NiveaBaby Diaper Rash Cream With Panthenol

Nivea Baby Diaper Rash Cream With Panthenol
Nivea Baby Diaper Rash Cream With Panthenol
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100 ml

In stock | Code: NIV0402
Wednesday 26/01/2022
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Wednesday 26/01/2022

Nivea Baby is an ideal helper in the fight against nappy rash. it prevents sores from occurring and forms a protective layer on your child’s skin.


  • forms a gentle, non-irritating protective film on the skin
  • prevents nappy rash
  • soothes irritated skin
  • softens and moisturises skin

How to use:
Warm a small amount of the cream in your hands and apply to the skin gently.

Complete ingredients list

CERA MICROCRISTALLINA, ZINC OXIDE, LANOLIN, PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM, TALC, GLYCERIN, AQUA, POLYGLYCERYL-3 DIISOSTEARATE, PANTHENOL, MAGNESIUM SULFATE, PARFUM. The manufacturer is responsible for the ingredients of the product. We recommend checking the list of product ingredients directly on its packaging due to potential changes.
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The world-renowned brand Nivea was founded in Germany in 1911. The man behind its foundation was the visionary and pharmacist Dr Oscar Troplowitz who succeeded in combining oil and water into a stable cream. The brand name comes from the Latin word for snow, as he was inspired by the product’s pure white colour. That is how the legendary Nivea Cream came about.

In 1925 the product gained its new iconic blue container, but the contents have remained faithful to the original formula right through to the present day. The classic Nivea cream has become part of life for many generations. It nourishes the skin effectively and, thanks to its velvety smooth texture and specific scent, it is a reminder of childhood for many.

Today, Nivea has a full range of quality products available to everyone. Nivea sunscreen gained popularity quickly, as did the Nivea Men line. Nivea has been taking care of our skin for over 100 years and in this time has become a true member of the family to millions all over the world.