British beauty brand marks 25 years in the Philippines

posted May 11, 2021 at 08:10 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
A British skincare and bath and body brand is marking its 25th year here in the Philippines with a monthlong sale and special offers. 

The Body Shop marks its 25th year here in the Philippines.
Since it first opened its doors on May 16, 1996 at SM Southmall, The Body Shop has been a favorite go-to for cruelty-free and nature-inspired products of many Filipinos. From one outlet, it now has over 60 standalone stores and is in 10 The SM Stores nationwide. 

To celebrate its 25th anniversary, The Body Shop Philippines launches special offers and promos for the entire month of May. 

The British brand’s first PH store opened on May 16, 1996 at SM Southmall. 
The Lip and Cheek Stain, which was first launched here in the country, will be sold for its old price of P395, while other beloved products from the Tea Tree range, Drops of Youth range, and White Musk fragrance collection will be offered at 25 percent off. There will also be weekly offers to watch out. 

Check out the products at The Body Shop stores or check-out anytime of the day at thebodyshop.com.ph. The products are also available via call and deliver service and on Shopee, Lazada, and ShopSM. 

The Drops of Youth range
In addition to bringing beauty that cares for communities and the environment, The Body Shop Philippines also participates in campaigns that promote change. With the support of its customers, help was extended to The Philippine Eagle Foundation in 2018, Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation in 2019, and to SM Foundation for the typhoon victims in 2020.

Topics: Body Shop Philippines , SM Stores , Lip and Cheek Stain
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