Oh yes people, it is still summer, and it is sometimes more pleasant, but often hotter than hot, which can spoil the summer, that's the way it is with me. 25 degrees is the most optimum, what there is, but no, the summer means every now and then that one could slam on the 25 degrees times so evenly whole 10-15 degrees more on it.... Yuck yuck!!!
And yes, you don't like it either! Am I right? With the exception of a few brain-brained people who think that the summer really starts at 40 degrees, everyone else will find it quite exhausting when the days are extremely hot (and possibly also humid), so that you sweat at least two liters with every smallest movement and get sticky everywhere. Of course, at the lake or at the sea it is a little less bothering, as one can cool down quickly in the water and thus one even notices that the cool wetness or a shady place under the parasol is much more pleasant than in the brooding and brutal sun. Then one also realizes that Don Juan de Cat was absolutely right and that the heat can be really exhausting, especially if one doesn't have the possibility to go to the lake or to the sea every day.
Ha! So listen to me once in a while. I may often complain and scream here, but every now and then I also spray total wisdom! :D And speaking of spraying: Yes yes, especially in summer you should be less stingy with sun cream and spray yourself best with it, which brings us to my latest comment: Nivea Sun!
(PS: Yes,... at the moment the weather is certainly more pleasant... but as always that's just the calm before the storm, wait and see... soon it boils again!!!)
The fragrance begins with a great sun cream note that immediately conveys a feeling of sunbathing on the beach. Or at the lake, at least something with water and sun. Well, you can sunbathe in the garden or park or on a meadow, but without water it would be too boring for me. The distinctive level scent is somewhat lower here than in the EDT, because the sun cream note is simply much more intense here. Green notes, which are indicated here, appear in the top note, but only very briefly, so that one soon has to smell more precisely at the sprayed spot in order to perceive the green notes at all.
Flowery notes are better perceived there. For a fraction, the floral notes appear heavy and sultry, briefly reminiscent of flowers like ylang-ylang. But as already mentioned, this is only very short, so that one can soon smell more beautiful, loose and also slightly sweet flowers. Otherwise, the fragrance is soft and slightly powdery and looks, of course, also quite creamy.
Towards the end, the sun cream note loses itself a little, because the fragrance then becomes even more sweetly floral. Actually he stays that way afterwards, but you also have to say that he won't last long anyway. If you want to enjoy the beautiful sun cream scent again, you should spray it on again after three hours. But one way or another, the scent is pretty good!
The Sillage and the shelf life:
The Sillage is somewhat weak and will therefore only be perceived from close up. Well, just like sunscreen. The shelf life is also rather short. After three to four hours there are only light, sweet-floral notes left, which do not last that long.
The bottle has the same disc-shaped shape as the original Nivea perfume, but is transparent with a golden yellow hue. Therefore there is no lid, because the spray head is integrated into the bottle. The bottle is reminiscent of the Nivea cans and looks quite okay.
Ah, the scent is great! Especially at the beginning, one smells a certain scent, which should be known to everybody as described above, especially in the summer or during the summer holiday: Sunscreen! Exactly, this creamy note with the distinctive scent that 50% of mankind smears on the skin as a precaution when the sun is high in the sky and everyone sizzles without mercy. The other 50% of mankind are unfortunately a bit too careless and careless in dealing with the sun and just stubbornly think: "Nothing happens!
Yes, maybe this could have been said in the 60/70s, but today, where every year gets hotter than the previous one, you should really use sunscreen. When sunbathing anyway, but also if you are out in the sun too long on really hot days or have to work outside in summer. So, you know, don't be too stupid, people, and use sunscreen once in a while. There have been sun sprays for years that are much easier to apply than sun milk,... just a little hint if you didn't know that... :DD
Well, so the fragrance, how could it be otherwise, has become a summer fragrance that is more feminine than unisex due to the floral notes. It is best used during the day, especially because you smell sun cream and associate it with a sunny day instead of evening. For all sun worshippers, the fragrance is a must, at least as far as testing is concerned! For me it smells much better than the normal Nivea fragrance. Well then, get out into the sun (well, as soon as the sun should shine again in a few days) and test the scent, I'll grab a place in the shade,... and from there I'll look at the ladies applying some cream, mu ha ha,... oh you sound perverted... :DD
Have a nice evening, see you next time :)