Hello lovelies! So I'd be very surprised if you haven't heard me mention N-Spa Creamy Coconut products at some point over the last few months. I am absolutely obsessed with them this year. Like a lot of people, I want everything and anything coconut-scented during the Summer months.
Earlier this year, I was going away for the weekend at the last minute and stopped past Asda to get some bath products. I only have a shower in my flat, so a night in a hotel means I must have a bath and it must be a good one. I saw this coconut range in Asda and threw them in my basket, thinking they'd be acceptable if they were at least a little bit coconut-y. I was pleasantly surprised (understatement) when it turned out to be the best smell ever. It's so different to the coconut scent from the Body Shop - much creamier and a bit like snowball cakes, which are my favourite! The scent from the body butter alone stays on the skin for hours too. In the range, there's also a shower scrub which has a really fine exfoliator, a body mist (perfect for holiday!) and a coconut bath fizzer too. N-Spa is my new favourite brand of the moment - some of the other scents in the range are gorgeous too, try them out if you're in Asda and you won't be disappointed!
Body Butter | Fragrance Mist | Bath Fizzer | Shower Scrub
Since I love to spread the word when I find an excellent, inexpensive product/brand, I thought I'd do a little giveaway! I've picked up the body butter, shower scrub, bath fizzer and body mist and I'm so excited for one of you to win all of these - I know you'll love them!
So here's the rules!
1. This giveaway is open to UK residents only.
2. Entries from 'giveaway accounts'* will not be counted - so please don't enter.
3. This giveaway will end at midnight on the 28th August. Winner will be contacted by email within 24 hours of the giveaway ending, if I don't hear back from you within 30 days, I will chose another winner.
And here's where you enter - good luck!
Giveaway now closed - winner will be announced soon!
Have any of you tried this range before?
*just to clarify - I had an issue on a previous giveaway where I had lots of entries from fake accounts on twitter. This was blatantly obvious because I'd get a batch of 20 entries within seconds of each other, all accounts would have like 1 follower and the same picture, all tweets were for giveaways and it was clear this was one person trying to have an unfair advantage over other people. I don't think this is fair and don't want lots of fake accounts following me either, which is why I've asked them not to enter :) x