The Body Shop: My hair don’t care

By on July 3, 2018

It does not matter what hair type you have – The Body Shop is now expanding its range of hair care products so you can lift the curls and style the hair as you like.

The new additions to The Body Shops cruelty-free assortment are Strawberry Clearly Glossing Shampoo and Conditioner – the first 100 percent vegan hair care routine from The Body Shop – and 100 percent vegan Ginger Scalp Care Conditioner that complements their great-selling Ginger Anti-Dandruff Shampoo.

FEEL FRUITY ALL DAY WITH THE BODY SHOP’S FIRST 100% VEGAN HAIRCARE RANGE

This 100 percent vegan duo gives the hair extra shine and a softer feeling with the help of Italian strawberries and Community Trade-produced aloe vera from Mexico. With a unique twist on the latest trend of taming the scent on the hair, The Body Shop launches one of the first hair care routines that leaves the hair sweet and fruity fragrant all day!

Strawberry Clearly Glossing Shampoo 250 ml, 95 kr

Strawberry Clearly Glossing Conditioner 250 ml, 95 kr

INTRODUCING THE NEW ANTI-DANDRUFF POWER DUO

Did you know that The Body Shop sells a bottle of Ginger Anti-Dandruff Shampoo every four seconds?*

The news of its cleansing qualities attracted attention all over the world and in no time did it end up on everyone’s lips. And now, The Body Shop has complemented this international top seller with the new 100 percent Vegan Ginger Scalp Care Conditioner.

This powerful duo is enriched with Sri Lanka’s essential ginger oil, birch bark, white arrow extract and Community Trade-produced organic aloe vera. Their united features create a lighter, caring feeling on the scalp and give the hair a clearer and fresher look.

Ginger Scalp Care Conditioner 250 ml, 95 kr

Ginger Anti-Dandruff Shampoo 250 ml, 125 kr

HOW DO THESE HAIRCARE RANGES HELP PROTECT OUR PLANET?

COMMUNITY TRADE ORGANIC ALOE VERA FROM MEXICO

New Ginger Scalp Care Conditioner and hair care serie Strawberry is enriched with sustainably produced organic aloe vera that The Body Shop procures through Community Trade with Campeche Farmers in Mexico. Aloe plants are grown on ecologically certified land near three biosphere parks in the rainforest of the Yucatan Peninsula in southeastern Mexico.

The trade with Campeche Farmers gives domestic women farmers work in a world of discrimination and limited jobs. The income from aloe farms also reduces the need for tree felling and the risk of local natural resources being compromised.

*Based on global sales 2/1-31/12 2017 of all product sizes with this formula (during a sales period of twelve hours a day, seven days a week).

IN SHOP JULY 2018

Helena Olofsson, Fashion & Beauty
MyGuide2Stockholm

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