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NIVEA Creme 30 ml – universal cream (bonus)

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NIVEA Creme 30 ml - universal cream reviews: 98 %based on 10 reviews

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Details of NIVEA Creme 30 ml - universal cream (bonus)

NIVEA Creme – legendary cream in a blue tub that provides unbeatable care and protects every skin type. It has great nourishing and nurturing qualities which make it the most popular, universal cream in the world with a long tradition. It is suitable for all skin types, for both children and adults, for every day and every season.

The versatile NIVEA Creme contains Eucerit, an agent beneficial for the skin which keeps it hydrated for a long time and leaves it soft and silky. It also protects the skin from external influences and thus provides the perfect care for your face, body and hands. It’s preservative-free.

Product Details

ExpirationAt least 12 months
Weight: 65 g
Brand: Beiersdorf AG

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    From 3222 reviews - 98% are positive

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    Excellent service with competitive pricing & fast dispatch. Only disappointment is package size does not meet standard UK letter box size so have had to collect from post office after failed deliveries from Royal Mail.