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Spotlight | Nivea Cashmere Moments Cream Oil.

It's 34 degrees outside, and I'm just about to hit the shower for the second time today. Thanks to the unforgiving summer heat, I've been spending more time in the bathroom these days, more than any other place in the house. So I'm not surprised that our water bill for the month rose to an astronomical high, lol.

Today, I'd like to share with you the bath product that I'm currently using - Nivea's Cashmere Moments Cream Oil. Mum gave me a few bottles of these the last time she came home for a vacation.
Nivea Cashmere Moments Cream Oil.
It's a shower cream oil that contains cashmere extract, which is known for its conditioning and softening benefits. It also has the luxurious scent of orchid blossom, which I really love.
Shower Cream Oil.
It's also formulated with Hydra IQ - a skincare technology that makes the skin soft and smooth, and keeps it moisturized for 24 hours. This Hydra IQ technology is actually based on a study by Prof. Peter Agre, who discovered aquaporins in the skin. This discovery won him the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize for Chemistry.
Product description and ingredients at the back.
Check the label!
Dermatologically approved and pH skin-balanced, this product works wonders on dry skin, and safe to use on sensitive skin. 
Easy squeeze bottle with flip top cap.
The cream oil has a very light texture and foams quite well. You get a rich, thick lather even with just a small amount of the product. 
Shower cream oil. :)
What I love:
- The lovely scent that stays on the skin for hours!
- Keeps the skin soft, smooth, and moisturized.
- I can actually skip the lotion after I've bathed with this product.
- Just a little goes a long way.
- Affordable price. (£1.99, approximately Php 146 or $3)

What you might not like:
- This variant is not available in the Philippines.

Have you tried this shower cream oil before? What other Nivea products do you love?

14 replies:

Woman Tribune said...

Nivea has become such a huge brand dedicated to really caring for your skin. I love that their products are pH balanced, which is so important. This shower cream oil seems really great.

MikiHope said...

I have never heard of or seen this particular Nivea product before. I do like the sound of it and will be looking for it next time I am in the stores.

Rhea Bue | Styles and Writes said...

Shower oil? this is something new ah. :) I love Nivea's products in all fair.. super hiyang skin ko sakanila. hihihi :)

Animetric said...

I hope they bring this over to the Philippines! It sounds so luxurious... plus it's affordable.

Helena Oops said...

Looks like a great shower oil!
Thank you for sharing.
I love the brand.
Have a fab weekend!

Anonymous said...

I would love to try that. It looks like it works well.

Michelle F.

Ruth dela Cruz said...

Whoa! That's new! I am used to seeing smooth cream when pouring shower cream. What you got there is oil! I think I need that because I am always too lazy to apply lotion :D

Rebecca Swenor said...

Love this and I am going to have to try it. Thanks for sharing. :)

Yette said...

I loved my Nivea body oil. I was really intrigued by this one then I found out that it's not available here. Gggrr.. >.<

Still, this product looks definitely promising :)

Tetcha said...

I am intrigued by its "sensual" orchid blossom scent. Too bad, it's not available here. -- Maria Teresa Figuerres

Unknown said...

That looks yummy! I had to do a quick Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion. We use C in the Dominican Republic where I am from, and F here in Texas where I live. That is really hot and I can relate! So happy you have a nice shower gel to make you comfy clean!

Erin S said...

Who wouldn't want to try a lotion with the word Cashmere in its name :-) Love that you say the scent lasts. I hate cents that don't last! said...

I have been using Nivea since grade school days and I just love how it suits any skin type even for my baby, she didn't get irritated with their lotions.

Czjai said...

Hi Rowena! I have a feeling you will love the scent. :)

Hi Yette! I hope they bring this to the Philippines, too. :)

Hi Ruth! Yes, you can actually skip the lotion part of your routine if you use this for bathing. :)