By Catherine Corbett - 19th February 2020 6:08am
Just wanted to drop you a note about our fabulous No7 offers...
Whenever you shop in store we can give you a voucher for £5 off when you spend £15 on No7. You can use this with our AMAZING buy 1 get the second half price cosmetics and 3 for the price of 2 skincare offers. Ladies & Gents, its time to stock up!
Full 360 Ultra Mascara
You could try our New No7 The Full 360 Ultra Mascara, our newest & biggest ever multi-benefit mascara that delivers length, volume and curl for all-round incredible lashes. Currently £12.
Enriched with Shea Butter and Vitamin E, this mascara nourishes and conditions lashes throughout the length of wear, whilst the hourglass-shaped wand creates a dramatic false lash effect for nourished panoramic lashes.
This supersize mascara pack contains +30% extra fill, making it our biggest mascara ever! Created with a specially designed fibre brush, this mascara coats lashes from base to tip for maximum lash definition creating a fan lash flutter and false lash effect.
Combined with soot black micro-fine pigment particles for an intense colour, The Full 360 Ultra Mascara creates intensely nourished, amplified ashes, for a panoramic false lash effect without the need for lash curlers.
Care Shave Gel
Gents, how about trying some of our mens range...
No7 Men Sensitive Care Shave Gel £8
Shaving can be tough on sensitive skin, leaving it feeling dry, tight and irritated. No7 Men's gentle shave gel helps the razor to glide more easily across skin for a close, comfortable shave. Contains Aloe Vera and Pro-Vitamin B5 to soothe and calm sensitive skin. Fragrance and alcohol free to help prevent skin dryness and irritation, leaves skin refreshed, comforted and moisturised.
All offers subject to availability.
See you soon, Catherine and the team at Boots
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