Join RGU Uni Boob for a ‘Girls’ Night In’ This Wednesday

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On Wednesday 27th November The Body Shop will kindly host the fundraising night for the boob feeling initiative, RGU Uni Boob.

 

The event will start at 6pm and last for two hours. 

 

The night will focus on looking after yours truly, and this includes demonstrations on how to correctly Coppafeel! of your boobs, alongside the ways in which the charity can help. 

 

Tickets cost £5 to attend, but allows for the perfect ‘girls night in’ for you and your friends.

 

Ticket cost includes: hand and arm massages, skincare and body care consultations, makeup applications, plus drinks and nibbles!  
 
All proceeds of the ticket costs are going to CoppaFeel! 

 

They will fund and enable the initiative to send out 100 text reminders for people to check themselves.  
 

On arrival a goodie bag will be available, with a welcome drink as well to get the excitement of the night started. 

 

Then, there will also be a raffle with some super exciting prizes!  

 

Radar wants its readers to know exactly what’s up for grabs so we got the exclusive on these amazing prizes! 

 

There will be a £30 Ann Summers voucher, a brow tint and wax from Hive Beauty. 

 

Wait there is more!? 

 

Yes, that’s right, you can also be in with a chance to win a voucher for Foodstory, Aberdeen! 
 

The Body Shop will also be giving all attendees an exclusive discount on any of their products during the event, making this the perfect opportunity to get some Christmas shopping in.  
 

Tickets can be bought by messaging RGU Uni Boob on Facebook or Instagram, or by clicking this link below: 

Skiddle.com/e/13681647 

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