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GIVEAWAY: Tell us your fave destination in New Zealand and you could win 1 of 5 Elements products!

Happy Friday, readers! To brighten up this rainy day, we’ve got a very exciting competition for you!

Because who doesn’t love free stuff, right?

So what’s on offer? Five amazing Elements Candles, valued at $39.95 RRP each – with either a water or fire aroma.

Why? Because global hotel cosmetics company, Vanity Group, has partnered up with New Zealand’s The Aromatherapy Company to produce Elements’ first-to-market hotel amenity program, supplying luxury products to hotels across the world including New Zealand.

Elements is a luxurious home fragrance and body care created in the elements that encapsulate Aotearoa: Earth, Air, Fire, Water. The product will be distributed across the Vanity Group’s global distribution partners and retain the sustainability ethos that is an integral part of The Aromatherapy Company.

And ICYMI, you could win one of their luxe candles!

Elements Mixed 10

All you have to do is follow this link and tell us in 25 words or less what your fave New Zealand destination is and why.

Which, let’s be honest, should be pretty easy given that New Zealand is crammed full of amazing spots!

And if you want all the products? Don’t worry – Vanity Group CEO Paul Tsalikis said that the Elements product is available for hotels right now!

“We are excited to be partnering with a luxurious, empathic brand in New Zealand. It is a pleasure to work with The Aromatherapy Company and distribute Elements to the world and we are looking forward to bringing other New Zealand brands on board,” he said.

So what are you waiting for? Fill out the entry form here for your chance to win!

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