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I don’t use it in the daytime as I do find it too rich. But I swear by it for night time moisturising, definitely. I think genetics, sleep and hydration affect how your skin ages more than anything else so I’m not going to be sucked in my expensive anti-ageing creams.
After years of spending up to £50 a lot on posh moisturiser I've gone back to nivea in the blue tin. Only at night as it's so rich, I use one of the nivea day time ones in the morning. My skin has never been so soft and flake free. (I have very dry skin, it flakes easily) I wish I'd noticed years ago how good it was, I'd have saved a fortune!
Me too! Finding a moisturiser that my combination skin will absorb at all is a pain, but it likes Nivea night cream.
I've started using Lidl's Q10 night cream as a body moisturiser lately, too, and that looks like another hit so far. Either better or no different to any previous moisturisers in results, but it soaks in much more quickly.