Boots' No7 Advent Calendar Is Back And Shoppers Can Get Over £173 Of Products For £42
We don't mean to alarm you, but the holy grail of beauty advent calendars is upon us.
The waitlist has officially opened for Boots' hugely coveted No7 25 Days Of Beauty Advent Calendar - and this year there's £173.50 worth of products packed inside for just £42.
We may have just dribbled.
The brand's Christmas calendar was a bestseller last year, with 90,000 people signing up to the waitlist. And this year's list has just opened for business.
With your name on the waitlist, you'll get access to the calendar 24 hours before everyone else - handy considering the calendar sold out in just three days last year. Basically, if you don't want to miss out, get your name down.
Boots shared a sneak peak of the advent calendar on this website yesterday (Wednesday 29th), and it looks simply majestic.
The fold-out style doors - which seem to be the advent calendar style du jour right now - open to 25 shiny, crystal-printed doors.
It honestly looks so good we'd be scared to open them.
Boots hasn't revealed which beauty products lie behind the windows as yet, but with last year's calendar filled with cult products such as the Stay Perfect Lipstick and Volume Mascara, you can bet this year's offering will be equally as good.
As an extra exciting incentive, Boots have hid seven 'Golden Tickets' in the calendars, and occupiers are in with the chance to win £700 worth of No7 products.
You didn't need to twist our arm...
Boots' calendar is another addition to 2019's booming list of beauty advents.
It follows The Lush Advent Calendar, a limited edition advent featuring a super cool fold out design.
Instead of paper doors and plastic chocolate, you'll get a beautifully decorated chest, done up with ribbons, that folds out to reveal three drawers filled with 24 full-sized Lush products.
The chest is completely reusable and recyclable so you can keep it on your dressing table and fill it with your own beauty products, jewellery or whatever you like when Christmas is over and done with.
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