Guests gathered at Atelier Now to celebrate the launch of No7’s biggest-ever scientific innovation, No7 Future Renew.
Earlier this week, No7 revealed its biggest ever scientific innovation with the launch of No7 Future Renew, a range that’s proven to reverse multiple visible signs of skin damage.
Created following 15 years of research into skin ageing and repair with the University of Manchester, No7 Future Renew contains a world-first super-peptide blend proven to harness the skin’s natural repair process
The collection is made up of four skincare products containing a new ‘super peptide’ blend that is proven to harness the skin’s natural repair process and the renewal of over 50 key proteins in skin cells. The super peptide blend – which represents the biggest cosmetic science innovation in No7’s history – contains two brand-new chemical entities, a patent-pending world-first technology that cannot be found in any other product.
At the heart of the collection is the No7 Future Renew Damage Reversal Serum, clinically proven in a blinded split-face controlled trial to reverse the appearance of multiple signs of skin damage across a range of skin types and tones, including fine lines, wrinkles, lack of luminosity, dryness, uneven skin tone and loss of firmness. 97% of women in the clinical study had improvements in the appearance of multiple (3 or more) visible signs of skin damage. Patent applications have been submitted and are pending for both the new peptides and the delivery system found within the serum.
No7 Brand Ambassador, singer-songwriter, Sharon Corr, said: “I am so proud to work with such an established brand as No7 to launch the new No7 Future Renew range. With 15 years of scientific research behind the discovery of a new super-peptide blend, it’s a really exciting time for No7 in bringing this world-first technology to the market. Since I started using the range some weeks ago it has become the foundation of my daily skincare routine and is a pleasure to use.”
Plenty of familiar faces stepped out to celebrate the launch. Take a look at who was there through the gallery below…
Photography by Kieran Harnett.