Nivea Creme, 200 ml - Pack of 3, £4.49 (Prime) / £8.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Nivea Creme, 200 ml - Pack of 3, £4.49 (Prime) / £8.48 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Found 13th Nov
  • For all body use wherever needed
  • Preservative free
  • The balanced formula of Eucerit, Pathenol and Glycerin moisturises and soothes the skin

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I get the premium night (dark blue), and the premium day (white) from the supermarkets for cheaper than this. Usually pick it up when on a 2 for £5 or 2 for £6 offer. So does not seem a particularly outstanding deal this one for me.

noahsdad12 m ago

I get the premium night (dark blue), and the premium day (white) from the …I get the premium night (dark blue), and the premium day (white) from the supermarkets for cheaper than this. Usually pick it up when on a 2 for £5 or 2 for £6 offer. So does not seem a particularly outstanding deal this one for me.


You get 600 ml of night cream for that price? Wow that is amazing. I can only see the 50ml jars.

Crazy_Kate714 m ago

You get 600 ml of night cream for that price? Wow that is amazing. I can …You get 600 ml of night cream for that price? Wow that is amazing. I can only see the 50ml jars.


Kate you are crazy

noahsdad20 m ago

I get the premium night (dark blue), and the premium day (white) from the …I get the premium night (dark blue), and the premium day (white) from the supermarkets for cheaper than this. Usually pick it up when on a 2 for £5 or 2 for £6 offer. So does not seem a particularly outstanding deal this one for me.


The cream is 50ml and it sells for £2.19 and £2.50 depends where you get it from, so why would you wait for 2 for £5.00 you can get it for less than that

19DembaBa1919 m ago

The cream is 50ml and it sells for £2.19 and £2.50 depends where you get i …The cream is 50ml and it sells for £2.19 and £2.50 depends where you get it from, so why would you wait for 2 for £5.00 you can get it for less than that



We are not talking about the same crème here though.

Crazy_Kate7127 m ago

You get 600 ml of night cream for that price? Wow that is amazing. I can …You get 600 ml of night cream for that price? Wow that is amazing. I can only see the 50ml jars.



You guys are thinking of the cheapo stuff. I am talking about the Night (blue tub) and Day (white tub) crème here that are premium products, rather than some basic cheap stuff which is not very good. That is the point I was trying to more subtly make rea:)

Even the night and day creams have variations of products and price points, and a 50ml tub can cost as much as £10-11 at full price for more premium stuff. Sometimes quality is much better than quality when it comes to things like face scrubs, moisturisers etc. You can buy a non-brand value face scrub for 99p, but I would personally rather get St Ives or something more premium.

Not being snobby about it at all, just its your skin after all. I buy my cheapo toilet roll from Bargain BM

Anyway, the online grocery's for supermarkets tend to carry very small and selected range, but have a look at Boots or Superdrug say for more detail of the products available... there are loads, and you will see this is just the basic cheapo stuff, and not great for every day use or the best results.
Edited by: "noahsdad" 13th Nov

noahsdad12 m ago

We are not talking about the same crème here though.You guys are thinking …We are not talking about the same crème here though.You guys are thinking of the cheapo stuff. I am talking about the Night (blue tub) and Day (white tub) crème here that are premium products, rather than some basic cheap stuff which is not very good. That is the point I was trying to more subtly make rea:) Even the night and day creams have variations of products and price points, and a 50ml tub can cost as much as £10-11 at full price for more premium stuff. Sometimes quality is much better than quality when it comes to things like face scrubs, moisturisers etc. You can buy a non-brand value face scrub for 99p, but I would personally rather get St Ives or something more premium.Not being snobby about it at all, just its your skin after all. I buy my cheapo toilet roll from Bargain BM Anyway, the online grocery's for supermarkets tend to carry very small and selected range, but have a look at Boots or Superdrug say for more detail of the products available... there are loads, and you will see this is just the basic cheapo stuff, and not great for every day use or the best results.



Those creams are facial creams and I will be using this cream, all over. There is no comparison. I was burnt very badly as a child and have used nivea all my life on the burns recommended by the specialist.
Edited by: "Crazy_Kate71" 13th Nov

@Crazy_Kate71 yes I stand corrected somewhat then as I have to admit I overlooked the "for all body part".

If you can forgive me for continuing to be akward I would however suggest a 500g tub of Emulsifying Ointment BP for general purpose. Quite handy too for wounds such as scars, scratches, burns etc. Boots do a great tub of this for under £3, but you have to ask for it as kept behind the chemist counter, is not on display.
Edited by: "noahsdad" 13th Nov

noahsdad2 m ago

@Crazy_Kate71 yes I stand corrected somewhat then as I have to admit I …@Crazy_Kate71 yes I stand corrected somewhat then as I have to admit I overlooked the "for all body part".If you can forgive me for continuing to be akward I would however suggest a 500g tub of Emulsifying Ointment BP for general purpose. Quite handy too for wounds such as scars, scratches, burns etc. Boots do a great tub of this for under £3, but you have to ask for it as kept behind the chemist counter, is not on display.


Thanks but I will stick with the nivea. I have had extensive skin grafts over the years and I know how to treat my burns.
Edited by: "Crazy_Kate71" 13th Nov

noahsdad6 m ago

@Crazy_Kate71 yes I stand corrected somewhat then as I have to admit I …@Crazy_Kate71 yes I stand corrected somewhat then as I have to admit I overlooked the "for all body part".If you can forgive me for continuing to be akward I would however suggest a 500g tub of Emulsifying Ointment BP for general purpose. Quite handy too for wounds such as scars, scratches, burns etc. Boots do a great tub of this for under £3, but you have to ask for it as kept behind the chemist counter, is not on display.


Is that good for stains and marks on skin

Crazy_Kate7115 m ago

Thanks but I will stick with the nivea. I have had extensive skin grafts …Thanks but I will stick with the nivea. I have had extensive skin grafts over the years and I know how to treat my burns.



No one is saying you don't know how to treat your burns.

I first came across Emulsifying Ointment some years ago when a surgeon recommended it to my wife for her stretch marks after pregnancy. And it worked a treat. The surgeon said their plastic friend surgeon also swore by it and is widely used within plastic surgery.

I know it is also has a very good reputation with treating things like Eczema and Dermatitis.

Is surely worth investment at such low cost and good value, handy to have in the cupboard. Having kids I find it very handy, they even feel assured when it gets applied to a wound. Is good for general moistening and moisturising also, although just in small amounts as is quite greasy to be honest.

19DembaBa1911 m ago

Is that good for stains and marks on skin



Is a good general all round and great for value for money crème that is good for anything and everything. Not an expert, so would not like to advise you there, it would do a job but I imagine there is probably something better focused to that out there? No harm in trying emulsifying ointment on such things though.
Edited by: "noahsdad" 13th Nov
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