Nivea Sun Protect & Moisture Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50
A few weeks ago, we were planning for a trip to a nearby resort. I was expecting to spend a good time in the swimming pool under the scorching sun and I needed a really good waterproof sunscreen. As with most trips, I was doing some last minute packing and I came across this one which could be delivered through Amazon at a very short notice.
Price: Rs 499 for 125 ml and Rs 379 for 75 ml (Available on Amazon at a discount)
About Nivea Sun Protect & Moisture Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50
Moisturizing Sun and Collagen Protection SPF 50+. PA++++ UVA-UVB Protection System. Water Resistant.
My Take on Nivea Sun Protect & Moisture Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50
Packaging It comes in the typical Nivea blue colored bottle with a flip top cap – quite sturdy packaging. There is a very small nozzle to dispense the sunscreen. However, over time the sunscreen tends to dry and crust around the nozzle if not cleaned after every usage.
Appearance & Fragrance The sunscreen is kind of off-white in color and has a pleasant but prominent fragrance. The texture is thick and creamy. When you apply, it takes a while to blend – it looks like it might leave a white cast. But in five minutes or so and quite a lot of blending, it ultimately disappears, leaving a very very greasy layer behind.
Effectiveness I have used it during swimming. While in water, it appears like it is coming off – it shows a whitish layer. But later I realized that even though some of it gets washed off, it’s still super effective in guarding from the sun. Some parts on my back where I had missed out applying sunscreen were badly tanned, whereas the parts where I had used the sunscreen was at least 80% less tanned. For regular use, I avoid using it for my face since I find it too heavy. However I do use it for my body.
Do I recommend Nivea Sun Protect & Moisture Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50?
This is super greasy and makes your skin super oily irrespective of your skin type. However, it is super effective against sun damage.
What is your current favorite sunscreen? Do let me know in the comments below.
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