Boots No7 Hydro Quench Pore Refining Serum Reviews
Product Type: Boots No.7 body care
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Customer Boots No7 Hydro Quench Pore Refining Serum Reviews (4)
by - written on 21/10/10 (Very useful, 254 readings)
Well I purchased the pore refining serum just over two weeks ago-thanks to a Boots NO7 £5.00 off voucher!The original retail price is £12.50,but with the voucher I got it for £7.50. I felt the need to write a review on it as I've had ,so far,some wonderful results with it(woop! woop!) I'm not going to go into too much detail about the packaging as its not really too important,but for those of you who would like to know,it comes in a long rectangular box-the side bars being light blue,and the front and back are white (excluding the print which is black all around.) The front gives the name and reads hypo-allergenic,and the back gives a description of what the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/09, updated on 04/08/09 (Very useful, 907 readings)
When it comes to open pores on my face they really do drive me crazy! This is really a problem for me along with blackheads and the usual pains from time to time that insist on appearing! I love No7 products (as a rule) from Boots and when I saw this product on offer for £6.00 instead of its usual price tag of £11.50 it almost jumped into my basket all by itself! It seemed by title the perfect product for me! The Packaging.... Light blue cardboard oblong box with the gold No7 embellished on the front and then all in dark grey writing under that I'm told it is 'Hydro Quench Pore-Refining Serum' that 'Instantly reduces the appearance of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I purchased this product for the first time around one year ago. I have combination skin that is prone to spots and have always had larger more viable open pores. Over the years I have tried many pore minimising products and non have seemed to work so I was a little apprehensive when it came to this one. I used it every day after cleansing and toning in the morning and after around two weeks began to see visible results my pores were smaller and my skin felt much smoother and appeared much brighter. I now use this product every day and would not be without it. It glides on easily and feels light and not at all sticky. I use it with other boots No7 products ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/10 (Very useful, 253 readings)
I've always had really noticably pores on my nose and chin and although my skin care routine was making a difference it wasn't working fast enough. So I decided to give this pore refining serum a try. I wasn't expecting miracles as I had tried various pore minimising treatments over the years and none of them had really improved my pore size but after only a few days use this one appeared to work. The serum has a thick texture which absorbs into the skin quickly cooling and soothing as it does. The serum smells great and is non-greasy so provides a great base for make up application. It doesn't dry out the skin nor does it increase ... Read the complete review
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