Wednesday, 22 April 2015 09:40

The Body Shop Spring trend

If everyday cleansers leave your skin feeling tight and dry, this is the product you've been waiting for. It dissolves impurities while soothing and refreshing skin. Our Community Fair Trade organic aloe vera comes from rich and biodiverse south-east Mexico, on the Yucatan peninsula.

We work with The Campeche Farmers, who cultivate aloe plants on organically-certified land. They supply The Body Shop with 100% organic, preservative-free concentrated aloe vera for our products. Within 6 hours of harvest, our aloe leaves have been packed up and sent to the processing plant, so that the precious aloe gel can be extracted while the leaves are still fresh and juicy.


A palette of four vibrant shades to mix and match. Use dry for a blend of popping colours or wet for a dramatic colour statement.
Vibrant colours
Use dry and wet
Crease-resistant

We work with the Eudofano Women’s Co-operative in Ondangwa, Northern Namibia, to source our Community Fair Trade marula oil. The marula tree is held to be sacred to the people of Ovamboland, and Namibian women have traditionally used marula oil for generations to smooth and moisturise their skin. Now the 1750 Namibian women of the Eudofano Co-operative are building a business and a future on the ancient wisdom of marula. The oil they produce is cold-pressed to preserve its high quality, and enriches our products with its hydrating and smoothing properties.
Give your lips and cheeks a naturally flushed glow with our first chubby sticks. Enjoy a colour sensation with an exquisite velvet matte finish.
Matte finish
Decadent velvet texture
With Community Fair Trade marula oil

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