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Nivea’s new launches in Brazil focus on bath and face care

Among the novelties of the year in Brazil Nivea is launching a new anti-ageing serum (Sérum Antissinais) featuring pearls with a high concentration of coenzyme Q10 and hyaluronic acid. The serum offers a soft texture and can be use easily for the day or the night. It is also ideal for use before makeup.

Thanks to the MaxCreatina Active exclusive technology, and the hyaluronic acid combined with the highest and purest concentration of Q10 within the line, the new NIVEA Q10 Plus Antissinais Gel Sérum em Pérolas "resets the Q10 lost by the skin in 10 years in just 2 weeks and provides immediate firming effect." The product is easy to spread, leaves no residue and is ideal for use before makeup. (Suggested Price: R$ 70.60).

For the bath, the brand launches the new NIVEA Creme Care Sabonete (NIVEA Creme Care Sabonete) offering an "intensely soft and moisturized feeling." The soaps’ fragrance is inspired from the iconic Nivea cream and its scent lasts long on the skin after bathing. (Suggested Price: R$ 2.04 Bar - net: R$ 12.69).

Also in in bar and liquid versions the NIVEA Cream Soft Milk Soap (NIVEA Creme Soft Milk Sabonete) features a special formula with shea butter that leaves an “intensely soft and moisturized feeling on the skin”. (Suggested price: Bar: R$ 2.04 - Net: R$ 12.69)

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