The Hunts Post has teamed up with The Chestnuts Retreat in Warboys to offer one reader the chance to win this wonderful prize while they enjoy spending some time at a luxurious 17th Century farmhouse. The Chestnuts Retreat in Warboys is an idyllic haven for relaxation and well-being, and as well as beauty therapy, owner Judi Bradbury offers a perfume profiling service. Guests can enjoy relaxing massages and organic beauty treatments in this beautiful Flemish inspired property in the centre of the village which has glorious, well-kept grounds, giving visitors an immediate sense of calm and well-being on arrival. Her skin products are from the Ishga range and Judi champions organic skincare products which are free from petro chemicals as a lifestyle choice. It is hard to achieve this with all the millions of products available and even some products that claim to be natural or offer health benefits are not always free from chemicals, she said. The name Ishga is derived from the Gaelic word for water and originates from the Hebrides, which has some of the cleanest waters in the world, where seaweed is harvested to produce a 100 per cent organic ingredient for the skincare range. Scientific tests have shown that Hebridean seaweed contains natural anti-oxidants that have anti-ageing properties which help protect the skin. Ishga products work on every skin type and I believe the products can really make a positive difference to the health and appearance of your skin. Seaweed is a natural resource that grows in abundance in the pure unpolluted coastal waters of the Hebridean Islands of Scotland. It has been used for centuries for its natural healing and therapeutic properties and is known to contain a balanced combination of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, and anti-oxidants. As well as improve the appearance of the skin, Judi says the products will help tighten and tone the skin, stimulate blood and lymph circulation, deep clean, and increase the skins moisture levels and elasticity. Judi also offers fragrance profiling which she says provides clients with a journey through the senses. Its not something that most think about, they tend to stick to what they know rather than choose a scent that says something personal about them. I can provide a unique experience for a special occasion or just give someone the opportunity to find out what really suits them. I have trained as an expert within the perfume industry, which means I have trained my nose to become a global fragrance profiler. The house provides a wonderful sense of warmth and I hope people will come here and feel cocooned and relaxed. To be in with a chance of winning a facial treatment at The Chestnuts, answer this question. What does the word Ishga mean? Answers on a postcard to The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB or email: email@example.com. Deadline for entries is Friday, October 23.