I was near to panic! Self possession is all on such traumatic occasions and I sat back to analyse my negative reaction whilst I took deep breaths into a paper bag. Feeling calmer I reasoned that it is must be my advancing years that send me into a frenzy of insecurity when my familiar and well loved products are unavailable. When I was younger I was blase about such incidents and keen to move on and experiment. Now, in my fifties, I had started to become clingy! Just as this thought came to mind, it hit me like a bolt from the blue! There on the screen was a product I had not noticed previously, "Boots No 7 Age Rewind Foundation". Such a silly name and a stupid claim! Images of Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep on their "Death Becomes Her" quest for eternal youth, with their heads spinning around nearly 360 degrees, flooded into my mind.
Well it's my birthday today, and as you get to a certain age when your skin is starting to sag and you notice a few too many lines around the eyes, the search starts! That quest for the perfect anti-ageing 'make you look ten years younger' product! Well I have been searching and I have found a product which I am getting rather attached to - Boots No 7 Age Rewind Foundation!
I tried to purchase No. 7 Uplifting foundation in march but was talked in to buying no7 age rewind ,which i don't rate at all.
I went to purchase my old brand no7 uplifting foundation only to see it in a box behind the counter with a note on it saying recall ,i asked the assistant why i could not buy it she said it had been recalled, its a real shame as i really liked this foundation and had been using it for a long time…