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GIVEAWAY ALERT: The Average Jane's Valentine Giveaway

The season of love is fast approaching, and so I just wanted to show how much I love and appreciate everyone by hosting this small giveaway.  J

My Valentine giveaway!

One winner will be receiving all of these:

1. Lay Bare's Soothing Cream which helps reduce irritation and redness that may occur after waxing.  Paraben-free and keeps skin smooth and moisturized.

Lay Bare's Soothing Cream

2. Doctor Babor's Derma Cellular Collagen Booster Cream

Doctor Babor Cosmeceuticals is one of the leading brands in the professional cosmetics industry with over 50 years of providing outstanding skin care concepts and products. 

Their Derma Cellular Collagen Booster Cream is designed to restructure and lift the skin from the inside leaving it looking smooth and youthful.

Doctor Babor Derma Cellular Collagen Booster Cream

3. Biodroga Systems' Puran Formula

Biodroga Systems is a German company also speciliazing in skin care for both men and women.  Having been in the business since the 1950s, they are well-known for their facial, body and spa care products.

Their Puran Formula is a light skin care cream that provides 24-care for impure, oily / combination skin.  It helps soothe skin suffering from blotches and helps normalize excess sebum.  Not only that, it's matting effect also prevents unslightly oily sheen.

Biodraga Syatems' Puran Formula

Want to win all 3?  Just follow the instructions below.



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That's it!  Contest ends on February 12, 2012 and is open to all readers with a valid Philippine mailing address.  As always, I will be sending the prizes over to the winner. 

Advance Happy Valentine's Day!  J

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  1. @myrockingcradle.com: I'll try to hold a contest that's open internationally. Courier fees are so expensive kasi e. =)

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  2. Thank you for joining! Will be announcing the winner soon. =)

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