Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo Review

Hello IMBBians,

I recently picked up the ‘Micellar Shampoo’ range from Nivea. Today’s review is all about Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo. Read on to know more about the shampoo.

Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo Review

Price and Quantity: $6 for 400 ml
Product Description:
NIVEA Comforting Micellar Shampoo, with water lily extract, has been specially developed for fragile hair and sensitive scalp. The micelles attract dirt so that the hair is thoroughly but gently cleansed and hair and scalp are optimally cared for. • Cleans effectively and gives a boost to the hair. • Long-lasting freshness of hair and scalp. • Protects the natural pH balance of the scalp. For soft, strong hair and a protective scalp.

Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Chloride, Nymphaea Odorata Root Extract, Lanolin Alcohol (Eucerit®), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Macadamia Integrifolia Seed Oil, Glyceryl Glucoside, Panthenol, Polyquaternium-10, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, PEG- 40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Glycerin, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Propylene Glycol, Citronellol, Limonene, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Benzyl Alcohol

My Experience with Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo:

The product comes in a transparent bottle. The bottle is squeezable and you can see the contents through the bottle. There is information on the bottle. The bottle comes unsealed. The cap is pink in color and can be opened as a screw cap and also has a press mechanism that opens the dispenser. You can easily squeeze the bottle to bring the shampoo out.

Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo Cap

The bottle is very big and might not be a perfect choice for travelling but the quantity is a perfect buy for the price. The bottle would last around 4 months. The shampoo is clear and doesn’t have any dyes. It has a runny consistency and a gel-like texture. The smell is floral but it doesn’t last very long.

Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo Dispenser

The product is mainly for sensitive scalp and fragile hair. The shampoo lathers very well and a little product is more than enough. This is due to the presence of SLS. The shampoo cleanses the hair well and makes it squeaky clean. The shampoo doesn’t cause any irritation and is very gentle. The product contains Eucerit and also aloe and they help to make the hair very soft and smooth.

Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo Open

After washing, this shampoo does make the hair smooth without any conditioner. But, if you use more shampoo than needed it does dry out the hair and sucks out the moisture. I notice this when I use thick oils like castor oil as it really needs two times wash to remove the oil. So, when I shampoo my hair twice it leaves my hair very dry and I am not so fond of it.

Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo Ingredients

The presence of micelles is like a magnet and helps in removing any oil or dirt from the scalp and hair. The product controls oil for around 2 days, and since I have oily hair, this helps a little. The product doesn’t help in controlling any frizz. The shampoo makes the hair look fresh. The product also adds a little shine to the hair.

Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo Swatch

The product also adds a little boost to the hair and creates a gentle lift. The product doesn’t contain any silicones or parabens, which is great. The product is not a must-buy as I feel it is a little drying for my hair and I feel that it kind of sucks moisture from my dry ends. Overall, I might not be repurchasing the product again, but if you have normal sensitive hair, you could give this a try.

So, summing up:

Pros of Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo:

• Inexpensive.
• Cleanses the hair effectively.
• Creates a gentle lift.
• Free from any dyes, silicones or parabens.
• Makes hair soft and smooth.
• Adds a little shine.
• Very gentle on the scalp and no irritation.
• Removes any oil, dirt from the scalp.
• Makes hair feel very fresh.
• Eliminates the oil from the scalp for around 2 days.
• Adds a little shine to the hair.

Cons of Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo:

• Doesn’t control any frizz.
• Kind of sucks out moisture from the hair.
• Extra shampoo dries the hair a lot.

IMBB Rating: 3.5/5
Would I Recommend/Repurchase Nivea Comforting Micellar Shampoo?
NO! It is not a mandatory buy.

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