeks worth of cleansing from a tube this size.

The product is in lotion formulation and has a fresh, almost nostalgic scent that I associate with Nivea products. It is fairly thick but works into a lather easily and feels soft and non sticky on the skin. I would use this after removing my makeup with Micellar water and then rinse with this before applying moisturiser. It boasts a 'caring formula' which prevents skin from drying out-something I do suffer from-so it will be interesting so see whether it helps in that regard.

Nivea advise to use the cream daily for two weeks and then they have asked for feedback on the product; I'm not sure how much of a difference it can make to my skin's appearance but I am keen to give it a go and see if it helps, especially where my skin is dry. It is suitable for all skin types, even sensitive, and is dermatologically and ophthalmologically approved. Nivea state on their website that they do not test their products on animals, either, and this is an important consideration for me too.

I will review the product after I have given it the full benefit of the two week trial, as suggested, and see if it makes a difference!

XO Amie
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