Wednesday, May 09, 2007

MIRACLE CREAM FLIES OFF THE SHELVES


It seems everyone is searching for the fountain of youth! Every year women spend millions of pounds on so-called wonder treatments, lotions and potions claiming to banish wrinkles and promote younger looking skin. Now it seems there is a treatment available that actually does work and scientists have proved that it does in fact repair sun damage and reduce the depth of wrinkles. Boots No. 7 Protect and Perfect serum became an overnight sensation after it was featured on the BBC’s Horizon programme, with some women camping outside their local Boots store to get their hands on it, as new deliveries arrived.

The product promises younger looking skin within four weeks and at £16.75 gives much better results than other more expensive creams. Within days of the product being featured on Horizon, sales soared and Boots online store reportedly sold one bottle every 10 seconds! Boots production staff have been working round the clock to meet demand for the product with customers being restricted to buying one 30ml bottle each. The No. 7 cosmetic brand is well known in the U.K., having been on the market since 1935.

2 comments:

honkeie2 said...

Cosmetic companies prey on peoples insecurities with false hopes and wishful thinking. I use the basic anti ager ever made. Sunscreen. To look younger you have to start when you are young. Moisterize like there is no tommorow!

Naomi said...

I agree Honkeie cosmetic companies make a lot of money by promising the moon to people! I've always used lots of sunscreen and it's worked great for me.