I am past the age of believing in the tooth fairy. On the other hand I know for a fact that the Nivea fairy is for real.
A while ago I tested tanning lotions. Someone at Niveas marketing department had spotted my blog, and offered me to test their product - it was up to me whether I wrote about it or not.
I chose to do so - I had a good time testing and it made a good post, well in line with the normal content of my everydaylife-blog. And of course I would have put the product seriously down if I hadn't liked it. That is a fact.
After that, I mislaid th Nivea-ladys mail, so I was unable to write her and tell her I'd done my duty so she could send me some more.
The other day, visiting a rarely used folder in my mailbox, I came upon her email - and hence her email addy. So I hopefully sent her a slightly delayed email (I did the test in march) that I would like to test some more, and a link to my tanning lotion post.
Thursday I realized that the Nivea fairy exists. I got a package containing a true eldorado of care produkts - normal size, no stingy little test products - and I calculated that shopping for the same products in the shops would cost me about 800 hard earned kr. (Equivalent to 110 EUR).
Thank you, kind Nivea fairy!
I will be the most well-moisturized woman in this area code! All for free...