No7 Protect & Perfect Beauty Serum (UK)
Restore & Renew (US)
In Britain, women have swamped Boots stores to buy No7 Protect & Perfect Beauty Serum following a program screened on the BBC called Horizon. Sales of the wonder cream increased by nearly 2000% on the day the program aired, with 13 being sold every minute. Boots stores across Britain are having to create waiting lists to manage demand from customers looking to experience the proven anti-aging effects of this serum.
The No7 Protect & Perfect serum is much cheaper than most anti-wrinkle creams, researchers from the University of Manchester say it could be just as, if not more, effective than products that are only available from doctors on prescription.
Lesley Regan, a professor of Obsterics and gynaecology at St Mary's hospital in London, studied the difference between many creams that claim to turn back the signs of aging from sun damage, such as wrinkles. In order to do this Regan compared the effects of the No7 serum on collagen production against the effects of retinoic-acid or tretinoin, both prescription drugs. Results showed that the serum was just as effective, despite claims that no over-the-counter formula could match the results of the drugs. Indeed, it was said to be more effective than products such as La Prairie anti-wrinkle products, priced at $229 for a smaller amount than the No7 serum.
Where can you find No 7 Protect & Perfect or Restore & Renew in the US?
Boots has renamed Protect & Perfect to Restore & Renew to be marketed in the US. It is sold out in most stores by you can find it on Ebay.