No 7 has launched their new Lift and Luminate Triple Action Day, Night and Eye Cream, which helps to reduce the signs of ageing in two weeks.
No 7 has launched their new Lift and Luminate Triple Action Day, Night and Eye Cream.
The longstanding skincare brand has recently unveiled their latest triple action serum to help reduce the three signs of ageing, including the visibility of wrinkles, the skin tone, and has clinically been proven to lift and make the skin noticeably firmer in just two weeks.
The products can be used together or individually, and when used together leave your skin glowing in just 14 days, with the insertion of the anti-wrinkle technology Matrixyl 3000 plus, Hibiscus extract, which is an ingredient to boost collagen and help to tighten the skin, and Lightening Complex containing Emblica (Indian gooseberry) and Vitamin C to help rebalance melanin content in the skin, helping to provide an even skin tone and a fading of visible pigmentation.
The No7 Lift and Luminate Triple Action Day Cream has a double defence system, which nourishes your skin and protects against UV rays - a factor leading to premature ageing - with its SPF 15, and the cream also works in a similar way to the serum, which when applied daily brightens the skin and reduces the appearance of redness.
Whilst eight hours sleep is the minimum recommended amount of time one neds to re-energise their body, the No7 Lift & Luminate Triple Action Night Cream works in harmony with your forty winks to encourage a deeper moisturising during your rest time.
The No7 Lift & Luminate Triple Action Eye Cream comes in a neat and compact tube, allowing you to carry it with you at all times. This item has been created especially for the delicate eye area, and softens the creases around the socket.
Although two weeks will enable customers to see a noticeable difference in their visage, after four weeks you will awaken to well-rested, more radiant and healthy looking skin.
The products from the new range are available online and in Boots stores now.
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