Here are some of the best Body Creams In Nigeria
1. AMBISoft and Even Creamy Oil
This is the first on my list for obvious reasons this product has received rave reviews for its unique blend of natural ingredients mainly of Shea Butter, known for its ability to soften skin, and Olive Oil which provides instant relief for dry skin. The manufacturers Johnson&Johnson brand is highly respected all over the world, and promises healthy looking radiant skin for users of this lotion,give it try you would love it.
2. Pears Baby Lotion
Second on my list is pears body lotion, This answer came up so often, baby or no baby cream I love this cream, and its also not that expensive a lot of the big names and a number of beauty savvy women who can afford more expensive lotions still prefer to use this, it became easier to see why, when you give it a try, Black skin is typically oiler than that of other races, and this product, prepared with babies’ tender skin in mind.
This is one of the best creams in the market it has been well tested and proven to be clinically ok given a big thumb to heal even extremely dry skin, an Nigerian women have caught on to the magic of this non-greasy, fragrance-free formula which offers an effective way to keep the skin soft and healthy. Suitable for use all over face and body, E-45 also comes as a cream (thicker, in a tub) can be used by the whole family, including kids!
4. Dove Pro-Age Body Cream Oil
Nigerians loyal to this lotion praise it for its superb combination of two powerful moisturizers—skin-nourishing oil and rich hydrating cream. It also contains alpha-hydroxyl which eliminates old skin cells, as well as sunscreen to protect the skin from harmful rays.
5. Nivea Naturally Even Lotion
This lotion, enriched with Vitamin E and double UV filters, is reputed to reduce irregular pigmentation, restore skin’s natural even tone and radiance and protect against dark marks and light-induced premature ageing. Often featuring black models in its ads, the pocket-friendly Nivea brand is a true favourite among people of African descent.
6. Vaseline Cocoa Radiant
Cocoa butter is widely loved for the way it erases marks and scars, evens the complexion, and leaves the skin smelling great. Here it is accompanied by natural oils to moisturize while alleviating dark spots. It also contains little alcohol, which can dry African skin. Add Vaseline’s Stratys-3 Innovation (patented technology suspending moisture across multiple layers of skin) to that, and you have an all-round winner.
7. Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion is a fragrance-free lotion that has been clinically shown to moisturize for 24 hours. It contains natural colloidal oats and shea butter, relieving itchy, extra dry skin, and endearing it to many.
8. Shea Body Butter by The Body Shop-
It is no news that Nigerian women love shea butter; it is a natural source of antioxidants and vitamins. However, many have found the fragrance (or lack thereof) discouraging. The Body Shop is trusted for its commitment to natural, ethically produced beauty products, so for those who won’t use raw shea butter directly on their skin, Shea Body Butter is the next best thing.
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9. Jergens Shea Butter Deep Conditioning Moisturiser
Am proud just adding this to my list,its a best seller, highly effective,It is proudly stated on the bottle that this lotion is blended with Pure African Shea Butter, and Nigerians have definitely taken note. Many Jergens products have been popular in Nigeria for years, but when it comes to rejuvenating the skin so that it glows and is supple,oriremains a favourite, and therefore Jergens Shea Butter takes the cake.
10.Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Lotion-
Last but not the least is Cocoa Butter this time under the palmer brand name, nice fragrance which has many Nigerians hooked on it, this lotion also contains Vitamin E, which prevents the skin from oxidation,(the over-exposure of air causing the skin to dry out and Mappear dull.).