Is this still made? I like it a lot, and only have 3 spares lined up.
I encountered it in January or February of 2020, in a discount shop in the UK, at £3 (the usual discount price for the ubiquitous Nivea post-shave balm in the white bottle).I believe that it is still available. It is out here in Australia. My work used to sell it but we deleted it a little while ago. I have a couple of bottles squirrelled away somewhere here. It is really good stuff. I might even give it a run tomorrow, I have an open bottle in the bathroom.
I'm going to have a look-see around these parts for some...It is good stuff. I had forgotten that we got rid of it at work quite a while ago and I had some that I bought and stashed at home. I have 4 bottles plus the one that I am using now. I have far too much stuff stashed away. Must start using it.
Does it "separate" as it appears to in the ads I've seen? Interesting stuff, that does not appear to have been sold in the US of A..... But I tend to put an unscented lotion on my face in the winter and put an AS on after it. I'll be sticking to that practice so as not to incur the wrath of my lovely bride, this close to Valentine's and all....I have a small amount at work in my locker, nice scent and feels nice on the skin after a quick shave at work.
Maybe this is a due to Brexit?On Saturday's shopping foray [delayed by bad weather here], I had a quick peek at the Tesco array of shaving products, and there was something that looked vaguely like 2-Phase, but it was just a blue box.
My gut-feeling guess is, Nivea 2-Phase is a dead product in the UK, so I'm absolutely delighted to have scored so much of it.
If you love any shaving product, and you can afford it, buy it now.
Yes. Part of the fun is, shake the bottle a lot, and try to get the emulsified mixture out before it separates again.Does it "separate" as it appears to in the ads I've seen?
Maybe. Who knows? Meanwhile, if it is still made, it might be like Palmolive sticks, which used to be as cheap as chips here, but became a thing that you had to score on eBay, by hurling extra money at it.Maybe this is a due to Brexit?
In Germany, it is broadly available in drugstores. And it's still listed on Nivea's german homepage...
I like the standard Nivea Balm in the white bottle, and use it a lot. As far as I can work out, their "Nivea Sensitive Moisturiser" is almost the same stuff, but twice as concentrated, so have used it to enhance the Balm after a really bad shave.I frankly hated the stuff and I haven't seen it around at any local stores for a while. Most people probably opt for the normal balm or brut aftershave.
The packaging here said "New" too.Ironically the last one I bought, not so long ago, had the word "new" on the box so going to be a bit naff if it's been discontinued