The Body Shop Encourages Paying It Forward to Producer Communities This Christmas Season


The Body Shop has always been known to give back to society and this Christmas, it is no different for the skincare and bodycare brand.

As Christmas approaches, The Body Shop’s collective hope is for a fairer tomorrow. That’s why The Body Shop only uses products and packaging from its Community Fair Trade (CFT) partners in all of its holiday offerings. The Body Shop’s CFT programme provides assistance to its small-scale producers by facilitating their entry into the market and providing funding for community-based social and environmental improvement initiatives. That means your holiday shopping at The Body Shop will help communities all throughout the world.

From November to December 2022, The Body Shop Singapore will donate S$0.10 from each in-store and online purchase to Halogen Foundation Singapore, a nonprofit whose goal is to empower young people to create positive change in the world.

This year’s holiday gift sets lineup offers a wide variety of eco-friendly presents, such as those made from recycled materials, those with reusable packaging and components, and those that reduce waste at every stage.

Advent Calendars

These advent calendars are full of delicious holiday treats and have been made with care using ingredients from around the world. See whether there are any treats in store for you or someone you care about.

The Body Shop Box Of Wishes & Wonders Ultimate Advent Calendar, $259.

The Body Shop Box Of Wonders Big Advent Calendar, $179.

Boxes Of Wishes Advent Calendar from the Body Shop, $109.

Limited edition seasonal gift sets

The Body Shop Oranges & Stockings Spiced Orange Mini Gift, $16.

This Body Shop Spiced Orange Body Yogurt, $24.

The Body Shop Wild Pine Body Scrub, $33.

Wild Pine Bath Bomb from the Body Shop, $10.

Enjoy these wonder-filled gift items for every beautiful body from The Body Shop.


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Marky is a travel writer and photographer. He narrates his experiences wandering the tropical paradise of the Philippines, South East Asia, Sri Lanka and India on his travel blog Nomadic Experiences.

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