Gwyneth Paltrow’s Favourite Beauty Brand No7 Has Landed — These Are the Best Products to Try

Instagram @no7uk

Founded by British drugstore Boots in 1935, No7 is the UK’s number one selling skincare brand, loved by beauty enthusiasts across the globe. Gwyneth Paltrow, Gemma Chan and Sienna Miller count themselves as fans of the brand, thanks to the combination of research, innovation and efficacy used within the products.

And finally, we can get our hands on the goodness that is No7 here in Australia. Sold exclusively at Priceline Pharmacy, the range will at first feature 28 award-winning products that sell out in mere hours when released in the UK.

In fact, when No7 launches a new product, it usually generates waitlists of more than 100,000 people — it’s that good. From October, you’ll be able to access the entire 42-product range in-store and online at Priceline, with prices ranging from $19.99 to $61.99.

“What sets No7 apart is the level of scientific research and the proof that supports our products,” said Head of Science and Research for No7, Dr Mike Bell in a press release. “Specifically, our world-famous serums have gone through rigorous clinical and consumer testing to validate their age-defying performance with thousands of women involved in their testing, across 70 studies over the past 10 years.”

If you’re unsure where to start with the range, theree are two cult products, in particular, that you don’t want to miss. The first is No7 Advanced Retinol 1.5% Complex Night Concentrate ($61.99), which is the number one retinol product sold in Boots in the UK.

Over 100,000 people were on the waiting list for this product overseas and it’s a favourite for a reason. Formulated with matrixyl 3000+ and 0.3 percent pure retinol, this product is designed to harness the anti-ageing qualities of retinol, while minimising the risk of irritation thanks to the addition of bisabolol — the active component in chamomile.

The other must-try product is the No7 Line Correcting Booster Serum ($61.99), designed to target fine lines and wrinkles. The concentrated formula can be applied straight to lines to visibly reduce the appearance of forehead wrinkles, crow’s feet and lip lines.

The Booster Serum can also be mixed into your regular moisturiser, eye cream or foundation to achieve the same smoothing result across a larger surface area. If you’re on the hunt for a targeted line treatment, this is most definitely worth the investment.

The No7 range also includes moisturisers, night creams and serums so there’s a number of products available to try out. For more information, head to the Priceline website.

Related Posts
Latest Beauty
The End.

The next story, coming up!