LONDON, March 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Spring is on the way, so trade your slippers for heels and read our great pampering tips so you can make 2013 the best year yet.
Tip 1: boost your shower
Bitter cold and icy winds can starve your skin and hair of moisture and leave it looking dull, so give yourself a fresh start this month and hunt out some luxurious shampoo and scented shower gel to put some energy back in your daily routine. The Body Shop offers a wide range of shower products that contain Fair Trade ingredients, such as Community Fair Trade honey. Ask in store for help picking out a product that's designed specifically for your hair or skin type.
Tip 2: refresh your skin
Making a swift transition from office to evening may seem like a daunting task, but choosing the right products can help you to arrive on time, and in style. Refresh your skin with one of a wide selection of facial toners on the market. For a complete skincare routine use a cleanser followed by a toner. This is perfect for removing any trace of impurities and giving you a fresh base to work with.
Tip 3: last minute pampering
The Body Shop® Tea Tree range is ideal for last-minute pampering. Blended with Community Fair Trade organic tea tree oil from the foothills near Mount Kenya, all the products from this range are worth keeping on call.
If you're still feeling the effects of post-Christmas and New Year exhaustion, try using a face mask designed to thoroughly cleanse and remove traces of impurities to help skin appear brighter.
NOTES TO EDITORS
About The Body Shop
The Body Shop International plc is the original, naturally-inspired and ethical beauty brand, with over 2,700 stores in over 60 markets worldwide. The Body Shop seeks out natural ingredients from all four corners of the globe to deliver products bursting with effectiveness, to enhance your natural beauty. By striving to use the planet's resources wisely, The Body Shop searches for outstanding natural materials and ingredients from across the globe to include in its range of products. The Body Shop is proud to have been the first beauty brand to have brought the benefits of fair trade to the beauty industry through its own unique Community Fair Trade programme, to have introduced 100% recycled packaging, and to raise funds and awareness on key issues of the day, including the sex trafficking of the most vulnerable in our society, children and young people.
The Body Shop has received the recognition of organisations including the British RSPCA, Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, having been proudly awarded the prestigious RSPCA 'Lifetime Achievement Award 2009', "in recognition of the significant contribution the company has made in helping to achieve a ban on animal testing and in particular the work carried out by its late founder Dame Anita Roddick". In addition The Body Shop is pleased its products continue to win illustrious awards and accolades internationally. The brand continues to be cited as an "ethical" and "green brand".
SOURCE The Body Shop