Nivea 3 in 1 Cleansing Wipes for Dry Skin

Is it just me whose December has more social events than the last few months combined? We tried to organise a Girls Christmas Dinner and we didn't have a single weekend in December free we had to resort to a Tuesday, that sums it up. This month is going to be packed with days and nights when I'm wearing a full face of makeup and run the risk of heading to bed too tired t0 take my makeup off. That's only going to resort to dry, irritated skin with spots galore and sore eyes so I've taken precautions and stocked up on some makeup wipes. The Nivea 3 in 1 Gentle Cleansing Wipes for Face, Eyes and Lips are going to be my skin saviours when everything else gets a little hectic.

Obviously makeup wipes won't replace my typical skincare of Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser or Neutrogena Hydro Boost Micellar Water but they're such a convenient little way of cleansing and toning, removing all traces of makeup and not stripping my already dry and sensitive skin of all it's hydration. They don't have perfume or alcohol in them and instead are packed with Vitamin E and Provitamin B5 which definitely helps with leaving my skin feeling soft and soothed. 

I've used them a few times already for nights out, like the wedding I went to in November and the Steps and Vengaboys concert. Both of these were events away from home and I didn't have the space to pack my full stash of skincare products. On both occasions I was wearing fake eyelashes, eyeshadow and eyeliner. I was impressed that the soft wipes were actually able to remove my eye makeup without leaving my contact lens wearing eyes sore or red. It even removed the Revlon Eyelash Glue which is sturdy stuff. Obviously it doesn't just melt off with ease but with some gentle rubbing and a little but of time it's all gone. As for the rest of my face it takes off foundation and bronzer really well and doesn't make my face feel tight or dried out. I reckon I could get away without putting moisturiser on afterwards but I wouldn't do that to my dehydrated skin. 

I'm not 100% keen on the fragrance, it's not very strong or overwhelming but just not my cup of tea. I think it's like the Nivea cream. As for price they're middle of the range - not cheap but not overly priced either. It's worth spending a little bit more to be sure all your makeup is being removed and for smooth soft skin afterwards. As like a lot of products they're often on offer in Superdrug or Boots and I've spotted them in Home Bargains too so keep your eye out for a good offer.
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