Here at Boutique Travel Blog we’re all big fans of The Body Shop. Cruelty-free, quality beauty products made from the finest ethically-sourced ingredients. What’s not to love?
New | Body Yogurts | Fast absorbing moisturisers
Founded in the English seaside town of Brighton in 1976 (just up the road from my hometown) with a belief that business could be a force for good, The Body Shop’s commitment to this ethos is as strong as ever today. Their product range, sold in 3,000 stores in 66 countries around the world, is 100% vegetarian with many ranges now also vegan, including their new range of Body Yogurts launched in the UK earlier this week. Lighter than their body butters, the yogurts have a consistency somewhere between a gel and a cream, are designed to be applied to damp skin and are non-sticky and fast absorbing, so you don’t have to wait before you get dressed, perfect for when you’re in a hurry to get ready. They’re made with Community Trade almond milk from Spain and come in five varieties; Strawberry, British Rose, Mango, Moringa and Almond Milk with my personal favourite, Coconut, soon to follow.
New | Face Mists | Your travel companion
Another recently launched 100% vegan range, The Body Shop’s new Face Mists, are perfect for travelling in hot countries. They’re aimed at cooling you down and keeping you looking fresh, with the bonus that they can be applied over make-up. My favourite, the Mint Mattifying Face Mist, reduces the appearance of excess oil, leaving you shine free and refreshed. It’s made with mint from Nicaragua, seaweed extract from Ireland and kaolin clay from the UK and comes in 60ml and 100ml bottles, either of which are small enough to be taken in your carry-on luggage when flying. What’s more, the mini Face Mists are included in The Body Shop’s current in-store offer ‘3 for 2 minis’. You can check out the complete Face Mists range here.
Boutique Travel Blog’s founder and editor, Kathryn, also blogs at TravelWithKat.com where she shares her passion for discovering new countries, cultures and cuisines.