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Deliciously Calorie Free Valentines Gifts from The Body Shop
By: PR Newswire
Feb. 13, 2013 02:01 AM
LONDON, February 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The Valentine's rush is upon us and it's time to start thinking about how to spoil your special someone with a Valentine's gift to remember this year. But finding the perfect present doesn't need to be a chore.
If your partner is demanding something that lasts longer than a dozen roses and that is friendlier to the waistline than a box of chocolates, don't despair. The Body Shop offer a range of tantalizing beauty treats to please and pamper even the most picky of partners, and it's more affordable than a diamond ring too!
Show your softer side with this gorgeous heart shower, scrub and soften gift set from The Body Shop. Scented with delicious strawberry, this fruity gift will melt hearts and make shower time a real treat. For extra relaxation, the Strawberry Bath & Body range also includes Body Butter, Body Polish, Bath & Shower Gel and Born Lippy Lip Balm for the ultimate kissable pout. If your other half's desperately trying to watch the calories this spring, then opt for the same set in Chocomania scent for all the delicious chocolatey enjoyment, without any of the guilt.
Chocomania & Nut Lip Trio Gift (RRP £12)
Make this Valentine's a deliciously kissable affair with a trio of lip butters in an adorable heart shaped tin that can be kept and used as a trinket box to remind your partner how much you care. The set includes Coconut, Shea and Chocomania Lip Butters for the ultimate gift for an amour. Go on and give your heart away this Valentine's!
Born Lippy Lip Trio Gift (RRP £6)
For all those Valentines who like to hit the town once in a while, this trio of fruity Lip balms includes fresh Strawberry, Raspberry and Passionberry, each with a luxurious sheer colour and a high gloss finish. It'll be love at first sight. Alternatively, feel free to stay in and show off your new look in the privacy of your own home!
Strawberry Cupcake Gift (RRP £5)
Melt your partner's heart with this cute cupcake design gift box containing mini fruity treats in a luscious strawberry scent. The set contains shower gel, two bath puffs and an adorable heart shaped mini soap for a lasting token of affection. Guaranteed to bring a smile to your sweet heart's face, this set is also available in delicious Chocomania.
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 wonderful 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'.
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