Nivea Q10 plus Anti-Wrinkle Energy

In a recent study, it was discovered that one of the top three skin complaints of South African women is a tired-looking complexion.

Hardly groundbreaking news, I know, but what is, is that Nivea has launched a range to combat it.

I doubt there is one of you reading this who hasn’t suffered from a dull complexion at some stage. Stress, lack of sleep, pollution, poor diet and excess alcohol can all reduce our skin to dull as dishwater.

The Nivea Q10 plus Anti-Wrinkle Energy Range

Nivea’s new Q10 plus Anti-Wrinkle Energy range has been developed for young women who want to prevent the ageing process for as long as possible, while having a glowing complexion way into their thirties and beyond.

The formula, which contains Nivea’s miracle ingredient, Q10 that protects the skin from free radical damage and Creatine, an amino acid that slows down cell ageing, forms a strong defence against the first signs of ageing (mainly fine lines and pigmentation).

In addition to this duo, the Day Cream SPF15 contains Goji berry extract to help the skin further regenerate. It can do this thanks to its concentration of Vitamin A.

The Serum also contains extra help in the form of hyaluronic acid, a molecule that occurs naturally in the skin, and is capable of holding up to 1000 times its weight in water. This obviously retains moisture under the skin’s surface – giving it a plumper appearance, essentially smoothing-out wrinkles.

The Nivea Q10 plus Anti-Wrinkle Energising Day Cream SPF15; Q10 plus Anti-Wrinkle Energy Serum and Q10 plus Anti-Wrinkle Energy Eye Roll-On, R149.99 each are all available now at leading retailers countrywide.


  • Lindiwe

    Pls I need to understand ds, do I apply de Energy Serum and de Energising Day Cream all at same tym or hw dz it. Wrk? Pls help…

  • Rouge Beauty Girl

    Hi Lindiwe

    You apply the serum first, wait a few minutes and then apply the cream.
    Or you could use the serum at night on its own and the day cream on its own during the day. It depends on what your skin needs.

    Hope this helps?

  • Rouge Beauty Girl

    Hi Esther

    Yes, you can. But why do you want to use two face creams?
    I wouldn’t use two different creams that target the same concern, though.