If there’s something all girls know, is it’s always a good idea to have some facial wipes on hand. They’re super convenient and have multiple uses, be it to remove makeup, an easy way to cleanse your face without rinsing, or when you need a little refresher during your day.
NIVEA’s range of facial cleansing wipes not only effectively removes dirt and impurities, it’s also gentle on your skin, making the wipes suitable for daily use. All NIVEA wipes are dermatologically and ophthalmologically approved. Scroll through the gallery below to find out which NIVEA facial wipe you need, based on your lifestyle and skin type.
For all skin types
There’s a good reason why micellar water is the makeup remover of choice for many. First of all, its lipophilic (soluble in oils) components effectively draws out makeup and oil, allowing them to be wiped off easily, leaving behind the hydrophilic (soluble in water) components to hydrate your skin. Now in a convenient wipe format and enriched with vitamin E for extra antioxidant protection, you can now easily clean all traces of makeup and grime off your face without having to rinse. Not only is it effective at cleansing, the NIVEA 3-in-1 Care Cleansing Micellar Wipes are also gentle on your skin, making it suitable for those with sensitive skin.
NIVEA 3-in-1 Care Cleansing Micellar Wipes, $10.90 for 25 sheets
For normal and combination skin
Long nights at the office are dreadful, and the last thing you want is to have all that dirt and grime weighing your skin down. Keep a pack of NIVEA 3-in-1 Refreshing Cleansing Wipes in your desk drawer, so you can quickly wipe your face and give it a little TLC, thanks to the lotus extract in the formula, which helps to tighten pores and promote healing. And you won’t have to worry about dehydrated skin with this – it has an alcohol-free formula that won’t leave your skin feeling tight or dry, and it also has toning properties while retaining your skin’s natural moisture balance.
NIVEA 3-in-1 Refreshing Cleansing Wipes, $9.50 for 25 sheets
For makeup users
We all know we should remove all traces of makeup before going to bed, but that’s easier said than done after a night of partying. Enter NIVEA Make Up Clear Wipes, a must-have for every party (or lazy) girl. It removes heavy makeup without leaving a greasy residue, yet remains gentle enough for daily use, even on sensitive skin. If you’re on a double-cleansing routine, these vitamin E-enriched wipes are a convenient and fuss-free way to remove your makeup – it’ll save you so much time and ensure you go to bed with a clean face! It’s free of colourants, fragrance, alcohol, parabens and silicone, so it’s suitable even for those with sensitive skin.
NIVEA Make Up Clear Wipes, $9.50 for 25 sheets.
For dry skin
Dry skin requires extra special care. Formulated with skin-loving ingredients like almond oil, calendula oil and hydra IQ to soothe and condition, NIVEA’s 3-in-1 Gentle Cleansing Wipes will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth – and are also suitable for those with sensitive skin. And here’s a tip: if your skin is going through a tough time, or if you’re travelling to a colder climate which will be harsher on your skin, the last thing you want to do is stress it further with a strong facial cleanser. Instead, cleanse your face thoroughly but gently with this mild and nourishing facial wipe – your face will thank you for this.
NIVEA 3-in-1 Gentle Cleansing Wipes, $9.50 for 25 sheets
For sensitive skin
If your skin is prone to breakouts and flare-ups, you need to make sure the products you use on your face are mild and gentle to your skin, and have soothing properties. Made with those with sensitive skin in mind, the NIVEA Pure Cleansing Wipes are free of fragrance, oils, alcohol and colourants. They also contain vitamin E and provitamin V5 to soothe angry, red skin, and deliver an antioxidant boost to help fight skin sensitivity.
NIVEA Pure Cleansing Wipes, $9.50 for 25 sheets
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NIVEA products are sold at all personal care stores and supermarkets, including Cold Storage, Guardian, NTUC Fairprice outlets, Watsons, and major retailers.