We have teamed up with our lovely friends at ILA Spa, whose Cotswold spa is situated in Kiddington, Oxfordshire, to give you the chance to win some of their gorgeous products to help ease you into a night of deep, restorative sleep.

The Big Sleep Collection (worth £65) includes Big Sleep Bath Salts, Big Sleep Mist and Big Sleep Drops.

And with our routines are completely out of kilter at the moment, leaving us in desperate need of a good night’s sleep, enjoy some treats to make us feel better.

If you can’t get to the spa, let the spa come to you! 

The ILA Big Sleep Collection kit which is up for grabs

The team at ILA believe an optimum night’s sleep is achieved through a ritual-like approach to bedtime. Undoubtedly, this starts with a bath. 

The Big Sleep Bath Salts includes magnesium and Himalayan salt to help you close the day in a calm, collected manner before a restful, restorative sleep.

The Big Sleep Drops were developed to combat the incessant disturbance of sleep. Combining calming chamomile, the soporific effects of belladona and the nurturing qualities of orange blossom and liquorice, the mind and body are lured into a moment of calm before sleep takes over.

The Big Sleep Mist is a quietly potent combination of plants and gemstone, including amethyst, lavender and jasmine.  These bring calming and soothing energies that help to battle insomnia, release stress and inspire dreams

Denise Leicester, founder of ILA Spa explains: “It’s not called beauty sleep for nothing: from both a scientific and an esoteric viewpoint, sleep brings the ultimate renewal to our cells and systems. During the day we are in a metabolic phase, our cells requiring and burning energy.”

“During sleep, most of our systems are in a heightened anabolic state, accentuating cellular growth and rejuvenation – particularly in regard to the immune, nervous, skeletal and muscular systems. On a physical level, a good night’s sleep helps counter signs of ageing – from dark circles and swollen, bloodshot eyes to dull skin and wrinkles. It also boosts mental clarity, improves physical performance, takes the edge off emotional traumas, helps defend our body against pathogens and protects against everything from heart disease to stress.”

Understanding what we need to sleep well is essential. A room that is dark, quiet and slightly cooler helps promote deeper, more restful slumber. Not stimulating the mind with TV, alcohol, caffeine or close-up screen-time in the evening is equally important. A regular night-time cleansing routine not only give cells important breathing space to renew but also helps body and mind to shut down.

An ancient Sanskrit word for Mother Earth, ILA is a beyond organic skin and heart care brand which aims to do something very simple, but also completely revolutionary. The vision was to create a range of highly potent and sacred products, which channelled the raw remedial power of nature. It took two years to find the right type of roses to use, sourced from India and wild harvested at dawn for the highest vibration by artisan producers; the petals of 38 flowers are used to produce just one drop of oil.

The products are created in a meditative environment by hand in the Cotswolds using unsurpassed natural ingredients and minimal processing, and the company supports tribal communities, villages and farmers all over the world. 

Denise added: “What I hope is that those who use ila products at home start to feel a real sense of daily healing and fulfilment. Never has the need been greater for this sort of gentle care.”

For your chance to win the Big Sleep Collection from ILA Spa simply like and share this story on social media and tag your friends in the post. The winner will be selected at random after the closing date of Saturday April 18 at midnight. For all the terms and conditions for all our competitions click here.

More details about ILA Spa here www.ila-spa.com

More details about the Cotswold Spa here https://www.ila-spa.com/blog/ila-spa-cotswolds

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