Nivea In-Shower Whitening Skin Conditioner (100ml)

Size: 100ml / 250ml

Price: PHP 109 / PHP 234

NIVEA In-Shower Body Moisturiser is a hassle-free way to moisturize skin while in the shower. Designed to be used after shower gel, it leaves skin feeling hydrated and silky soft – even after towel drying. The NIVEA In-shower Body Moisturiser range is available for both normal and dry skin types.


e9594314060ef8e021f27d9ec1aedcf4It’s okay to remember the good times you had together and keep the memory of them in your heart, but you have to move on. You broke up for a reason. This guy is not the one you are suppose to be with or you would still be together. Every time you start to think about some great time you had together or something romantic he did for you, you have to remind yourself of all the reasons why the two of you broke up. You need to go out with friends, get a new hobby, pursue your interests and goals, but you must move on. Otherwise, you will miss meeting all the great guys that are out their right now, because you are too busy thinking about your ex. There is a great guy out there right now that will treat you even better than your ex ever did, you just have not met him yet. Go out and enjoy life! Take this and every relationship you have as a learning experience and use it to make the next relationship even better.


1297632432171_ORIGINALEveryone, at least once in their lives, have experienced getting into a relationship. When you are in a healthy relationship, both individuals support each other, sharing the good times and helping or supporting each other through the tough times. When someone matters deeply to you, and those feelings of trust and respect are returned, it enables us to face the world with confidence. Building and maintaining a healthy relationship needs commitment from both sides to make their partnership work. But it is truly worth all the effort because when you are in a good relationship, you feel good about your boyfriend or girlfriend, and you also feel good about yourself.


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