Win £400 of John Lewis vouchers with new Velvet Balm tissues
Monday 17 October 2011
A throbbing headache, sneezing, and a nose that Rudolph would be proud of: it can only be the onset of a cold, or, if you’re really unlucky, flu. But when you’re struck down with a cold or flu it’s the small comforts that make a world of difference.
New Velvet Balm tissues, with extracts of aloe vera and camomile, offer an added layer of balm lotion, to give skin the luxurious comfort it deserves. They also come in a beautiful box which you'll be happy to have in your home. What’s more, by choosing Velvet you’ll be supporting their Campaign for Trees, where for every tree they use, they plant three more. Find out more at www.velvettissue.com
So let luxuriously soft Velvet Balm comfort you this cold and flu season, and enter this competition to win £400 of John Lewis vouchers and a box of new Velvet Balm tissues.
This competition closes on Thursday 24 November. We extended the competition for one week due to the technical difficulties the website experienced last week. The Independent's usual competition rules apply.
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