Skincare

NIVEA Creme & Oil Pearls Cherry Blossom REVIEW

Oil Pearls

Have you tried every type of body wash and haven’t gotten the results you hoped you’d get? The new NIVEA Creme & Oil Pearls range might be the answer you’re seeking! Oh, and check our Summer skincare guide and a look at how to defeat acne.

The Cherry Blossom scent smells awesome! It feels incredible on the skin and there is no denying that NIVEA is an amazing brand that is always upping its skincare game. 

While this is good and all, there were a couple of things we wished were different. Please note: we only used ONE product. This review only reflects on the item we used. Our opinions may change on a different product in the range.

The first thing we noticed is the size of the bottle it comes in. For a beloved brand, we expected something larger for the price we paid. The container is only 250ml, which is not much considering the product is worth just under $10.

Speaking of price, this is our second issue. For a product under $10, we expected the shower cream to be cheaper so everyone can buy it. For a brand catering for women’s skincare, it should be affordable for everyone, no matter their budget.

We recommend NOT using a cleansing puff. The reason being is it doesn’t froth up. Use a facecloth or use your hands, though it is not as effective.

Other Oil Pearl Products

There are several products, including:

  • Cherry Blossom (the one we used)
  • Lotus
  • Yiang Yiang

We won’t rate the oil pearls shower cream because our words should speak for our opinion. We’re happy to keep testing products as long as the community loves it too. 

To finish this post, we want to shout out to anyone who wants to put forth ideas for testing skincare products. Furthermore, we’d love to hear your thoughts. Hit us up on social media.

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She prides herself as a truth seeker and will do (almost) anything for coffee or Coke No Sugar. Oh! And food!