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We Love Our Spring Break Survival Kits!

Her Campus Nationals was kind enough to send us Canadians a Spring Break Survival Kit recently – even though we don’t have Spring Break! Their goodie box was filled with awesome hair products, vouchers for swimwear (it feels like summer already!) and little tidbits of awesomeness everywhere.

Our writers were super psyched to get a pack of Tresemmé’s 7 Day Keratin Smooth System – after just one use, they had super smooth hair for up to a week! It’s super simple to use: after applying the shampoo and conditioner in the kit, you just have to spray some of Tresemmé’s 7 Day Keratin Smooth Activated Treatment and blow dry. The results are great!

They also recived lots of little sachets of Zotos’ Biotera Ultra Color Care 5-in-1 Cleansing Conditioner. Since only two of our writers actually have color in their hair, they got an adequate supply of awesome conditioner to last them a while!

Their last couple of things were great for making us look forward to summer – drinking sleeves, and swimwear coupons!

You’ll never have to worry about your beer feeling too cold after you try out these handy guys! Even better – no need for coasters!

Last, but not least, the awesome coupons from Yokini Swimwear – a company that designs swimwear that handily hides all your trouble spots and can even do custom lettering on the backs of your bikini bottoms! 

A huge thanks to the amazing companies who hooked us up, and to Her Campus Nationals! We can’t wait to use everything!


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Zafira is a fourth-year English Literature Major at the University of British Columbia and is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Her Campus UBC. She grew up in sunny Kenya and now lives amongst the beaches and mountains that is beautiful British Columbia. She is thrilled to introduce Her Campus at UBC and build towards its strength in Canada! When she's not reading a book, she is usually wrestling with her hair and her umbrella under the constant torrents of rain in Vancouver, or can be seen with a yoga mat tucked under her arm, as Vancouverites do.
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