Whilst we haven’t yet invented a serum that will stop ageing in its tracks (wishful thinking!) we have many lotions and potions that claim to turn back the hands of time. Prices vary from the budget friendly Aldi Lacura to the eye watering 111Skin – Lunar28 day brightening and anti ageing system (£1,000!). Despite the huge variance in prices are these anti ageing products all that different? Essentially a lot of these anti ageing products, regardless of prices often have the same ingredients and don’t really do much to target those stubborn signs of ageing. So when I read about the new No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster Serum that was so popular it had a waiting list of over 16,000 people I was intrigued.
So what’s so good about it?
No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster Serum has been developed with 7 times the concentration of matrixyl 3000 normally found in their anti ageing serums. This makes the product even more likely to be able to help reduce the appearance of deep stubborn fine lines. Previous blind tests by No7 found that lines in the forehead and around the eyes started to reduce after a week. After two weeks the serum took effect on areas like crows feet, between brows, lips and around the eyes.
I’m 30 now and whilst I have a young face the signs of ageing are taking their toll. I have quite bad fine lines between my brows, on my forehead and around my eyes. I’m going to start using the serum for the next two weeks and document any changes after each week. At £38.80 the serum is not cheap and whilst it’s not on the same level as Lunar 28 Day brightening and anti ageing system it’s probably a weeks shopping for some. Unlike some other anti ageing products I’ve tried I’m really hoping this has a real effect on my skin and the intensity of my fine lines.
Keep tuning in to find out the results!
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