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This Christmas, £200,000 from the sales of all our gifts will help us build 5 new schools with our Community Fair Trade partners around the world. Watch the video to find out more> http://bit.ly/TheBodyShopGiveJoyVideo
We’ve got it! From novelties to festive-looking gifts we have everything you need to spoil loved ones> http://www.thebodyshop.com/christmas/gifts-for-christmas.aspx
Dip into rich honey moisture with…Honeymania™. Our new collection is enriched with Community Fair Trade honey from Ethiopia. Bee-autiful!
Find out what Brazil Nuts look like before they’re processed, which products the oil is used in and how you are helping to maintain the rainforest by buying them!
With summer on its way, we’ve added to our Honey Bronze range a fabulous new shade of Shimmering Dry Oil and an adorable new Lip Balm, plus given our Bronzing Powder pack a new luxe-look> http://www.thebodyshop.co.uk/make-up/bronzing.aspx
You told us you loved it and we listened! Brazil Nut is back by popular demand… and it’s better than ever. Best of all, the luscious new line-up is now available all-year-round and includes our sensational Brazil Nut Beautifying Oil.
Our tea tree oil, used in our iconic skincare range, comes from tea tree plants grown organically in the foothills of Mount Kenya. When ready to be harvested, the best leaves are picked by hand, then steam-distilled to release the organic oil.
Find out more on our website.
Marula oil is used in lots of our iconic make-up products like Moisture Foundation, Shimmer Waves and Brush On Bronze. It comes from the ripened fruit of the marula tree which is native to many parts of central and southern Africa. The women of the co-operative extract the kernels from ripe marula fruits by hand, then cold-press the kernels at their factory to extract the marula oil inside.
Discover the heart inside our iconic make-up products.
Get ready to take your senses on a journey with Scents of the World.
British Beauty Blogger previews our upcoming fragrance collection featuring five captivating scents inspired by the world. They’re made with ingredients sourced from the four corners of the globe, including natural extracts and Community Fair Trade organic alcohol from Ecuador.
Read about it here.
Our trade with the Tungteiya Women’s Shea Butter Association gives a regular income to over 475 women and provides communities with access to sanitation, medical aid and other necessities.
Find out more about Lily Cole’s trip to Ghana.
Lily Cole saw that making shea butter by hand is hard work. The fruits are handpicked, boiled and dried in the sun and their kernels extracted. More photos coming soon.
Award-winning photojournalist Hazel Thompson traveled to the Tungteiya co-operative in northern Ghana with Lily Cole, where for eighteen years we’ve been been sourcing our shea used in products like our Shea Body Butter. Over the coming days we’ll show photographs from the trip.