Nivea In Shower Body Moisturiser Skin Conditioner Review

Nivea In Shower Body Moisturiser Skin Conditioner

Nivea In Shower Body Moisturiser Skin Conditioner

Nivea In Shower Body Moisturiser Skin Conditioner

Unfortunately, I was not one of those people that was blessed with ‘normal’ skin.  Like the skin on my face, the skin on my body is is dry and is in constant need of nourishment.  This was not always the case though and I’ve only noticed a decline in the last few years or so.  Any product that promises to help keep my skin moisturised I’m pretty willing to try and if it saves me time in the long list of beauty regimes then even better as I really despise moisturising after my shower.
I’d seen adverts for the Nivea In Shower Body Moisturiser Skin Conditioner (Boots £3.59) on the television and thought it seemed like a perfect product.  Unfortunately for me I hadn’t been listening properly and I thought you could use it as a shower gel and moisturiser in one.  What you’re actually meant to do is wash yourself with shower gel/soap first and then apply this to your skin.  I was bitterly disappointed when it arrived in my online supermarket shop that it wouldn’t save me any time whatsoever and was in fact probably going to add time to my shower routine.
That was until I used the product.  One word (ok two); heavenly soft!  That is how I would describe my skin after using this product.  It really does do what it says on the bottle.  After a towel dry I notice a considerable difference with the texture of my skin.  It feels smooth and soft and I don’t need to moisturise afterwards.  In fact it has turned out to be a time saver as I no longer need to wait to dry after moisturising before I can get dressed (I hate that sticky feeling!)  There is also no waiting whilst you are in the shower ad you can rise off immediately after applying.
I picked up the one that is specifically designed for dry skin but I’ve seen the one for normal skin floating around on the shelves of Boots and my local Tesco (in a white bottle).  Just a quick word on the ingredients; it contains almond oil (the normal one has sea minerals) which is notorious for it’s skin softening properties.  It’s also worth mentioning that it is free from artificial colours or silicons.  I don’t think I’ve ever had a bad experience with a Nivea product but it seems to be a brand that I constantly forget about.  My mum swears by the face cream and tinted moisturiser and I’ve dabbled with their lip balms in the past.  I think this product may help many people rediscover Nivea and I know that I will most certainly be sneaking this into my online shopping again when it runs out.

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