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Nivea Crème Protects The Face's Skin As Well As More Expensive Rival Does, Experiment Shows

September 11, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Results of an experiment revealed that Nivea Crème, which costs just over £1, performs just as well as the £105 Crème de la Mer in nourishing and protecting the face. Celebrities who have admitted their loyalty to the affordable facial care cream include actresses Alison Steadman, Kate Winslet, and Joan Collins. First launched in Germany in 1911, Nivea Crème comes in a blue pot and contains ordinary ingredients, such as glycerin. In contrast, Crème de la Mer has a more colorful history and formula, having been developed by an aerospace physicist about 50 years ago.
Claire Cisotti, "Claire used £1 Nivea cream on half her face - and £105 Crème de la Mer on the other. The results are VERY revealing", Daily Mail, September 11, 2013, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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