No 7 AdvancedI was lucky enough to get a sachet sized sample of Boots No 7 Protect & Perfect Advanced Serum.  Influenster sent it to me for free inside my Frosty VoxBox so that I could try it out and offer my honest opinion on how well it worked.

The package that was sent to me stated that, “This clinically proven serum is even more effective at reducing the appearance of fine lines for younger looking skin in just two weeks.”,  but the sachet sized sample I was sent is sort of small .  So instead of using it all over my face, I used it in just a few areas of my face that I thought needed the most help.

This serum has a very smooth texture and is easy to apply evenly to my skin.  Once it’s dry, it leaves a silky feel that is not greasy or oily.  It is intended to be used on the skin before applying moisturizer but I found that when I used this serum right after stepping out of the shower, no additional moisturizer was necessary for me.

After two weeks of using the serum on my face, I don’t really see a big difference.  My face looks the same. I can’t say that it “reduced the appearance of fine lines” or gave me younger looking skin.  My skin feels nice, but no better than it did before trying the serum.  With a price tag of almost $30, I think that I would just try to find something lower priced due to the minimal results I received.

** I received this item compliments of Influenster for testing and review purposes

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As far as leftover turkey recipes  go, I am not much for using it in soups and other dishes.  I personally think that turkey is best left roasted and that’s that.  I really only cook turkey two or three times a year.  Even so, I LOVE a good leftover turkey sandwich.  Over the years, I have developed my “recipe” for the perfect turkey sandwich.  Today, I share it with you!

For this sandwich, you must use fresh, soft bread.  I use Nature’s Own Butterbread. Make sure that you take the turkey meat and warm it up (I just microwave it for a few minutes).  I put mayo on both slices of bread and then, this is the key, sprinkle some salt on the mayo (and sometimes I use pepper too).  Before I put the turkey on the bread, I “shred” it with my hands so that there aren’t chunks of turkey on the sandwich.  I make sure to evenly place the turkey on the mayo coated bread slices because getting a mouthful of bread and mayo is just yuck!  Gotta have turkey in every bite of sandwich!  Finally, put the pieces of bread together and you are ready to chow down!

I know that it seems simple, and it is. I have found, over the years, that there are some people who really don’t know how to make a good leftover sandwich and they usually ask me to make one for them because of my little tricks that make it perfect!  Now you can be a leftover turkey sandwich pro too!

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