Nivea's $30 bio-retinol anti-ageing cream will transform your skin

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We've all been promised anti-ageing benefits from new creams and serums, but do any of them actually work?

According to Nivea, 95% of women who tested the new Cellular Lift Advanced Anti-Age Day Cream saw visible results after the first use.

Yes, first use!

Left: A woman smiling applying anti-ageing cream Right: Nivea's new Cellular anti-age cream in pink and blue day and night formulas
95% of women who used Nivea's new Cellular Advanced Anti-Age cream noticed visible results after just one day. Photo: Nivea

Nivea's new anti-ageing cream isn't any old moisturiser - it comes heavily equipped with two types of Hyaluronic Acid and its hero ingredient, Bio-Retinol Alternative Bakuchiol.

Oh, and did we mention it's also SPF15?

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Bio-Retinol

You may have heard of retinol before, also known as Vitamin A, which improves collagen production and reduces signs of wear, but have you heard of the bio-retinol Bakuchiol?

Hailed as the new alternative to retinol, Bakuchiol is a powerful plant-based ingredient derived from the leaves and seeds of the babchi plant.

Nivea's Cellular Lift anti-ageing day time cream in its pink packaging on the left and the white tub on the right against a white background.
Nivea's Cellular Lift anti-ageing cream features a new bio-retinol to naturally boost skin's collagen and reduce signs of wear. Source: Nivea

The herb is commonly used in Indian Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines to help heal, calm, and soothe the skin with its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

It's also suited to sensitive skin, making it accessible for everyone.

Now, Nivea is using the natural powers of Bakuchiol to help women define facial contours, reduce deep wrinkles and improve skin structure.

This energising product also includes Macro Hyaluronic Acid which intensively rehydrates and smooths the surface of the skin, while Micro Hyaluronic Acid, with 40x smaller molecules, penetrates deeper into the skin to effectively reduce wrinkles from within.

A close up of a woman smiling and touching her right cheek with a pale blue background behind her.
95% of women who tested Nivea's new Cellular Lift cream noticed visible changes after the first use. Source: Nivea

Does it really work?

95% of women who tested the product found their skin to feel more nourished and firm in the first week of use, with some even noticing their facial contours were visibly redefined.

"I cannot fault it," one happy user said "I love the fact that it has hyaluronic acid and collagen."

After two weeks, they noticed their skin was more supple, and their wrinkles were visibly reduced by 20%.

In just four weeks of use, skin not only felt radiant, but the skin barrier was strengthened to help fight off further damage.

A navy packaged box of Nivea's Cellular Lift night cream on the top left against a white background with the pink package of the day cream on the bottom right.
Nivea's Cellular Lift range also offers a night cream to deeply restore and regenerate while skin is rested. Photo: Chemist Warehouse

Can I use the cream throughout the day and night?

Nivea has specifically designed the Cellular Lift cream for day use, but the great news is there is also the Regenerating Night Cream for use before bed.

Shop the Cellular Lift Advanced Anti-Age Day Cream starting at just $31 from Chemist Warehouse or keep an eye out for in store specials at Woolworths, and Big W.

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