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Boots logoSanctuary Spa travel set for £22 (norm £47) at Boots*In stores & online until 7 Jul. Incl body scrubs, lotions & shampoo

Ends 7 Jul

If you go online to Boots* or into a store by 11.59pm on Tue 7 Jul, you can get a Sanctuary Spa Summer Beach Bag set for £22 (norm £46.72), subject to availability. Delivery's £3.50 if you order online, or you can collect in a store for free.

The set includes both full-size and travel-size Sanctuary Spa toiletries, as well as Charles Worthington travel haircare products and a beach bag (see the picture below).

Sanctuary Spa products:

  • Body wash (250ml)
  • Body scrub (200ml)
  • Body butter (300ml)
  • Heel balm (75ml)
  • Body wash (75ml)
  • Body lotion (75ml)
  • Body moisture spray (50ml)
  • Salt scrub sachet (60g)
  • Hand cream (30ml)

Charles Worthington products:

  • Sunshine protector shampoo (75ml)
  • Sunshine protector conditioner (75ml)
  • Sunshine protector leave-in spray (50ml)

Although the set has an RRP of £46.72, we've calculated that if you bought these products separately it would cost about £40, as Boots currently has a 3for2 offer on selected toiletries. So if you were planning on stocking up for summer, you could save about 45% with this set.

If you're not going to use all the products inside, you could use some as birthday presents and Christmas stocking fillers for a few different people.

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