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    Default Nivea Balm and Shave Gel changed. Still good.

    There are quite a few fans (myself included) of the nivea skin care range, not only because of their quality and gentleness for sensitive skin, but because of the great fragrances in the products.

    Recently, the sensitive skin aftershave balm and the sensitive shave gel underwent packaging and fragrance changes. I'm not sure if the formulas were otherwise modified. They used to smell similar to Drakkar Noir, or a very light version of it. The protective face lotion still retains this smell, (a heavier version of the sensitive products) and is unchanged.

    Now the sensitive line smells very close to Lacoste Essential, imo. You could sell it to me with the lacoste essential packaging and I wouldn't know it was nivea. I am a fan of this scent, so it's a welcome change, even though I really liked the original scent.
    Lately I've been wearing:
    Windsor, Bois de Santal, Original Santal, Elixir, Douro, Endymion, Reflection, Arcus, Marwah

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    Default Re: Nivea Balm and Shave Gel changed. Still good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scentronic
    They used to smell similar to Drakkar Noir, or a very light version of it.
    I also think so

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