Here is the rating for Nivea Soothing Hand Cream with Glycerin & Olive. As we grapple with the “new normal”, hand washing has become an extremely important part of our daily lives. The strong soap formula in hand wash products often leaves our sensitive hand skin dry and damaged.
Damaged hand skin makes us more susceptible to microbes. Using a good quality, non-greasy hand cream solves all of these problems at once. That’s why I’ve made it my goal to apply a drop of hand cream after hand washing if possible.
Nivea launched a pocket-friendly range of hand creams a few months earlier.
I tried and loved their pampering option. This time I chose Nivea Soothing Hand Cream with Glycerin & Olive. Let’s get to the detailed test to learn more about this hand cream.
About Nivea Soothing Hand Cream with Glycerin & Olive
Your hands are exposed to many things: weather, rough surfaces, hand washing, etc., which makes them dry and rough. It’s time to give them the care they deserve. The NIVEA hand cream with soothing glycerine and olive restores the moisture that has been lost in your skin and gives you soft and smooth hands that you will love.
1. Long Lasting Moisturizer: Ultra nourishing hand cream that will keep your skin soft and smooth
2. Rapid absorption: The formula is quickly absorbed by the skin to restore lost moisture from within
3. Non-greasy texture: the rich texture makes hands soft and smooth without leaving any oily marks
4. Easy to take with you: With practical packaging for on the go
Packaging: This hand cream comes in a white clastic squeeze tube. The tube has a screw cap. I don’t like screw caps because I often lose them. The packaging is robust packaging.
No product is spilled. The opening of the tube is thin enough to dispense the desired amount of product with light pressure. The packaging is very simple; You will not find cruelties for eye candy on the label. Nivea has provided the full list of ingredients which I find very useful.
Color & Consistency: The hand cream is a pure white, thick cream. The consistency is thinner than normal cold creams, but certainly heavier than the other variants of the Nivea hand cream series.
This cream is designed for very dry hand skin, so the formula is moisturizing. It is a paraben free hand cream. Just a drop of the cream gives me the nutrition I want.
Scent: Nivea Soothing Hand Cream with Glycerin & Olive has a light floral scent. The scent seems really calming to me. It is very similar to Nivea’s Pampering Hand Cream with Glycerin and Honey.
Strong scents can irritate dry skin, so Nivea has reduced the fragrance strength of this olive hand cream. The smell disappears within 10 minutes and then becomes completely fragrance-free.
Quantity & Price: This hand cream costs Rs.90 for 75ml. Hand creams aren’t cheap. Most hand creams only contain 30ml of product and the price is around Rs.300 for basic scented creams from The Body Shop, The Face Shop, etc.
This Nivea hand cream is a product with a good price-quality ratio. Price, quantity and quality are comparable to the expensive ones.
My general thoughts:
I have dry hands. I like my hand creams to be moisturizing enough but not greasy. Nivea Soothing Hand Cream with Glycerin & Olive perfectly meets my needs.
Its moderately thick formula holds moisture in my skin and prevents flaky dryness. The summers are very humid in my place.
Thick hand creams cause sweaty palms. Thankfully, this hand cream doesn’t make my skin sweaty or greasy. I just apply a pea-sized amount and massage.
It is absorbed in 15-20 seconds and the skin stays moist for 2-3 hours. Given the texture, I think this product will work just as well in winter.
I like the scent, but I would have loved it more if it had a fruity-floral scent. It’s not a problem that olive-based products don’t have a berry scent! I have tried many other branded hand creams as well.
I didn’t find any difference between these Rs.300 hand creams and this Rs.90. I will definitely keep using this area and suggest everyone get this too.
* Written by Sreeparna
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