Win £500 worth of skincare from Comfort Zone!


Free from silicones, parabens, mineral oils, artificial colours and animal derivatives, Comfort Zone select only the finest natural-origin ingredients to give skin the benefit of ‘real active beauty’.   The company seek to offset any environmental impacts related to the production of their products and packaging with reforestation projects.

This generous competition prize is a selection of products from their leading Sublime Skincare range.  Inspired by the latest dermatological techniques of hydro-filler, lipo-filler and peels, Sublime Skin is Comfort Zone’s corrective anti-ageing range to visibly renew, re-plump and firm the skin.    

To enter just Like the competition post on Good Spa Guide’s Instagram account and Follow Good Spa Guide and Comfort Zone on Instagram.   You will be entered into the draw which will take place in early June. 

This fantastic prize package includes the following products:

Sublime Skin Serum (RRP £80)

An innovative creamy anti-ageing serum to firm and re-plump the face making the skin visibly compact and luminous, thanks to the exclusive technology ARCHI-LIFT™ which acts on the skin architecture.  Ideal for mature skin. Recommended for all skin types.

Sublime Skin Essence (RRP £55)

Intensive concentrated solution to bestow an even, compact and youthful appearance to the skin. Immediate hydrating action, maximizing the efficacy of the products which are applied thereafter.
Ideal for mature skins.

Sublime Skin Cream (RRP £78)

Cream with micro and macro hyaluronic acid*, extracts of peony and palmytoil glycine, which act on the pillars of skin architecture (Archi-Lift™ Technology). The skin is visibly replump, more compact and nourished. The face contour looks more defined, the features more relaxed. Ideal for mature, normal, mixed or dehydrated skins.

* Sodium hyaluronate

Sublime Skin Rich Cream (RRP £80)

Cream with micro and macro hyaluronic acid*, extracts of peony and palmytoil glycine, which acts on the pillars of skin architecture (Archi-Lift™ Technology). The skin is visibly replump, more compact and nourished. The face contour looks more defined, the features more relaxed. Suitable for mature, normal, dry and very undernourished skins. Ideal for harsh climates.

* Sodium hyaluronate.

Sublime Skin Eye Cream (RRP £55)

Innovative eye contour cream formulated with peptides, flavonoids, caffeine and aescin for a complete action on lines, wrinkles, dark circles and puffiness. The eyes look younger, the skin more compact and smooth. Mature marked with wrinkles, craw’s feet, dark circles and puffiness

Sublime Skin Eye Patch (RRP £50)

Innovative hydrogel mask enriched with peptides for an immediate cosmetic action on tired eyes, marked by wrinkles, puffiness and dark circles. It gives renewed lightness and compactness to the eyes.  For tired-looking eyes and marked by wrinkles, puffiness and dark circles. Ideal as a weekly treatment and when particularly tired.

Sublime Skin Peel Pad (RRP £38)

Innovative peeling single-dose pads made of alpha and poly-hydroxy acids. Skin exfoliant for a progressive regenerating action and bright complexion. With a handy and quick application, the pads are ideal as monthly treatment to be done every other day.  For skin that is mature, thickened and/or showing sun exposure blemishes.

Sublime Skin Lift Mask (RRP £64)

A creamy, firming mask that does not require rinsing. Immediate younger-looking skin. Can be used during the day or as a night time mask, awaking to a skin which reveals softer contours and relaxes features.  Ideal for mature skins, and those that are lined and lacking tone. 

 

Good Spa Guide Competition Terms and Conditions apply.  

This competition is not open to employees of the Good Spa Guide or Comfort Zone

Competition closes 31st May 2020.  

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