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Vampire-Inspired Bath Treats for Twilight Breaking Dawn Fans

Spice up your bath time with new, vampire-inspired products from Honeycat Cosmetics. Created by Theresa Spruill, Honeycat Cosmetics are all-natural (no animal testing) and take a sensual and playful approach to skin care.


Blood Sudz, $25
For a limited time, Everything She Wants' readers will receive 20% off any Honeycat Cosmetics purchase.  Just add the discount code, ESWT20, at checkout. 
One lucky reader will also get the chance to channel her inner Bella and win one of these new vampire-inspired products (see below for details on how to win):


You Gotta Be Kitten Me Shower Gel ($16): This new pomegranate shower gel is rich, thick and loaded with skin nourishing ingredients such as Shea butter, sweet almond oil and cocoa butter.  A little goes a long way with this moisturizing gel. Lather up and enjoy endless bubbles as you shower. This is a great way to enjoy the luxury of bubbles even when you don't have time to take a bath.


You Gotta Be Kitten Me Shower Gel, $16
Heme Dream Bath Fizzy ($12): This pomegranate and cassis sparkling bath fizzy is just what you need to unwind once the sun goes down and you are preparing for a hot night out or in!  A soak with this bath fizzy will leave your skin so soft and smooth.  Just make sure to get out of the tub before the sun comes out!


Blood Sudz Shower Gel ($25): This luxurious pomegranate and cassis shower gel is the perfect way to start your day. Gushing with good-for-you ingredients, this rich gel is just the thing to quell your blood lust.



Here's how to enter to win one of these products (you must follow all three steps and only post one comment):




1) Retweet this post.  
2) Respond to this post with your first name and tell me your favorite vampire flick?
3) Follow me on Twitter @TracyEHopkins or subscribe to Everything She Wants.



The Honeycat Cosmetics giveaway offer ends on Monday, Nov. 21 @ 11:59 p.m.

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  1. Joanna
    Favourite Vampire flick would be Twilight and Dracula

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