More information about The Body Shop
The Body Shop is an icon of the British high street. Founded back in the seventies, it has been helping us look after our hair and skin ever since.
In a novel way of displaying its goods, the website allows you to shop as you’d expect with gifts, fragrances, bath and shower, lotions and potions and more. But then the twist comes when it offers you the opportunity to shop by groups of products made from its particular natural and cruelty free ingredients. That means that if you love aloe, cocoa butter or mango you can search by ingredient and see the amazing range on offer by key ingredient. If you fancy summoning the green fairy, without partaking in the strong taste of absinthe, why not try absinthe beauty products instead?
The Body Shop’s website offers beauty hints and tips, and even has a social forum for sharing beauty related questions, and the opportunity to pose questions to their community.
For gifts that your friends will be delighted to receive go straight to the gift selection, you can buy for him, for her and by value.
When The Body Shop first opened in 1976 it was our first truly ethical and socially conscious brand. It caused quite a stir from the moment it first opened its doors until the death of its founder Anita Roddick. In that time it grew at an unprecedented rate that demonstrated the world’s desire for sensibly priced, top quality cosmetics that were not tested on animals, and produced in a fairly traded fashion. There are now 2,500 stores carrying 1,200 products in 61 countries. Roddick’s spirit lives on in a great store on the high street and online that allows you to pamper yourself, or a loved one, with a clear conscience.
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When you shop at the Body Shop you know that the products you buy are top quality, but also that they have been created deliberately to help the communities that make them. Nothing has been tested on animals, and even the packaging goes on and on for many uses.