Skin in desperate need of long-lasting hydration but can’t abide by thick occlusive formulas that clog pores and disrupt your makeup?
NIVEA’s latest day cream - NIVEA Nourishing Moisturising Day Cream SPF15 - boasts an ultra-lightweight texture, while promising a thirst-quenching amount of hydration with a dry to the touch finish. Doubling as a primer and including a touch of SPF, this budget-friendly option is looking like your new favourite daily moisturiser.
Our panel of Review Crew® testers put this lightweight daily hydrator to the test.
Beauty Crew sent NIVEA Nourishing Moisturising Day Cream SPF15 to a panel of women aged 35 to 44 with dry and sensitive skin.
Here’s what the Review Crew® loved about NIVEA Nourishing Moisturising Day Cream SPF15.
The fast-absorbing formula: Members loved the fast-drying and absorbing formula, meaning they were able to apply an ample amount of moisturiser. Many found it provided lasting hydration throughout the day without their skin feeling greasy or heavy.
The way it wore under makeup: Our reviewers found the moisturiser played well with their other skin care and base makeup products, with a number of members saying they’d happily use the moisturiser in lieu of a primer on no-makeup makeup days.
The added SPF protection: A number of reviewers remarked that they loved the inclusion of a light SPF to support sun protection and had even used the moisturiser on their kids for balmier days.
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The products for this Review Crew® trial have been provided by NIVEA to Bauer Media and BEAUTYcrew for the purpose of trial and review by Review Crew® members.
*This combined average star rating for NIVEA Nourishing Moisturising Day Cream SPF15 is based on a total of 48 reviews submitted and is correct as of 03/01/2020.
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Briar is the Beauty Editor at BEAUTYcrew. Her 'down for anything' attitude has resulted in more than a handful of hair transformations, and she doesn't mind being used as a guinea pig for the industry's most unusual products and treatments. Her work has also appeared on Refinery29, Girlfriend and beautyheaven.