Christmas with The Body Shop

I had to dedicate a whole post to The Body Shop because well… how couldn’t I. The Body Shop have such an amazing range for all ages and skin types so your bound to find the perfect gift here, I have the Coconut Festive Picks set to share with you all today and let me tell you this is such great value for money. This Set Includes; Coconut Shower Cream 250ml, Coconut Body Butter 50ml, Coconut, Body Scrub 50ml, Coconut Soap 100g and a Cream Mini Bath Lily. 
I am a huge fan of the coconut fragrance so this set is perfect for me but if you are not a fan of that scent then have no fear they have this set in many other fragrances too, I am definitely putting Shea on my Christmas list it’s my absolute favourite Body Shop fragrance! For £17 you can’t really go wrong, it’s packaged beautifully and includes all you need to have the perfect pamper session. 
I thought I’d also mention The Body Shop doesn’t stop there when it comes to buying the perfect Christmas gift, they also have a huge range of gifts £6 and under which would be perfect for stocking fillers I love the Strawberry Treats set perfect for that someone who loves to smell sweet and delicious. They also have gifts from £30 and over if your looking to get something a little more extravagant, I particularly love The Complete Collection set which includes everything from body scrubs to home fragrance oils and foot sprays! Seriously it has it all. 
THIS GIFT SENDS A CHILD TO A CLASS This holiday season, The Body Shop is teaming up with War Child, the global charity for children affected by war, to grant children the wish of education. Every specially selected gift you buy, no matter how big or small, will enable a child in a country affected by war to attend a class

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