After 10 years of research, Luminous630 is one of NIVEA’s breakthrough discoveries formulated with patented ingredients to help you fade and prevent dark spots. The Luminous range is enriched with effective ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid which can be found in the advanced treatment serum to brighten the skin. There is also a Collagen Booster infused in the anti-age and spot serum to fill deep wrinkles, as well as Salicylic Acid in the post-acne mark serum to smooth the skin.

Find below all Luminous630 products:

What is NIVEA Luminous and how does it work?

NIVEA Luminous630 products are developed by our team of skincare experts to safely fade dark spots and help prevent future pigmentation. Working at a cell level, NIVEA Luminous products are aiming to target the root cause of the issue, with a dual action:

- Works on areas with high melanin level to lighten the spots

- With a consistent usage, it regulates the production of melanin to prevent new dark spots from showing up.


What are dark spots and how do they appear?

Dark spots, otherwise known as pigment spots, are a discolouration of the skin caused by an extra production of melanin. There are 4 reasons why dark spots may develop on your skin:

1. Excess sun exposure without SPF

2. Hormonal Imbalance

3. Age

4. Post acne/skin inflammation 

Sun Exposure: you can be subject to developing dark spots on your skin as a result of exposure to the sun or tanning beds which also generate UV lights. These spots are also known as liver spots, solar lentigines, or sunspots.

Sun spots are most likely to appear on parts of the body which are exposed to the sun the most, such as the face, hands, or arms.

Hormonal Imbalance: little areas of skin discolouration are a symptom of the skin condition called melasma. Women are more likely to have this condition, particularly during pregnancy. This is generally due to a high level of oestrogen compared to a low level of progesterone, which will drive higher levels of skin pigmentation.

Age: closely linked to sun exposure, age spots are produced by melanin, a natural pigment that is produced more quickly in response to ultraviolet (UV) light. Age spots develop on skin which has been exposed to the sun for a longer period of time, when melanin gathers or is created in large quantities.

Post Acne/Skin Inflammation: dark spots, also known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), are not necessarily scars. They are melanin-rich purple or dark spots that develop once your acne has cleared up and can occasionally remain longer than the acne itself. Luminous630 can help you target those spots to lighten them and balance the colours of your skin.

Explore our range of Luminous630 products to help you achieve a more balanced complexion.


How can you address dark spots

Begin your journey to bright, even skin tone today with NIVEA Luminous. NIVEA recommends a consistent use of Luminous products within your morning and evening skincare routine. For example our Cellular Luminous630 Anti Dark Spots Day Moisturiser with SPF 50 will protect you skin throughout the day, meaning you won’t have to worry about the occurrence of new pigmentation.

In the evening, care for your skin with the Cellular Luminous630 Anti Dark Spots Night Cream. Enriched with Hyaluronic Acid this product recharges your skin overnight and balances new melanin production to prevent the appearance of new dark spots.