Beauty Reviews

REVIEW: The No7 Skin Illuminator Radiance Boosting Beauty Fluid!


I love a dewy skin and I am forever adding to my list of highlighting products – addicted.com!

A few weeks ago I trialed the No7 Skin Illuminator radiance Beauty Fluid and I am head over heels in love with it! This is my new must have and as you can see in the pic above, it’s nearly all gone!! The fluid itself has a fantastic radiance boosting finish, leaving you with gorgeous skin. The particles of iridescent shimmer reflect the light, which gives your skin a perfectly healthy glow.

What I love about this product is the application. At the top there is a little brush, so you squeeze the tube and up pops a gorgeous creamy texture that is packed with particles of iridescent shimmer helping your skin to reflect the light, giving you that perfectly healthy glow. I apply this just before my foundation every morning after my moisturiser and I love it – it 100% makes a difference to my foundation application 🙂



Now there is a little nack on how to use it, so here is a step by step guide!

Step one: Shake before use

Step Two: To use, turn the tube neck to the ON position then gently squeeze a small amount through the brush, wiping any excess on the back of your hand.

Step Three: Turn the tube to the OFF position then stroke over parts of the face and neck you wish to highlight. Always remember to turn the tube neck to the OFF position after use.

Step Four: To clean the brush carefully wipe with a clean tissue after use, do not rinse with water.

After I apply about a euro coin amount of the beauty balm to my cheeks & forehead, I then apply my foundation using my foundation brush and then blend it all in, its that simple and the effects are 10/10!


You can pick up this little piece of magic from any boots store and it costs just €14.25!

Happy Shopping!

Sue xx




  1. Zane Pandaa
    5 March 2014 / 20:17

    Can it work with pale skins?

  2. Kim Glynn
    1 March 2014 / 23:55

    Do you use this as a highlighter Sue? Could it be used when highlighting and contouring? Should I go two shades lighter than my foundation?

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