CLOSED: Win Bolt Beauty’s Glow Don’t Shine Travel Serum

WIN a tub (100 drops of mattifying serum) of these travel friendly, sustainable (made from seaweed) pockets of purely good skincare from 🎉✨⚡️ I’m SO happy to be able to collaborate with to give one of you the chance to win this Glow But Don’t Shine tun of travel serum from a very new but innovative brand. I have been LOVING these droplets of skincare and although I haven’t been able to travel anywhere with them YET I have been sneaking a few into my at home routines. Let me tell you, these are a must try for any skin type because this serum is amazing at neutralising skin texture, not only making your skin smoother, but also allowing other products to penetrate better.

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