When it comes to skin care, things have gotten more complicated as I’ve gotten older. I not only worry about skin changes, I also worry about introducing new ingredients that will irritate my skin. Unfortunately, I don’t have the luxury of time for trial and error. At 45, I need something now that actually works without an elaborate routine or plan.
Making it easier to navigate the skin-care aisle is No7, the UK’s leading skin-care brand. The beloved brand is set to launch its highly anticipated Future Renew Damage Reversal collection at Walgreens this month. The new range, powered by No7’s exclusive new peptide blend, takes the guesswork out of achieving a more youthful-looking complexion.
Recently, I’ve learned how much peptides play a crucial role in supporting skin health and combating the signs of aging. Forming the backbone of the Future Renew Damage Reversal range is a peptide technology exclusive to No7 called Pepticology. This peptide blend is expertly formulated with niacinamide, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin C to improve tone, texture and skin firmness.
The “super peptide” blend was developing through extensive research and collaboration via a 15-year partnership with The University of Manchester. It enhances the repair process by stimulating renewal of over 50 essential proteins like collagen and fibrillin in skin cells.
Perrysburg, OH dermatologist Hope Mitchell, MD says it’s a great option to address signs of aging. “My favorite part about this collection is that its simple, affordable, and checks all the boxes for achieving healthy-looking skin, even for those with sensitive skin,” she says.
A Go-To Serum
My go-to has been the Future Renew Damage Reversal Serum ($40), which has the highest concentration of the peptide blend. The combination of peptides with other moisturizing ingredients have made my thirsty skin feel nourished and supple. In addition to the serum, the line includes a Damage Reversal Night Cream ($40), Damage Reversal Eye Serum ($30), and a coming-soon Day Cream with SPF.
Accessible and Affordable
No7 has consistently prioritized accessibility in their efforts. Alongside their 15-year collaboration with the University of Manchester to study skin repair, they have also made sure that their products are effective for various skin tones. In 37 trials to test the collection, they included a significant number of people of color to ensure efficacy across a diverse range of skin tones.
With the range hitting the shelves at Walgreens, there’s an affordable, proven option that can improve skin aging for everyone. “The No7 Future Renew line is a revolutionary collection that can reduce the look of skin damage,” adds Dr. Mitchell. “You won’t find this innovative peptide technology in any other skin-care product on the market today.”