Boots No7 Protect and Perfect ADVANCED Serum Review & Giveaway

24 February 2015

For me, serums are kind of my save all. My skin is far too temperamental for heavy cream or moisturizer use on a regular basis. I usually end up with the opposite results and a "cute" little breakout on my cheek or chin, and if I'm really lucky, both. So, serums are pretty much my go to, but let's be real not all serums are created equally. I've found that some are super oily, too expensive ($120, what!), or just not fitting the bill. I mean, it happens with all beauty products, you have to find that one that you love, right? 

So, when (the UK's #1 beauty brand) Boots No7 's new advanced serums came on the scene a couple months back I was intrigued by the Matrixyl3000 Plus formulations, combining a powerful form of Matrixyl and next generation peptides that work together giving you more youthful looking skin in just four weeks. Plus for under $25 (at Target, no less) I would gladly toss my current serum in favor for this. And since it's quickly become the UK's fastest selling anti-aging serum (and kind of a phenomenon with one selling every 10 seconds), I had to at least try it, right?

 I opted to try the Protect and Perfect Advanced Serum since I find myself occasionally having to fight break outs, especially when trying new products. The serum goes on smooth and feels heavenly on my skin, not at all greasy or heavy. I've gradually moved up to using it twice a day over the last week and a half (so no huge results just yet). But, I will say my skin feels much more hydrated and dare I say, happy. I'm definitely interested to see what the next few weeks have in store for my fine lines...

Want to try the Boots No7 Protect and Perfect Advanced Serum for yourself? I'm teaming up with Boots No7 to give one lucky ready the chance to try it out for themselves! (Enter Below -->) If you're ready to shop them now, get $2 off at Target.com with "BOOTSIBOX"






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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Boots No 7 via Burst Media. The opinions and text are all mine.