This product has been around for a couple month's and I've been using it for a while.
Apply normal shower gel or soap over your body and rinse off
Step away from the water and apply the Nivea In-Shower Body Lotion to damp skin
(arm's and leg's etc) and once it's been smoothed onto your skin you rinse off
Since using this I see no need for an after shower body lotion, body butter but having said that I do have product's I'm trying to use up so I might apply a thin layer to my arm's and leg's sporadically but not daily because I'm lazy when it comes to moisturiser's.
The Warehouse because it's the first place I actually saw it on the shelves and it was $9.99 which I thought was a little bit expensive at the time but I've since realised after using it for a while it's going to last a few month's (I'd say 3 month's or more per bottle) so it's well worth it.
I hope when I go to restock that it's not hard to find. About 2 week's later I saw a Nivea display in my local New World and it was on offer for $7.99 but in a dark blue bottle, which is the Combination/Oily skin version so I bought that one as well but I'm still currently using this one.
If you were thinking of trying this product, please give it a try.
I received two sample's by giving the Nivea NZ's Facebook page my detail's but these sample's were received after I bought the bottle so I'm going to choose two random reader's who comment below saying they'd like to receive a sample (I only have the two sachet's below). If you're selected, I'll contact you to say you won and ask you for your postal address (postage will be paid by me) but theres just one rule: 1) in order to qualify you must live in Australia or New Zealand please.
Nivea is they're a Cruelty Free brand so that mean's none of the ingredient's have been Tested on Animal's and that's important to me because I don't want to spend my money on product's from brand's and companies that are still testing so I do a lot of my own research before buying new brand's because the wording on some product packaging is tricky.
If you'd like to know more about going Cruelty Free I recommend these sites because they have a lot of information which has helped me make decision's by knowing who the parent companies are behind famous brand's. In shop's look for the Leaping Bunny logo on packaging (more on that here) and a blog I refer to regularly is Humanely Chic here.
This post isn't Sponsored by Nivea or an associated company. The above product was purchased with my own money. The two sample's were provided by Nivea NZ who were giving out sample's to some of their Facebook liker's who completed a form, as a way of trying the product. I didn't tell them I was a blogger and I didn't promise them a positive review or seek compensation for a review if they sent me a sample! All opinion's are 100% honest, are my own word's and photo's. Please don't reproduce content but you may Like and share this post on social media with a link to my original post, please credit BalmainBeauty . Thankyou.