Here at IMAGE, we’ve made no secret of our love for serums. They are an essential element to your beauty regime regardless of whether you’re aiming for radiant skin or fighting signs of ageing – this latest release falls into the latter category. ?We’ve tried and tested many over the years, but we have long been fans of the anti-ageing Boots No7 Protect & Perfect Advanced Serum, so when we heard they were releasing a new variation of the’much-lauded product – No7 Lift & Luminate TRIPLE ACTION Serum – we were keen to get our hands on it.
This is their most effective serum; clinically proven to fight three aspects of anti-age thanks to extensive consumer and clinical trials: it reduces the appearance of wrinkles, gives a more even skin tone and noticeably makes it firmer, and this all starts after just two weeks of use.
Designed to be applied before a moisturiser (and not used instead of – that’s important), this is full of concentrated actives that quickly deliver anti-ageing benefits to the skin, directly targeting in this case, the three areas of concern we mentioned above.
As with their previous serum, this one is full of equally powerful anti-wrinkle?peptides (namely Matrixyl 3000 Plus), that works to restore your skin to a more youthful state. However, this time around they’ve also added?biscus extract, designed to?helps support collagen production?(hello, smoother, firmer skin),?Hyaluronic Acid and a special “lightening?complex” which evens out skin tone and pigmentation.
So, what did people notice after use? After two weeks 87% agreed their skin looked younger and after just eight weeks,?80% said their skin had not looked or felt so good in a long time – we’ll take that.
So, if you seek to banish the signs of ageing, this serum could very well be your skin’s new BFF.
The No7 Lift & Luminate TRIPLE ACTION Serum (?38) is available in Boots stores and?online now.
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