REVIEW: Nivea Purifying Cleansing Gel (Oily to Combination Skin)

Greeting beauties, and hope you’re having a great day! In this post, I will be reviewing the Nivea Purifying Cleansing Gel for combination to dry skin. Are there any other products you would like me to review? Let me know in the comments!

I bought this cleanser from a local supermarket, like any other Nivea product. This is a plus for those budget ladies who want a cleanser at a reasonable price. I’ve always wanted to get it to change my usual skincare routine – same products for a long time results in a breakout for me – so when I was all out fo my usual products, I went ahead and bought this. I didn’t know what I was looking for, but my beautician told me I have oily skin, which I was confused about since most of the time I feel like my face is quite dry.

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This particular cleanser is for oily to combination skin types and has tiny blue beads that help with exfoliation. Usually, I go for green products since most of the time those are suitable for my face, and this one was no different.

Let’s be honest for a second: I wasn’t expecting much, and I’ll tell you why. Nivea cleansers were never the best for my skin. The most decent and best one has to be the REVIEW: Nivea Daily Essentials 1-Minute Urban Detox Mask (Pore Refine), which isn’t exactly a cleanser but this product saved my face!

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The gel itself is transparent and feels smooth to the touch. As I always do with other facial products, I did a patch test on the back of my hand. Imagine my surprise when my skin was clean, flawless and not flaky! I didn’t waste any time to actually apply it to my face. After rinsing off, my face felt happier, tighter and fresher. I was gobsmacked, to say the least.

I felt instantly rejuvenated, and I’m only in my mid-20s. It did the work no other product did, EVER. I followed up with the Nivea toner for oily to combination skin and ended the routine with a Nivea moisturiser for the same skin type.

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Bottom line…

I would definitely recommend to anyone who has oily to combination skin and is prone to breakouts. I’d give it a solid and honest 5/5. I will only be disappointed if it finishes and go to the supermarket to buy it and don’t find any!

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