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An anti-wrinkle cream is the first in British TV history to be allowed to call itself "clinically proven" in an advert.
The miracle, anti-ageing serum from Boots is poised for a sell out after experts who advise on TV advertising, accepted scientific evidence that it...
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BBC NEWS | UK | Early rush for anti-ageing cream
Early rush for anti-ageing cream
People have been queuing up to buy the anti-wrinkle cream
Crowds of people seeking a miracle cure for wrinkles have been queuing up to get their hands on new stocks of a hugely popular anti-ageing cream.
Several of Boots' flagship stores opened at 7am to cope with the massive demand for its No. 7 Protect & Perfect Beauty Serum.
The cream sold out after it was featured on a BBC2 Horizon programme.
Richard Baker, chief executive of Alliance Boots, it had taken three weeks to get the product back on sale.
Stocks sold out following the television...
Unilever launches new anti-wrinkle tablet in the UK market ...
Unilever launches new anti-wrinkle tablet in the UK market with ingredients vitamins C and E, isoflavones from soya, lycopene from tomatoes and omega-3 from fish oils
A revolutionary anti-wrinkle pill has been developed by Unilever. The pill goes on sale from 22 September and claims to shrink crow's feet by up to a third.
The three-times-a-day capsule is thought to be the first treatment to work on the deepest layers of the skin. Developed by British scientists, in tests on 480 women it reduced heavy lines around their eyes by up to 30 per cent within 14 weeks.
The pills cost £35 for a month's...
Date: 2016-06-25 14:11:40