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Nivea After Sun Sensitive Gel 175ml
Nivea After Sun Sensitive Gel 175ml
Nivea After Sun Sensitive Gel 175ml
Nivea After Sun Sensitive Gel 175ml
Nivea After Sun Sensitive Gel 175mlNivea After Sun Sensitive Gel 175ml
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Nivea After Sun Sensitive Gel 175ml

Pack size : 175ml

AED 31.90(Inc. VAT)

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highlights
•Nivea Sun After Sun Sensitive Cream-Gel is a cooling, light and quick absorbing formula that soothes and calms your skin thanks to its main ingredients: Bio-Aloe Vera and Antioxidant
• NIVEA SUN After Sun Sensitive Cream-Gel provides intensive moisturising for 48 hours, relieves your skin from irritations and reduces redness, providing cooling effect to your sun-stressed skin
• Suitable for sensitive and sun allergic skin

DESCRIPTION

•Nivea Sun After Sun Sensitive Cream-Gel is a cooling, light and quick absorbing formula that soothes and calms your skin thanks to its main ingredients: Bio-Aloe Vera and Antioxidant
• NIVEA SUN After Sun Sensitive Cream-Gel provides intensive moisturising for 48 hours, relieves your skin from irritations and reduces redness, providing cooling effect to your sun-stressed skin
• Suitable for sensitive and sun allergic skin

Ingredients

Aqua Glycerin Isopropyl Palmitate Alcohol Denat. Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder Glycyrrhiza Inflata Root Extract Dimethicone Chondrus Crispus ExtractAcrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer Sodium Polyacrylate Sodium Hydroxide Ethylhexylglycerin Caprylyl Glycol

Gender

Women

Skin Type

Sensitive

INFORMATION

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from sunlight

Brand Message

Nivea is a German personal care brand that specializes in skin and body-care. It is owned by the Hamburg-based company Beiersdorf Global AG. The company was founded on 28 March 1882, by Paul Carl Beiersdorf. In 1890, it was sold to Oscar Troplowitz.