Enter our ishga competition now to win one of THREE fantastic prizes


We’re offering not one but THREE lucky winners the chance to win EIGHT beautiful ishga products worth over £250. 

Ishga skincare

The name ishga is derived from the Gaelic word for water. The Western Isles of Scotland have some of the cleanest waters in the world, and this is where ishga sustainably hand harvests their seaweed to produce the 100% organic ingredients for the ishga skincare range. Testing has shown that Hebridean seaweed contains natural anti-oxidants that have anti-ageing properties which help protect the skin. As a result of the production processes, the seaweed content in the products are extremely high. By harnessing the potent powers of the finest Scottish seaweed, Ishga products work on every skin type. They really can make a positive difference to the health and appearance of your skin.

Each prize includes: 

The complete beautiful and rich Detoxifying Face Collection which includes:
Active Cleansing Lotion 100ml
Exfoliating Face Mask 50ml
Hebridean Marine Toner 150ml
Regenerating Face Serum 50ml
Rejuvenating Eye Balm 30ml
Nourishing Face Oil 50ml

PLUS

The leading ishga Anti-oxidant Marine Face Cream, 50ml
The NEW ishga Sanitiser 30ml

To enter: Like our competition post on Good Spa Guide’s Instagram account and make sure you are following Good Spa Guide (@goodspaguide) and ishga (@ishgaskincare) on Instagram. You will be entered into the draw which will take place in early October. The competition closes on 30th September 2020. Good luck!

Good Spa Guide Competition Terms and Conditions apply. This competition is not open to employees of the Good Spa Guide or ishga. Competition closes 30th September 2020. 

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