About this product

Try NIVEA® Even & Radiant Body Lotion. With regular use, NIVEA® Even & Radiant Body Lotion, specially formulated with a combination of NIVEA’s Deep Radiance Serum* and skin’s own co-enzyme Q10, helps to repair dark and uneven skin patches for visibly radiant, smooth and even skin tone that you can feel. NIVEA’s effective SPF 15 helps protect your skin from harmful UVA/UVB rays that cause skin darkening and damage over time


  • Even skin tone
  • Sun protection
  • Moisturizing
  • Fast absorbing
  • Contains SPF 15 and Vitamin C
  • With Deep Radiance Serum
  • Skin compatibility dermatologically proven


Staying indoors all day can never be a good thing. Neither is coming out only at night except you’re a night-crawler. You honestly don’t need to hide from the sun. Why? Well, because you can bask safely in the sun by making these simple changes – wearing protective clothing and SPF sunscreen – then you can do anything you want to do at daytime with no adverse effects!


NIVEA sunscreen has been specially formulated to give you the best possible protection from the harsh rays of the sun. NIVEA sunscreen contains ingredients that protect you from both UVA and UVB rays. Here are a few tips while using sunscreen:

  • Apply a generous amount of sunscreen every morning before going out in the sun - this gives the sunscreen time to soak into your skin.
  • Use a sunscreen with a high SPF - SPF means Sun Protection Factor. The higher the SPF the more protection you get from the harsh sun rays. Keep this in mind when choosing skincare, face care and makeup products.
  • The NIVEA BB Cream SPF 20 works perfectly as a light makeup coverage. For children you should always use sunscreen with SPF 50+ as children's skin is more susceptible to sun damage and needs extra care. Try the NIVEA Kids Protect & Care Coloured Roll-On Pink SPF 50+ . It is also extra water-resistant.

Note to self

Remember to create a physical barrier between the sun and your skin by wearing protective clothing that will keep overexposed parts of your skin safe. These pieces of clothing can protect you from the sun:

  • T-shirt

    Protect your shoulders, chest and back by wearing clothes with sleeves that cover the arms properly. These areas of the body are often prone to sun overexposure, so try to limit the amount of sun they receive and wear clothing with a close weave to provide the most protection possible.


  • Hat

    Use a wide brimmed hat such as a bucket hat to protect your face, neck, and ears. These areas of the body are exposed to the sun more than any other parts of the body, hence it is important to protect them as often as possible. It's important to still wear 
    sunscreen on your face even when wearing sun protection clothing like a hat; because as the sun moves, it is likely your face will be exposed to direct sunlight sometimes.

    Water works

  • When your body is hot you begin to sweat. This allows your body to cool off efficiently by ‘evaporating’ so you don't overheat. This causes your body to lose vital fluids at an extremely fast rate. Not replenishing these lost fluids, may result in dehydration which can lead to further problems such as heat stroke. Therefore, it is vital to drink a lot of water.
  • Protect your eyes with polarized sunglasses that absorb the UVA and UVB rays for extra protection.
  • Seek physical shade whenever possible. This will not only protect your skin, but it will also help to cool you down on a hot day and help prevent other sun overexposure feelings of illness such as nausea, light-headedness and dehydration. Babies & toddlers should always be kept in the shade whenever it is possible because their skin is extremely delicate and vulnerable to sun damage. With or without sunscreen, it is important to keep them out of direct sunlight. 
  • The sun is at its strongest between 11am - 3pm, therefore limit your exposure at these times and spend some time indoors. It is important to understand when the sun is strongest so that you can adjust your sun protection accordingly and stay safe in the sun. That includes wearing sunscreen with a higher SPF at these times, adding an extra layer of clothing and drinking more water to make sure you stay hydrated.


Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and it bears the impact of your exposure to UV rays from the sun. Your skin also maintains a healthy temperature despite changing temperatures around you. It acts as a barrier between you, irritants and even bacteria that cause infections.


Just as healthy skin contributes to your overall health, a key skin benefit is its ability to raise red flags when your body develops any form of sickness through changes in texture, color and itching. Dry skin is the most common cause of itching, but it can also be a red flag for other internal problems.


Your skin is one of the first few things that people notice about you. Therefore, it is important to be particular about your skin type and what it requires to stay healthy.


Here are a few Dos and Don’ts that will keep your skin in top condition by protecting it from the sun.



If you have skin type 1 or 2 – pale skin, blond or red hair - your skin is most likely to be sensitive to the sun. But by applying NIVEA Sun Protect & Moisture Moisturizing Sun Spray SPF 50 and wearing protective clothing, you can stay out in the sun 50 times longer than you would without sunscreen.


You may have pale skin but do not fit into the Caucasian category. You get tan sometimes but usually burn and have dark hair and light eyes. Applying a high factor sunscreen is essential, but it is also a good idea to seek shade especially between 11am – 3pm.


While you are the least likely to burn in comparison to other skin types, exposure to the sun can still cause damage. Applying an SPF sun lotion will help to both protect your skin from damage caused by sun exposure and reduce the risk of skin cancer.


For women with olive skin and darker hair, your skin is more resilient to skin damage. While you still need to protect your skin from the sun’s UV rays with a sun lotion such as NIVEA Protect & Moisture Moisturizing Sun Lotion SPF 30, you are more likely to tan than burn.

Thinking of keeping your skin in top condition by protecting it from the sun?

Here are a few Dos and Don’ts


  1. Do Sleep Soundly For 7-8 Hours

    Beauty sleep is indeed a necessity, ask Princess Aurora. Sleep is essential for your proper well-being. Each single cell in your body (including your skin cells), require total rest on a daily basis. At night-time, new and healthy cells rise to the skin’s surface and repair any damage accumulated over the day. Lack of proper sleep hinders the skins repair and is the beginning of skin related problems. So, do not mess with your sleep time.

  2. Do Drink Plenty of Water

    How do you want your skin to be? Dew or dry? Stay hydrated and moisturized. It is essential that you drink at least 8 glasses of water daily, especially because water helps maintain a healthy complexion and flush out unwanted toxins from your body.

  3. Do Eat Healthy Food

    “You are what you eat” is a very true statement you know? Great skincare starts with the kind of food you eat. If you love junk food, indulge frequently in alcohol, caffeine and probably enjoy smoking, getting the perfect skin is definitely a long distant dream and will be almost impossible for you to achieve. An unhealthy diet and lifestyle will make your body and skin dehydrated most of the time. It is also most likely to cause inflammation, breakouts and collagen loss. So, treat your skin and body right by consuming foods rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, E, A and beta carotene.

  4. Do Exfoliate Gently

    Nothing brings the dream of healthy and glowing skin to reality like regular exfoliation! Exfoliating would work wonders for your skin, irrespective of your skin type. The right exfoliant renews your skin texture, moisturizes, softens and brightens uneven skin tone. However, avoid exfoliants that are harsh because they will only leave your skin feeling dry, irritated and damaged.


  1. Do Not Leave Without Sunscreen Protection

    SPF’s should never be an option, but a priority to be worn daily for all skin types, especially in winter! Sunscreen helps fights against the damaging effects of the UVA and UVB rays which causes premature skin aging and wrinkling along with skin cancer. To effectively reduce skin damage caused by the sun, opt for more natural products. The best type of sunscreen is a moisturizer with SPF. Better still you could mix your favorite moisturizer with an SPF to ensure proper hydrating coverage.

  2. Don’t Take Hot Showers

    Even though hot showers are immensely relaxing and soothing, they are considered less than ideal for your skin. Taking a hot shower not only upsets your skin’s natural moisture balance, but it also strips the natural oils and proteins from your skin. Extensive hot showers will result in inflammation, dryness, redness and even itching. In order to protect your skin, shower with only warm water and avoid taking more than two showers a day.

  3. Don’t Keep Touching Your Face 

    It’s tough; especially, when you have a blemish. Feels like a nightmare, doesn’t it? But the truth is that the more you touch your face; the more reactions will arise. Breakouts happen because of unclean hands, full of bacteria. So be sure to keep your hands off your face as much as possible.