No7 is a really underrated brand. They have some really great makeup and skincare products, and the new No7 Laboratories Resurfacing Peel 15% Glycolic Acid has definitely made its way onto my skincare wishlist.
Usually whenever No7 launch a new product, it launches in the UK first, and then launches State side weeks later, but the No7 Laboratories Resurfacing Peel 15% Glycolic Acid has debuted in the US first this time!
This liquid peel joins the existing No7 Laboratories collection, alongside their range of Skin Pastes, Line Correcting Serum, Dark Circle Correctors, Firming Booster Serum and Dark Spot Correcting Booster Serum.
The No7 Laboratories Resurfacing Peel 15% Glycolic Acid is $39.99 and contains 30ml / 1 fl.oz of product inside a frosted glass bottle, with a glass pipette dispenser.
All of the products within the No7 Laboratories collection have a clinical aesthetic, to make the products look like they’ve come straight from a clinic or lab, and this liquid peel is no different.
“No7’s Laboratories Resurfacing Peel 15% Glycolic Acid revels more luminous skin that feels firmer and dramatically smoother.
Powered by 15% pure glycolic acid, this clinically proven resurfacing peel reveals more luminous skin that feels firmer and dramatically smoother.
Dermatologist approved, this effective yet gentle 5 minute wash-off treatment peels away dead skin cells, impurities and pollutants for radiant, youthful looking skin.“
The No7 Laboratories Resurfacing Peel 15% Glycolic Acid is said to offer the following benefits;
- Brightens for a healthy-looking complexion
- Clarifies skin for pores that look refined
- Over time, long standing marks appear visibly reduced
- Primes skin for even better results from your skincare regimen
As I mentioned above, I really rate the No7 skincare and really want to try this liquid peel. I love using glycolic acid based skincare products, as my skin seems to like them, and they really help to reduce texture, and helps to leave my skin looking brighter and healthier too.
I do have to say though, this is quite pricey for a drugstore skincare brand due to the 15% glycolic acid. No7 skincare tends to be a little pricey anyway, so the No7 Laboratories Resurfacing Peel 15% Glycolic Acid might be one to snap up when it’s on offer to try and save some money.