jmhAZ said:I actually have always found this product to be a bit drying. Of course I am in a pretty harsh, dry climate. Were I to relocate I very likely would consider this a plus. YMMV, especially with aftershaves.
Goosemeplease said:Jeff were you using the alcohol based product? I believe there are 3 formulations.
I no longer have the box, which had the ingredients so I don't know for sure. The bottle I have is the Extra Soothing BAlm for Sensitive Skin. It's a white bottle. I did see a blue bottle on the shelf next to it at the grocery store but I'm not sure what the third formulation is. I'll take a closer look next time I'm in the grocery store.
The Nivea brand is manufactured by the German firm of Beiersdorf of Hamburg
My sister is going to Germany next week and I had asked her to bring me back some FLORENA shave creme and ASB. But looking at this thread, it looks like the ASB might be the same stuff as Nivea sensitive. (i)Both are made by the firm Beiserdorf. (ii)Both seem to have the same ingredients, or at least the main ingredients; Chamomile, Vitamin E and Provitamin B5.
Does anyone know if this is the case, that the Nivea is a repackaged Florena?