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Face & Neck Concerns? Try No7’s Restore & Renew Multi-Action Serum

12th Apr 2017

What do you want from your anti-ageing beauty products? Less pronounced wrinkles? A firmer face? To appear visibly younger? Isn’t that what all anti-ageing ranges propose to offer?

There is one ageing issue that hasn’t been addressed by many beauty ranges, where women feel their needs have been unmet – “crepiness”, or neck firmness and texture. A study of consumers that was conducted on 1,109 women over the age of 60 from the UK and US found that a loss of firmness of the neck was the third greatest concern. Of the women studied, 57% cited crepiness as their greatest issue after wrinkles and face firmness.

If you are looking for a product that will deliver proven anti-ageing results – such as a firmer and smoother face and neck, visibly reduced wrinkles and a more even skin tone,?No7 Restore & Renew Serum is here to solve your problems, and is available from Boots stores and online today.?This is the first serum to deliver clinically proven age-defying results for face AND neck, helping women to achieve the best possible skin for their age.

No7's Restore & Renew Multi-Action Serum

No7 Restore & Renew Serum is available in 30ml, €36, and 50ml, €46, in Boots stores and from boots.ie?today.


With ten years of ground-breaking skincare behind them, the folks at No7 pulled out all the stops after discovering in the research mentioned above that loss of firmness of the neck was the third greatest concern for women.?A?controlled clinical study on 100 women of multiple ethnicities, who tested the serum?through its development, either in the clinical study or through user trial, found irrefutable results: 84%?of women stated that No7 Restore & Renew Serum was the best facial serum they had ever used; €83% stated it was the best serum they had ever used on their neck; 85% saw better anti-ageing results when adding the serum to their current routine.?The scientists at No7 work in collaboration with Manchester University for insights into skin ageing, Bradford University for insights into pigmentation, and Johns Hopkins in Baltimore for skin ageing in different ethnicities.


The?No7 Restore & Renew Serum contains an extra active complex of calcium amino acids and ceramides which specifically targets the skin fragility and neck crepiness that women cite as a key concern. Other ingredients that can be found in No7 Restore & Renew Serum (and all of No7’s existing serum ranges) that help improve wrinkles, pigmentation and a loss of firmness are the protein-strengthening ingredient Matrixyl 3000 Plus complex, firming technology of hibiscus seed extract and hyaluronic acid to help support collagen production and the lightening technology of sophora, emblica (Indian gooseberry), vitamin C and gluconolactone, which rebalances melanin content, providing a more even skin tone and fading of visible pigmentation.


On Facebook now, we are giving away a €200 voucher for Boots, and tonight we will have another competition where you can win three hampers?full of products that target anti-ageing concerns. Good luck!

No7 Restore & Renew Serum is available in 30ml, €36, and 50ml, ??46, in Boots stores and from boots.ie from today.?

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