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October Spoil – Win a hamper of the most agréable French cult beauty products

Let’s be honest … French women really do always seem to get it right. And one of
their favourite ranges is ours, too.

We adore the NUXE range of products, and can’t live without the French cult multi-purpose dry oil, Huile Prodigieuse, which has botanical oils that nourish, repair and protect your
face, hair and body.

Each of the NUXE Rêve de Miel creams is joie to use … from the Ultra Comforting Body Cream and Hand and Nail Cream to the exceptional Ultra Rich Cleansing Gel for face and body.

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We’ve just discovered the honey-scented Super Skin Repair Balm which works wonders to
soothe areas which need it the most (think windburned chin or sides of the nose, dry
elbows and heels) … and though we’re not often keen to share our creams, this one really does work for the whole family.

The products, which cost between R370 and R695, are available from Woolworths, Truworths, Edgars and Foschini stores.

We’re giving away a hamper of these NUXE products … to stand a chance of winning,
simply visit our Facebook page (Get It National) and like our October French Spoil post. Entries close on October 25.

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