To celebrate, this Friday, Rituals are giving you the chance to win a set of their Laughing Buddha Collection worth £75 with #MCFridayTreat
As a special Christmas treat in the Marie Claire December issue, we’ve teamed up with luxury brand Rituals to offer readers an exclusive 20% off all ranges.
To celebrate, this Friday, Rituals are giving you the chance to win a set of their Laughing Buddha Collection worth £75 with #MCFridayTreat.
In ancient China, Laughing Buddha was a famous monk. With his legendary smile he brought happiness and good fortune wherever he went. For centuries, the ritual of rubbing his belly became a symbol of good luck and prosperity. Inspired by the legend of the Laughing Buddha, Rituals cosmetics have created an uplifting range of products that evoke feelings of optimism, good luck and positivity, bringing a touch of happiness to everyday life.
Allow your senses to become truly awakened and invigorated with a collection of eight energising products, each bursting with a vibrant citrus scent. The Laughing Buddha collection blends ingredients of Cedar Wood and Chinese fruit Yuzu, with traditional symbols of happiness and good fortune: Sweet Orange and Organic Mandarin. When applied to skin, the ingredients work together to provide an uplifting effect on the mind, body and soul.
The set will include:
Shower foam 8.50 Shower Oil 8.50 Good luck scrub £16.50 Fortune Scrub £10.00 Body Cream £17.00 Mist £16.50
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is follow @MarieClaireUK on Twitter and retweet our #MCFridayTreat tweet. Good luck!
Terms & conditions: To enter, you must be following @MarieClaireUK and retweet one of the #MCFridayTreat tweets. Competition ends at midnight on 15th November and four winners will be picked at random. UK addresses only.
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