Sunday, September 14, 2008

Bye-Bye To Wrinkles In 4 Weeks Says Nivea Q10 Plus

I must say, I have always used Nivea Creme on my body. I absolutely LOVE the orange-y scent it delivers. And I just like its smooth, creamy moisturizing formula. You know, the famous creme in the blue tin?

I have never tried Nivea beauty products on my face, however, but the Nivea people have me intrigued by their newest treatment:

Nivea Visage Anti-wrinkle Q10 Plus Day Cream with SPF 15 (about $23)

The only problem is, this wonderful beauty cream Q10 Plus, is not available here in the U.S. We heard about it being a big seller in Great Britain.

A similar cream sold here in our country is Nivea Visage Advanced Wrinkle Reducer Day Creme with SPF 8 and Q10 energy complex ($11.49, Walgreens). By the way, my mom has used this product and loves it. And she looks darn good. But it's becoming increasingly difficult to find in stores. It's easier to buy online. The reason? We have no clue.

Both Nivea beauty items claim to soften deeper wrinkles within 4 weeks time.

Is it the same product? We're not sure. We're going to have to do some further research.

Meantime, British women are raving about this Nivea product from their Visage Anti-wrinkle line. And this is what the beauty treatment claims it can do:

NIVEA VISAGE ANTI-WRINKLE Q10PLUS DAY CARE has now 100% more of Q10 than ever before as part of a high performing Anti-Wrinkle System. It activates skin’s energy metabolism from within thereby continuously fighting wrinkles in the deeper layers of the skin. The formula is now further enriched with SPF 15 to actively protect the skin against UVA/UVB damage and thereby help prevent further wrinkle formation.

Fine lines are reduced within hours
Mimic wrinkles are minimized within 3 weeks
Deeper wrinkles are reduced in only 4 weeks

We will dig deeper in the name of beauty. We're counting on the Nivea crew to get back to us, and explain the British beauty advantage, if there is one.

1 comment:

yohabloespanglish said...

I've discovered that many products that are the same in the US and the UK have different names. We call it Pantene Pro-V, they call it El Vive. We call them Lay's potato chips, they call them Walker's crisps. We call them Bounty paper towels, they call them Plenty. There are many other examples. So I'm pretty sure the two Nivea products you are talking about are the same thing with a different name.