NIVEA Sun Protect Plus Skin UV Cream [DISCONTINUED]

NIVEA Sun Protect Plus Skin UV Cream

RatzillaCosme Approved  2014 Sunscreen Top Pick

Release Date
Kao Corporation
Product Type
UV Filter(s)
Octinoxate, Zinc Oxide, Uvinul T 150, Tinosorb S & Uvinul A Plus.

The product has been replaced or discontinued as of 2015.

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NIVEA Sun Protect Plus Skin UV Cream is a moisturising Japanese sunscreen cream with a smooth finish.

The daily sunscreen cream features PA++++ UVA rating to better protect the skin against freckles, dark spots, and other sun damage. hyaluronic acid and natural plant extract keep skin hydrated throughout the day.

It has a moisturising formula that leaves the skin feeling comfortable, smooth, and ready for makeup, with no white residue.

  • For face and body.
  • Not resistant to water, sweat, and sebum.
  • Can be used as a makeup base.
  • Removable with a face wash.

Skin Type(s):         
UV Protection:   


Water,, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate,, zinc oxide,, Cyclopentasiloxane,, alcohol,, glyceryl stearate,, propylene glycol,, dimethicone,, PEG-55 stearate,, ethylhexyl triazone,, bis-ethylhexyloxyphenol methoxyphenyl triazine,, diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate,, hydrogenated polyisobutene,, C12-13 alkyl glyceryl hydrolyzed hyaluronate,, do.not.copy,, phellodendron amurense bark extract,, polyacrylamide,, dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer,, PEG-10 dimethicone,, C13-14 isoparaffin,, stearyl alcohol,, hydrogen dimethicone,, laureth-7,, cetyl alcohol,, disodium EDTA,, tocopheryl acetate,, BHT,, phenoxyethanol,, methylparaben.


「ニベアサン プロテクトプラス スキンUVクリーム」の全成分: 水、メトキシケイヒ酸エチルヘキシル、酸化亜鉛、シクロペンタシロキサン、エタノール、ステアリン酸グリセリル、PG、ジメチコン、ステアリン酸PEG-55、エチルヘキシルトリアゾン、ビスエチルヘキシルオキシフェノールメトキシフェニルトリアジン、ジエチルアミノヒドロキシベンゾイル安息香酸ヘキシル、水添ポリイソブテン、加水分解ヒアルロン酸アルキル(C12-13)グリセリル、キハダ樹皮エキス、ポリアクリルアミド、(ジメチコン/ビニルジメチコン)クロスポリマー、PEG-10ジメチコン、(C13,14)イソパラフィ、ステアリルアルコール、ハイドロゲンジメチコン、ラウレス-7、セタノール、EDTA-2Na、酢酸トコフェロール、BHT、フェノキシエタノール、メチルパラベン

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Amy Jane
Amy Jane
6 years ago

I’ve been using this since last summer based on your recommendation and it is the best. None of the products I’ve bought in the states are as comfortable as this. I wonder why american sunscreens feel so heavy?

7 years ago

Hi, can I ask what are your thoughts on this product? I’m getting two of each of the Biore Bright Face Milk and the Perfect Face Milk from the Ratuken link that you kindly provided. That same seller also sells this product and I’m wondering if it is worth a try. Ounce per ounce it is cheaper than the Biore one, but I don’t know how it compares in terms of ingredients and the performance on the skin. Does the Biore wins in UVA filters because it has Titanium Dioxide which protects from both UVA and UVB, while the Nieva… Read more »

7 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Thanks for your quick reply. May I ask why you’d prefer the Allie Gel Mineral Moist if you’re going to get a lot of sun? I thought the Biore would have better UVA filters with the Tinsorb S and Uvinul A Plus?

Do you find this Nivea to have the similar finish and oil control as the Allie Gel Mineral Moist? Since I tried the Allie one previously, I want to see if I can expect more or less the same with this Nivea.

Thanks again!

7 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Thanks for your insights! If Allie Mineral Moist Gel has never given you any color, then that’s all I need to hear! I’m going for that one again instead of this Nivea one then. I’m still going to order the two Biore to try though and likely will use them on days when I won’t get much sun. It is interesting how you point out that PPD can only look good on paper sometimes, because honestly, that’s how I judge a sunscreen most of the time. Perhaps this is similar to the scientific based vs. Korean oriental medicine based skin… Read more »

7 years ago
Reply to  Ratzilla

Those are all excellent points!! That’s the reason why I love your website so much, I constantly feel like I’m learning new things all the time. I do usually blot after sunscreen and also buff in my foundation using a buffing brush. I didn’t even think much about it, but now that you pointed it out, I have to start modifying my routine. But do you only pat on your bb creams then? Do you use a circular, light rubbing motion? Or just pat exclusively? You don’t use any tools like a buffing/foundation brush or a sponge? I wonder if… Read more »

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