Win £1,000 worth of treatments at the Laser and Skin Group

Have you ever fancied having a cosmetic treatment? Well you can now for free!

Exclusively in conjunction with Vibe 107.6 FM, the Laser and Skin Group are giving away a massive one thousand pounds worth of treatments.

Based in the centre of Watford the Laser and Skin Group offer a wide range of treatments and have over 25 years’ experience.

So if you have ever wanted to try anti wrinkle injections, laser hair removal, facials, pig-mentation removal or any of the many things the clinic does then this is your big chance.

You can check out the different treatments at and entering the competition is easy. 

To enter all you need to do is text ''WIN'' followed by your name to 80818 and remember to start your message with the word ''VIBE''.

You have until midday on Thursday 17th September to enter.

Miles Blumsom will then select a winner at random on his Friday Breakfast Show on the 18th September. The winner needs to pick up the phone between 8 and 9 that morning to be in with a chance of winning treatments worth £1,000. 

View our competition terms & conditions here.

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