Get your summer on with The Body Shop's delicious new collections
If you like piña coladas
Summer has just been ramped up a notch, and sipping piña coladas by the beach doesn't have to be a dream. Prepare for happy hour by slathering yourself with The Body Shop's newest special edition tropical body range, Pinita Colada, a tropicana-like mix of the Caribbean served right up to you, complete with coconut kisses and a zing of pineapple.
The Pinita Colada Body Care range comprises of the Exfoliating Cream Body Scrub, Body Butter, Body Wash and Body Sorbet to take you on a sensory trip to Malibu and back. The entire range is also fortified with the Community Trade Soya Bean Oil from Capanema, Brazil, rich in essential fatty acids that will nourish dry and mature skin. The perfect summer concoction also contains coconuts hailing from the Antilles region of the Caribbean and juicy pineapples from the Santo-Domingo area.
But if you prefer a more heady floral scent for summer, the Polynesian Island Tiaré Eau de Toilette will transport you right to the shores to bask in the sand, sun and surf. The scent is a blend of handpicked exotic Polynesian Tiaré blossoms, frangipani blossoms and ylang-ylang, spiced up with a dash of juicy orange and warmed with a sensuous blend of creamy coconut and vanilla. The result? A sensuous, earthy mix of sweet and sexy notes. Complete your island loving experience with a top to toe indulgence: try the Fragrance Mist, Shower Gel, Body Lotion and Body Cream to prep your body for the sun soak you will receive! An essential ingredient in this heavenly cocktail is Community Trade Sugar Cane from Sao Paolo, Brazil, that has been refined to allow for extraction of organic alcohol, literally bringing you sunshine in a bottle.
From $12.90 to $36.90. From 9 June at The Body Shop stores
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