This year Nivea have teamed up with The Voice UK as the official backstage partner. To celebrate, they are offering one of my followers the chance to win a cleansing kit. If you want to enter, you need to head on over to my Instagram page and follow the directions underneath the Nivea photo. I thought that I would use this post to show you what you can win.
Nivea were one of the first skincare brands I ever used many moons ago and they are quality yet super affordable products that many people love. This is a cute little kit that has your cleansing needs covered. Please note that your prize will be sent to you directly from Nivea. You have the chance to win 3 products, and I’m going to go into a bit more detail to tell you about them.
Now I know cleansing wipes can get a bit of bad press, but I do believe they have their place in a skincare routine. Whether it’s as your first step in an in depth regime, or if it’s the end of a drunken night – don’t write them off. I like to use wipes when I’m swatching too as they’re quick, easy and can certainly shift makeup. The Nivea Daily Essentials 3-in-1 Cleansing Wipes (£2.99) are enriched with Micellar Water and Vitamin E and are super soft. They moisturise and cleanse deeply (for wipes) and will remove your makeup easily, even waterproof mascara. The wipes respect the skin’s natural moisture balance to leave you with a complexion that feels soft and cared for.
Every brand and their dog seems to have a Micellar Water these days, but Nivea are the first brand to offer one with 0% residue. This means you’re left with no oil or film on your skin after use. The Nivea MicellAIR Skin Breathe Micellar Water (£4.99) contains antioxidant packed grape seed oil so it is nice and calming on the skin and doesn’t leave you with any redness. It has a nice gentle formula that lifts away any impurities and allows your skin to breathe freely. I use Micellar Waters when I am in a rush or before going in for a deep cleanse and they certainly work.
Finally there’s the Nivea Daily Essentials Double Effect Eye Makeup Remover (£3.59). I’m really fussy when it comes to eye makeup removers as I have the most sensitive eyes that can get easily irritated. I always prefer a bi-phase formula and luckily that’s what this has. There’s the oil phase that works to remove even the most stubborn of makeup, whilst the aqueous phase protects and cares for the eyes. Even if you have sensitive eyes like I do, you’ll get on fine with this and you don’t need to spend ages rubbing at your eyes.
So if you want to be in with a chance to win this cleansing kit then head on over to my Instagram and good luck!