Tuesday, 27 September 2011

What I Spend My £5 Off No7 Vouchers On

I don't think anyone pays full price for No7 products anymore; it seems as though Boots are giving out the vouchers every other month! I got one last week and I've been thinking about what to spend it on. Normally I go for one of two products.

Top of my list is usually the Quick Thinking 4-in-1 Wipes which are usually £7 but are only £2 with the voucher. I've tried lots of different face wipes and these are by far my favourites. I don't use face wipes all the time and don't have any at the minute so I'll definitely be picking these up for when I'm feeling lazy.

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The other thing I pick up all the time with these vouchers is the Blissful Body Wash. I love this and I've mentioned it before. It's very moisturising and has a nice, light scent. It normally costs £9 for 200ml but is £4 with the voucher. This might sound like a bit much for some people (I'm a bit stingey when it comes to shower gel because I think you can get really good ones at a very low price) but it lasts a reasonable amount of time and I didn't need to use as much moisturiser when I used this. It's great for the winter months, I think. 

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The final thing I've been considering is a newly discovered product for me. I've been trying the Radiance Boosting Hot Cloth Cleanser for the past week now. This is the first hot cloth cleanser that I've tried so I don't know how it compares to others but I do like how it makes my skin feel. 

I was going to do a separate review but I might as well just tell you about it now! It's a thick white cream which you smear all over your face and then take off with a hot muslin cloth. I've never been a fan of standing over the sink washing my face because I always seems to get water everywhere and found that cleansers which need water to be removed left my skin feeling dry. This is different, though. My skin feels very soft after using this and it works great with my Embryolisse at night.

 I would recommend it for anyone with normal/combination skin like mine. It might be a bit rich for very oily skin and I'd expect it's not quite moisturising enough for very dry skin. It costs £9 for 200ml so that's £4 with your voucher. I think even at £9 it's reasonably priced but I do find that I get through it very quickly. I've been using it most nights and every other morning for just eight days and I'm already 1/4 of the way through the product. 

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Make up wise, I'm not a huge fan of No7. I have their Skin Illuminator in Peach but the packaging was so terrible (it has a gunky brush on the end) that I had to depot it into a jar.  It's okay but it's nothing to write home about. I wasn't impressed by their nail polishes or lipsticks either. I'm keen to try a couple of their brushes, though, as I've heard good things.

What do you spend your vouchers on? Do you have any No7 recommendations? 

Stace xx


  1. I absolutely LOVE the Micro-Dermabrasion exfoliator, it's fantastic. And it's lasted me well over a year!

  2. I must admit I struggle on what to buy, those are good recommendations. The last thing I bought was a nail polish in So Simple. In the store lighting I thought it was a pale pink but when I got it home it was a sandy colour, it was okay but their polishes don't really grab me.