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No7 has launched two brand new products - Skin Pastes - that promise to 'transform' your skin.
The high-street brand, which sells in cosmetics store Boots, is always first on the skincare scene with new and clever launches.
And the most recent addition to their range is no different.
Last year the forward-thinking brand added their revolutionary Skin Paste to their No7 Laboratories line, which sees clinically proven products deliver procedure-worthy results through simple non-invasive skincare.
Their one-of-a-kind skin paste is a mix between an at-home facemask and a long-term skin treatment.
And, now the range is expanding.
Previously offering two different Skin Pastes – Resurfacing and CICA-Rescue – the line has now introduced two more options tailored to customers with different skincare needs.
The Hydrating and Clearing Skin Pastes claim to give you ‘healthier’ and ‘more balanced’ skin with their formulas.
The Hydrating Skin Paste combines a hydrating gel with a skin-fortifying cream to reduce tightness and the appearance of dryness.
It also uses a hydrating complex with three times the strength of hyaluronic acid to nourish the skin, and to lock in moisture and provide 48 hour hydration.
And the other new addition sounds just as fabulous.
The Clearing Skin Paste uses trusty salicylic acid to exfoliate away dead skin cells in an effort to clear pores.
It also uses a blend of bisabolol and licorice to sooth and an addition of pre-biotics to encourage healthier, more balanced skin so you’re left with a calm, clear and fresh-looking complexion.
The new additions join the Resurfacing Paste, which reduces the appearance of pores and promotes brightness, and the CICA-Rescue paste, which soothes redness and strengthens skin.
With the exception of the Resurfacing Skin Paste, the revolutionary pastes are designed to wear overnight so that you can wake up to effective results, while the Resurfacing Paste works in just 15 minutes.
All four products will set you back £18 each and are available to buy on the Boots website and in Boots stores across the country.