Post # 1
I was at Target in the US today and noticed that they had some Boots products on clearance. I’ve seen Boots in the UK and Ireland but have never used their brand of beauty products. I’m really interested in their skin care products. Has anyone had any success with them?
Post # 3
I found them a few months ago and I was soooo happy! (I lived in Ireland until I was 12 & we have a Boots pharmacy in my hometown). I love them. I have the make-up wipes (Quick Thinking 4-in-1) and the Time Dimensions redefining toning water. They’re fantastic. My skin tends to be dry in the cheek area and more oily in the t-zone (and prone to breakouts at that time of the month) and they’ve worked really well for me.
My Future Sister-In-Law was visiting us a couple of weeks ago & she used the wipes and was like I gotta get those! I’ve been very happy with them, and I was a Clinique 3-step girl for years.
Post # 4
I have the eye cream and think its fine (not nec. better than other drugstore brands, but no worse). I did buy a cute little make up pallette recently though, and I like the colors a lot! Again, not as high quallity as dept. store make up that costs 3 times as much, but just as good (maybe slightly better) than comparably priced stuff. And the colors themselves were great!
Post # 5
When I’m in the UK, I try to get the make-up wipes. They are really good because sometimes, I am really too lazy to do my usual routine.
My friend swears by the Protect and Perfect serum. I was still in the UK when the report came out that this was the only product to do what it actually said on the bottle (and then it sold out in a day). A lot of people like the product. However, I hear that it’s not good for people with oily skin.
If you ever go to the UK, I like their sunscreen and after sun lotion. I don’t think it’s available in the US…
Post # 6
There was a big splash about the No. 7 Protect and Perfect serum a year or two ago. I liked it. It wasn’s a miracle cream but it was good, especially for the price. I bought mine in London, but Target has the same thing.
Post # 7
Yep, I agree with what people have said here. I think it’s slightly nicer than other similarly priced products (esp. the Protect/Perfect line), although I live in London so I’m not sure what the exchange rate does to the retail price in America. I have sensitive skin and have never had a problem with anything that Boots makes (including by not limited to their No. 7 line). It’s not as fancy as the uber-expensive Dept. store brands (Clarins, Kinerase, etc) but I think it’s nice. Worth a try!
Post # 8
Has anyone tried the Boot’s mascara?
Post # 9
I’ve only used their body scrub, but I love love love it!
Post # 10
I have the Boots Waterproof mascara – will be wearing it to my wedding!