QT Gold Coast invites guests to be transported to a sanctuary of calm and relaxation. spaQ brings a fresh twist to the designer spa concept. Surrounded by tranquil tones and energetic splashes of colour, the range of treatments to soothe and pamper are why it’s recognised as an industry leader.

Known for years, Vitamin C is the key to the youthful glow we all so desire to keep. It is a key skin protector and antioxidant, and now there is a new skin-friendly generation of Vitamin C on the block. Skeyndor has formulated Vitamin C to closely replicate our skin allowing it to be 700 times more absorbable than pure Vitamin C – yes!

In true spaQ fashion, they have created the ultimate treatment to glow – Femme Fatale Vitamin C+. This treatment includes triple anti-oxidant action, for an even more radiant effect. Created to neutralise free radicals, prevent photo-ageing and stimulate the synthesis of collagen, the three things we all love to hear!

POWER C+ is formulated with four different forms of ascorbic acid for an immediate and long-lasting antioxidant effect. Vitamin C is complemented with extracts from antioxidant superfruits (HG pomegranate and acai extract) which results in an even more radiant glow. This is accompanied by a Jade stone massage – Inspired by Gua Sha a method of traditional Chinese medicine, relieves facial muscle tension, and encourages circulation.

Two winners will each receive a 60-minute Femme Fatale Vitamin C+ facial at spaQ Gold Coast, complementary use of the Hamman Steam Room and a glass of bubbles post-treatment.

RRP $150 (each)

Entries close November 30, 2019. Only winners will be notified. Good luck! Entrants’ details may be shared with giveaway sponsors and then kept under haven’s lock and key.

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