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I saw it somewhere online even at 180 . This vaseline is just nameskake lotion .not good for skin.

Better Use coconut oil or sesame oil or if at all lotions than go for good ones recommended by dermatologist which are free from parabens and fragrance and minimal chemicals

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Common-man wrote:

Better Use coconut oil or sesame oil or if at all lotions than go for good ones recommended by dermatologist which are free from parabens and fragrance and minimal chemicals

Charmis is also good

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saucap wrote:

Charmis is also good

Don’t remember about it as had used it way back years ago , cant say whether its available in mumbai or not , but the company has changed hands ,its now owned by ITC

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saucap wrote:

Actually, you are right. It was good. Something has changed.

Yes sir, you are right. Please do not mind SG ji, it is exactly what I too meant.

There was a time when Ponds, Charmis, Keo Karpin and the quintessential ‘Parachute’ were found in the average Indian home.
(Unlike now, back then Marico did not add any such additives to Parachute and so it would solidify in cold).

It was also the era of ‘Halo’ shampoo (claiming to contain egg) being seen as a bit premium.

Now only the basic forumalation of Nivea is still somewhat the same as before. (They are still okay with using the same branding and even the classic blue tin/aluminum packaging…. without tinkering with it).
Quality though is better only if made in Europe, directly by Beiersdorf AG or its own subsidiaries.

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As someone having typically dry skin I cannot imagine a day living without these moisturizes. I used to use Nivea body lotions, but that gave me skin rashes, you know the deep blue coloured bottle labelled very dry skin priced around 250 to 280 for 400 ml bottle. Moved to Vaseline, which is almost always much cheaper than Nivea, and no more skin rashes. However, I have moved to virgin coconut oil since last 2 years. While it’s not really a moisturizer substitute, it’s still without chemicals, or should I say with least amount thereof. Negatives are having to apply it many times throughout the day compared to a true moisturizer, and also right after applying I cannot touch anything especially mobile phones, mouse, keyboard, spectacles etc, but the positives are much bigger. I think my disgusting dry skin even has become tad shiny with it.

What I meant to say is for what it’s worth I found Vaseline to be better than Nivea.

PS: Must clarify, I only mean body lotions. Creme is a different thing and probably the tin-can Nivea is still the best for the price. But yeah, German imports are 3 times more expensive, so don’t know.

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I tried many body lotion but this variant is best hands down. Using from last 10-12 years.

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