Its been raining new launches this year from Nivea.Today I will be reviewing Nivea Q10 Plus Massaging Stretchmark oil.I was quite happy with Palmer's Cocoa Butter Stretchmark Lotion,but strong fragrance bothers me.Bio-oil is equally good but 30ml bottles are expensive.So I was looking for affordable alternatives.Read along to find out if Nivea Q10 Stretchmark oil can leave up to its claims.
Paraffinum, Liquidum, Isopropyl Palamite, Hydrogenated Coco-Glycerides, Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil,Persea Gratissima Oil, Ubiquinone, Linalool, Citronellol, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Benzyl Alcohol, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Limonene, Parfum.
Rs.375 for 200ml.
Nivea products are easily available in all supermarkets,beauty stores and online stores.
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Directions for use:
1)Massage into the areas of the skin where it's needed most at least twice a day.
2)It can be used on wet or dry skin.
3)Regularly massage into target body areas for special treatment.
Due to weight fluctuations or body changes all of us face stretchmarks at one point of time.Very few remedies work effectively in reducing and lightening them.Though I love Palmer's Cocoa Butter Stretchmark lotion and Bio oil,they are quite expensive in the long run.Q10 products are gaining popularity because of its skin benefits.When Nivea launched such a affordable oil,I had to pick it up and try it out.This oil is a multipurpose oil which can be used as a massage oil,moisturising body oil and for stretch marks.I have been using it since October on my problem areas like arms and tummy.There is improvement in lightening the stretch marks.But of course it takes time and regular usage to see good results.For this price and quantity,you can't really complain!