Friday, 20 July 2012

Nivea Soft Rose. Review.

First things first, I kind of liked the idea that Nivea uses natural products (mostly). It makes me feel like I'm one with nature and all that stuff. I don't know why but I feel like using natural products is actually better than using all that chemicals and stuff. Well, not most of the time though. There are still synthetic products that works best. At this point, don't get confused. IT'S JUST ME.


I actually saw this product right before I bought the pomegranate one and I just thought that I did well that time. Like, for reals.


The packaging is quite classy.,Very simple.

I actually don't like this ROSEY thingy that much. I don't know why though. But it leaves a thin film of I don't know what that is and it doesn't feel right most of the time. Also, although not that shimmery, it feels a little dry and it does not make me think that it's actually moisturizing my lips like it claims too. It's actually very hard to apply too. Like, it's probably close to the feeling of rubbing some rose petals on your lips. Nah, just kidding. It just feels so wrong. It also has this strange scent that is comparable to play-doh which I don't like.


Excuse the mermaid thingy though.

Since it's color is not that pigmented, I actually tried to match it with my go-to lipstick but it just made my lips chapped which didn't happen to my previous lip moisturizers. Here's a swatch for you.


The color pay off is not really that well. It just gives off shiny particles which is not that beneficial. If not for the benefits it claimed to have, I would totally not like it but check this out.


I'm still giving the product a chance. Hopefully I would be able to like it and appreciate it. So there!


This is how the color looks like. I don't really know if the color is true because it actually looks the same as the color it is in the tube. But my lips are kind of pigmented as well so I don't know.

2 comments:

  1. Have you tried lip balms and lipstick from Human Nature? The ingredients are 100% natural (read: no synthetic ingredients) and they cost relatively the same, if not cheaper, compared to other brands.

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