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The three products selling every 90 seconds in Priceline stores around Australia 

A British skincare range that launched in Priceline stores across Australia last month is selling one product every 90 seconds, new research reveals.

No7 Skincare may be new to the Australian market, but the clinically-driven range has already proven to be a hit with shoppers, who love the fast and effective results.

The three top sellers from the No7 line are the Lift & Luminate Triple Action Day Cream ($49.99), the Lift & Luminate Triple Action Serum ($54.99) and the Advanced Retinol 1.5 Per Cent Complex Night Concentrate ($61.99).

A British skincare range that launched in Priceline stores across Australia last month is selling one product every 90 seconds, new research reveals (No7 pictured after use)

No7 Skincare may be new to the Australian market, but the clinically-driven range has already proven to be a hit with shoppers, who love the fast and effective results (two of the most popular products pictured)

No7 Skincare may be new to the Australian market, but the clinically-driven range has already proven to be a hit with shoppers, who love the fast and effective results (two of the most popular products pictured)

No7 Skincare may be new to the Australian market, but the clinically-driven range has already proven to be a hit with shoppers, who love the fast and effective results (two of the most popular products pictured)

The Day Cream promises that after just two weeks of use, your wrinkles will be visibly reduced, your skin will feel firmer and your skin tone will look more even.

Meanwhile, devotees of the Lift & Luminate Serum say it’s even better.

An impressive 85 per cent of women who tried it in a recent study saw better age-defying results when they added it to their regime, thanks to the concentration of age-defying active ingredients. 

Finally, the Advanced Retinol is one of the standout buys, and while it is the most expensive item in the collection, it's designed to re-boot your skin while you sleep (pictured before and after six weeks of use)

Finally, the Advanced Retinol is one of the standout buys, and while it is the most expensive item in the collection, it’s designed to re-boot your skin while you sleep (pictured before and after six weeks of use)

Finally, the Advanced Retinol is one of the standout buys.

When the retinol launched in the UK, it did so to a waiting list of 100,000 people (pictured)

When the retinol launched in the UK, it did so to a waiting list of 100,000 people (pictured)

While it is the most expensive item in the collection, the retinol is designed to re-boot and renew the skin while you sleep, so you wake up looking refreshed, and – after several weeks – noticeably younger. 

When the retinol launched in the UK, it did so to a waiting list of 100,000 people.

It is now used by millions of women around the world and has rave reviews online.

‘Very surprised at how well this product works,’ one recent reviewer posted.

Another added: ‘I have been using this product for about five months now and it is amazing. 

‘Your skin peels the top layer of skin to reveal much clearer skin with fewer brown spots and lines’.

In August, the affordable British line No7 launched in 470 Priceline stores across Australia (pictured after use)

In August, the affordable British line No7 launched in 470 Priceline stores across Australia (pictured after use)

No7 - which regularly attracts waiting lists of 100,000 and is the top-selling beauty brand in the UK - boasts 42 products ranging from $19.99 to $61.99 in price (items pictured)

No7 – which regularly attracts waiting lists of 100,000 and is the top-selling beauty brand in the UK – boasts 42 products ranging from $19.99 to $61.99 in price (items pictured)

In August, the affordable British line No7 launched in 470 Priceline stores across Australia.

According to the Head of Science research at No7, Dr Mike Bell, it's the scientific studies that set No7 apart from other skincare brands on the market (serums pictured)

According to the Head of Science research at No7, Dr Mike Bell, it’s the scientific studies that set No7 apart from other skincare brands on the market (serums pictured)

No7 – which regularly attracts waiting lists of 100,000 and is the top-selling beauty brand in the UK – boasts 42 products ranging from $19.99 to $61.99 in price.  

It has a host of celebrity fans, from Gwyneth Paltrow to Crazy Rich Asians star Gemma Chan and Sienna Miller.

According to the Head of Science research at No7, Dr Mike Bell, it’s the scientific studies that set No7 apart from other skincare brands on the market.

‘The serums have gone through rigorous clinical and consumer testing to validate their age defying performance with thousands of women involved in their testing, across 70 studies over the past 10 years,’ he said in a statement.

‘This partnership between No7 Beauty Company and Priceline means that millions of Australian consumers will now be able to access No7’s iconic age defying skincare range, getting prestige quality at accessible prices exclusively at Priceline.’

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