NIVEA Sun Protect Mild Milk [DISCONTINUED]

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Launch Date: 2009.2.2 Repackaged in 2010 & 2011.
Packaging: 30ml
Brand: Nivea
Producer: Kao Corp.
Product Type: Sunscreen
Price: ¥770


UV Filter(s): Zinc Oxide & Titanium Dioxide.

The product has been replaced or discontinued as of 2012.


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12 Comments on NIVEA Sun Protect Mild Milk [DISCONTINUED]

  1. Our Parabens by the site !! I started browsing your precious information now !!! Please this protector was replaced by Mild but I did not find his description on the site because ?? You will not do the description of it ??? I adapted with it on my skin but I doubt how much your protection you consider a very effective filter ??? Is it a 100% mineral filter ??? I ask this because I did not find his description here !! I’m waiting, thank you so much !!!

  2. Hello, Can you tell me the percentage of Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide in the new formula? Is this a non-comedogenic formula that won’t cause breakouts or clog pores. I appreciate your help.

    I’m looking for a physical sunscreen, with a high Zinc Oxide level, that is easily available to purchase in the US. To help keep my hormonal melasma from darkening.
    Thank you! Terrific website!!!

    • Thanks! I’m glad you like my website!

      Like European sunscreens, Japanese cosmetics companies do not disclose % of UV filters in sunscreens. The term “non-comedogenic” isn’t regulated anywhere so it’s a completely meaningless term. No one can tell whether a product will cause problems on your skin as it is completely individual.

      Nearly all the products mentioned or listed here on RatzillaCosme are Japan-exclusive — they’re not available in the US, unless you’re willing to order online.

      • I’m totally OBSESSED with your site! Thank you for the quick response. I usually buy my Japanese and Korean products online, that’s not a problem. I’ve been using and However, they do not carry all the brands represented in the market or mentioned on this site. I need to go to Asia for a major Beauty Shopping Marathon!

        Can you tell me if you would use this Nivea Mild Milk on your face? If not, what sunscreen with Physical filters would you recommend. I need Physical sunscreen filters vs. Chemical due to my melasma.

        I saw this on your “Japanese Physical Sunscreen” list. I wish I had access to everything you have on your ‘Best’ list. You are amazing!

        • To be honest, no, it’s not something I would use on my face or body — but, I’m very picky when it comes to sunscreens. This is actually discontinued last year and it has been replaced by Nivea Sun Protect Water Milk Mild, which has similar ingredients but slightly better feel.

          I personally prefer a combination rather than just physical filters alone.

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