REVIEW | NIVEA Lip Scrub Rosehip & Vitamin E Lip Balm – Lips Exfoliation

Do you exfoliate your lips? Well, like our skin, lips also need some exfoliation to removes all the dead skin cells. By exfoliate the dead skin cells, our lips appears to be more softer, looks fresh and easy to applying any lips product.

While surfing Hermo’s Website the other day, I noticed that Nivea has produced a lip balm with tiny peeling particles that’s help to remove dead skin cells. So I ordered it to try it. Not bad you know. Let’s go deeper about their Lip Scrub Rosehip & Vitamin E.

Note : This Lip Scrub comes in two versions Rosehip Oil and also Aloe Vera.

Product Description

The New NIVEA 2 in 1 Caring Scrub with Rosehip Oil + Vitamin E exfoliates and moisturises with natural particles creating super soft lips.
The gentle peeling particles exfoliate the lips, which dissolve as you rub your lips together. Leaving behind no sticky feeling and long lasting moisture.

The new NIVEA Caring Scrub is our first scrub in a stick and an innovation when it comes to daily lip care. It contains naturally-derived grains (from corn starch) as exfoliating particles. The grains are very gentle to the skin compared to other common peeling ingredients, as sugar, widely used by other scrub brands. And the best: No need to wipe off! Particles dissolve and leave the lips silky smooth with a well-cared for feeling, since the formula is enriched with vitamin E. Feel the care of NIVEA after each application!


Octyldodecanol, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil, Cera Alba, Hydrogenated Rapeseed Oil, Helianthus Annuus Seed Cera, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Hydrolyzed Corn Starch, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Tocopheryl Acetate, Tocopherol, Ascorbyl Palmitate, BHT, Linalool, Benzyl Alcohol, Aroma, CI 77891, CI 19140, CI 42090

Product Origin

Made in Germany



How To Use

No need to wipe off! Particles dissolve and leave the lips silky smooth with a well-cared feeling, since the formula is enriched with vitamin E.

Expert Tip : Before the first usage rub off the first layer of the product until you feel the natural origin exfoliating particles.


This product comes in a soft pink packaging with a white cylinder tube. The outside paper packaging contains enough information about this product.


The product has a same color like the packaging – light pink, with tiny particles that is melt while swipe on the lips. Feeling soft not like ordinary scrub like texture. Glide smoothly and did 2 in 1 jobs (scrubbing and moisturize the lips).


It has a fruity scent like watermelon but tasteless. The scent not overpowering.


The Nivea Caring Lip Scrub Super Soft Lips is the perfect for on-the-go and to create a velvet smooth lips feeling. The gentle peeling particles within the scrub, exfoliate the lips without irritating sensitive skin and the particles simply dissolve while rubbing them onto your lips so you don’t have to rinse them away.

Removes dead skin cells

This lip scrub can ease dry lips and its small size make it very convenient. You can use it as often as you want, and it can be used as a lip primer before applying lipstick. It help to keep your lips moisturised and soft all day long.

They leave no sticky feeling at all, but a fine film of protection that will provide moisture lips. The scrubs are said to be the first scrub in a stick, and an innovation when it comes to daily lip care. They contain naturally-derived grains as peeling particles which are very gentle compared to other common peeling ingredients.

I can see the dead skin cells came off from my lips as i rub the scrub on it. It is not irritating at all. I really recommend this product to whom who have a chapped lips and who needs a soft lips exfoliant. It can be use daily and also save time too.



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