Nivea Launches An In-Shower Body Lotion Range

victorias-secret-backstage-11102010-29-820x1118Get ready for the new way to moisturise, with the launch of NIVEA’s new In-Shower Body Lotion range.

This is NOT a moisturising body wash, this is a hassle free way to moisturise while you’re in the shower. The innovative range – featuring two products, one for normal skin and one for very dry skin – has a unique formula that activates on wet skin after your regular wash with a shower gel and provides long lasting moisture to leave skin feeling hydrated and silky smooth.

So if you struggle to find the time or simply can’t be bothered to moisturise, this is the breakthrough your skin has been waiting for. Whether you’re a busy mum or just a woman on the go, the new NIVEA In-Shower Body Lotion allows you to pamper your skin and make moisturising an easy part of your everyday skincare routine.

To Use:

1. WASH – Cleanse with shower gel as usual and rinse off.

2. APPLY – Stepping back from the shower stream, apply a generous amount of NIVEA In-Shower Body Lotion. You’ll be amazed how quickly it rubs in.

3. RINSE – The caring formula will immediately be absorbed by your skin and then you can rinse off.

4. READY– Dry off and you can get dress immediately!

The product immediately absorbs into the skin, leaving a nourishing and caring coating on the skin’s surface to give your skin the moisture it needs. So gone are the days where you need to wait around for your skin to absorb moisturiser after showering, and with no greasy after-feeling, you can slip clothes straight on and carry on with your day.



NIVEA In-Shower Body Lotion will be in store September 2013. 


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