Martin Lewis reveals how to get £122 worth of No7 beauty and skincare products for just £35 – but you have to be quick

MARTIN Lewis has revealed how to get £122 worth of No7 beauty and skincare products for just £35.

Eight items, including a hot cloth cleanser, mascara, moisturiser, and more, are currently eligible for purchase as a bundle.

You can bag the beauty vault online and in Boots stores


You can bag the beauty vault online and in Boots stores

Martin’s team at (MSE) said: “This is one many MoneySavers wait for… the annual No7 Beauty Vault set.

“It’s available for anyone to buy online and in stores at Boots for £35 from Wednesday, July 3.

“Stock is likely to sell quickly, so if you’d like this set as it contains items you’d normally use, it’s best not to hang about.”

“Some products are on offer, so based on our calculations, the set at full-price would be £134, but we make it just over £122-worth currently – still a bargain if you use the products.”


  • Define & Enhance Mascara, 7ml (full-size) – £14.35 at Boots
  • Hydraluminous Night Gel, 50ml (full-size) – £16.15 at Boots
  • Future Renew Day Cream, 25ml – £15.73 based on 50ml at Boots
  • Hydraluminous Lip Balm, 2.8g (full-size) – £7.96 at Boots
  • Airbrush Away Radiance Boosting Primer, 30ml (full-size) – £15.26 at Boots
  • Radiant Results Hot Cloth Cleanser, 200ml (full-size) – £15.25 at Boots
  • Cotton Cloth – £2.50 based on similar products at Boots
  • Exclusive No7 Dusty Rose Palette (full-size) – £35 based on past No7 palettes

If you go online to Boots, you can get the beauty box for £35 delivered while stock lasts.

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The gift set will also be available in-stores from today.

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It always pays to compare prices so you know you’re getting the best deal.

Prices can also vary daily, depending on what deals are on at the time.

And remember that you might pay for delivery if you’re ordering online.

You can compare prices on websites like Google Shopping, Idealo and Price Spy.

The Latest Deals app also allows you to search for items and compare prices at retailers to see where they’re cheaper.

How to bag a bargain

SUN Savers Editor Lana Clements explains how to find a cut-price item and bag a bargain…

Sign up to loyalty schemes of the brands that you regularly shop with.

Big names regularly offer discounts or special lower prices for members, among other perks.

Sales are when you can pick up a real steal.

Retailers usually have periodic promotions that tie into payday at the end of the month or Bank Holiday weekends, so keep a lookout and shop when these deals are on.

Sign up to mailing lists and you’ll also be first to know of special offers. It can be worth following retailers on social media too.

When buying online, always do a search for money off codes or vouchers that you can use and are just two sites that round up promotions by retailer.

Scanner apps are useful to have on your phone. app has a scanner that you can use to compare prices on branded items when out shopping.

Bargain hunters can also use B&M’s scanner in the app to find discounts in-store before staff have marked them out.

And always check if you can get cashback before paying which in effect means you’ll get some of your money back or a discount on the item.


Boots, owner of the No7 brand, issued an update on its store closure plans after previously announcing that 300 chemists would shut for good last week.

The chemist giant told The Sun that 253 stores have now shut as part of these plans.

However, it means that a further 47 shops are set to close in the coming months.

While it wouldn’t disclose a full list of store closures coming for the year ahead, it said that most will take place when an affected store’s lease expires.

It came after Boots revealed a jump in sales for the latest quarter, as its parent firm cut profit forecasts and announced US store closures.

Boots UK revealed higher sales across its pharmacy and retail businesses over the quarter to the end of May.

However, total sales growth slowed to 1.6% as it was impacted by store closures over the past year.


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