*NOW CLOSED* Valentine’s Day competition: win a Lush gift set worth £24.95

*NOW CLOSED* Valentine’s Day competition: win a Lush gift set worth £24.95

Whether it be that unrequited secret crush or a long term partner, the time has come to bring a little bit of romance into the life of that special someone. Yes, Valentine’s Day has come around and to celebrate it we’re running a competition to give you the chance to win a Lush gift set for that special person in your life.

To enter the competition you will need to follow @DHorizons on Twitter and retweet one of our competition tweets (#Win a £24.95 @LushLtd gift set for Valentine’s Day. RT & follow @DHorizons to win. Draw at 6pm 14th Feb), which will be tweeted from this evening.

The deadline will be on February 14th and the winner will be picked at random from those who are following @DHorizons and has retweeted the competition tweet.

Once we announce the winner, please direct message us your email address over Twitter and we’ll be in touch to find out where to send the gift set.

Good luck from the DH team!

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