From vegan beauty treats to blissful body care, stocking-sized surprises to more indulgent premium gifts, The Body Shop has gifts to delight everyone on your list – and every budget. And the gifts don’t just spread wonder to those who receive them, but those who helped make them too.
This New Year, The Body Shop is wishing for a fairer future for all. That’s why every one of its gifts is enriched with ingredients and/ or packaging from its Community Fair Trade partners. Community Fair Trade is The Body Shop’s bespoke program that helps its small-hold producers gain market access and invest in social and environmental projects that benefit their communities. So each time you buy a present, you’ll be supporting communities around the world.
It doesn’t stop at Community Fair Trade partners, either. This year, with every purchase you make at The Body Shop customers also supports Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation for its 3rd year and this time our goal is to build starter classrooms for the children of Salat High School, Cotabato. These are available at The Body Shop store of SM City Marilao and on its online store www.thebodyshop.com.ph . Shoppers may also check out the unique mall happenings and at SM Malls in San Jose Del Monte, Pulilan, and Baliwag.
About The Body Shop
The Body Shop was founded in1976 by Dame Anita Roddick in Little Hampton, England. The beauty brand pioneered corporate activism and was built on a philosophy that business can be a force for good. With its brand expression, Beauty with a Heart, the company continues to be focused on the five core values: Against Animal Testing, Support Community Fair Trade, Activate Self Esteem, Defend Human Rights, and Protect the Planet. All the products are created using the finest ingredients sourced from the four corners of the globe, which are not tested on animals and are 100% vegetarian. The Body Shop has been in the Philippines for 25 years with over 60 strategically located stores nationwide.
NEWSCORE is a weekly newspaper published and circulated in the province of Bulacan. It was founded in October 2006 by Carmela Reyes-Estrope, Philippine Daily Inquirer correspondent in Bulacan and had its maiden issue on October 10-16 that year. It is now running on its 11th year. The paper uses a bilingual medium. It carries all sorts of news stories mostly political, crime, environmental, social and economic issues including occasional sports event happening in the province's 21 towns and three cities.