Boots often hand out £5 off No7 beauty vouchers throughout the year. And unless your familiar with the brand, or at least have an idea of what you’ll spend them, the vouchers are left to gather dust on top of the fridge, or lay lonely and unused in the bottom of your bag for months.
So to help you guys, here are my choices and what I plan to spend mine on;
Boots have recently overhauled their entire skincare range – it now caters for many different skin types, and ages. If you’re young like myself, you’ll enjoy their Beautiful Skin range. Pictured in the left corner is No7 Beautiful Skin Day Cream for Normal/Dry skin. At £12.50 it won’t be breaking your bank account, even more so when you use a £5 voucher. For £7.50 this moisturiser contains spf, and feels super silky and soft on your skin. I will do a full review soon. If your skin isn’t Normal, there’s a version for very dry skin, or oily skin. Or you could opt for a night cream. Or both!
Next are the No7 Beautiful Skin Quick Thinking Wipes. I don’t advocate that you use wipes (any wipes that it, no matter the brand) as part of your daily cleansing regime. I use mine when I’m feeling super tired, or in the position where removing my make up with a proper cleanser might actually be dangerous after a few cocktails. They cost £7, or £2 after using a voucher, and are good for all skin types. They remove a large majority of makeup, you may have to use to two just to make sure, and even waterproof mascara. Can’t go wrong!
My favourite cleanser of choice at the moment is the No7 Radiance Boosting Hot Cloth Cleanser. As you can see from the picture in the bottom right hand corner, my bottle is nearly finished. I reach for it more and more often, and it’s lasted me almost 6 months. It’s compariable to Liz Earle’s famous clean and polish, it has a slightly less luxurious feel to it, but honestly I can’t say there’s much of a difference apart from price. This cleanser costs £10, or £5 with a voucher. Even without the voucher it’s still a bargain. You get a whopping 200ml worth of product, in comparison to 200ml of the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish will set you back £24.
No7 Poppy King Lipstick
Above is the shade “Confidence”. Poppy King makes great lipsticks, and this range for No7 is no different. The colours are all really wearable for any skin tone, and they apply like a dream. The problem is that they cost £12 each, or £7 with a money off voucher. £7 is more bareable, however you don’t get as much lipstick for your money – there’s only 4g. If the lipsticks don’t quite tickle your fancy, try the Poppy King Lip Crayon collection, they’re similar to Clinique’s Chubby Sticks.
Do you guys have any No7 favourites? What do you spend your vouchers on?