The Body Shop Has Revealed The New Divine Calm Range. The Range Is Part Of The Wellbeing Line, Which Has Been Devised To Help Address Modern Day Lifestyle Worries

The Body Shop, the world’s leading ethical cosmetics company, has recently unveiled new products designed to help you wind down and de-stress. Users of the new products can soothe the body and relieve tension with a massage and bathing regime based on the calming benefits of lavender essential oil and Community Trade camomile.

A key ingredient in the new Divine Calm range is pure French lavender essential oil. Herbalists have used lavender for centuries and with its vibrant colour and wonderful perfume it has a unique appeal and aromatherapists have long used it to help promote relaxation and ease stress.

Camomile also features heavily in the Divine Calm range from The Body Shop. The camomile used by The Body Shop is sourced through the unique Community Trade fair trade programme. The Body Shop sources camomile water and essential oil from a small co-operative of farmers based in Norfolk England, and the farming methods used by the cooperative helps protect the quality of the environment in the area, while trade with The Body Shop generates essential income.

The Divine Calm range includes Heavenly Shower Gel, Serenity Milk Bath Powder Sublime Body Lotion, Massage Oil and Essential Oil, which user trials showed were each highly effective at easing tension and relieving stress.

About The Body Shop:
The Body Shop International plc is the original ethical cosmetics company, now operating across more than 2,500 stores in over 60 markets worldwide. The Body Shop has constantly sought out wonderful natural ingredients from all four corners of the globe to bring you products bursting with effectiveness, to enhance your natural beauty. We strive to use our planet’s resources wisely, searching for outstanding natural materials and ingredients from across the globe to include in our range of products. We continue to lead the way, sourcing sustainable palm oil, introducing 100% recycled packaging, and raising funds and awareness to help prevent the spread of HIV/ AIDS, and continuing to support marginalized communities around the world through our Community Trade fair trade programme.

For over 30 years The Body Shop has believed that business has the power to make the right kind of difference to the world. Our unique philosophy continues to drive everything we do, allowing our customers around the world to become ‘activists’, simply by choosing from our range of products. As Dame Anita Roddick said: “Activism isn’t listed on The Body Shop labels as an ingredient, but it is there as surely as the bergamot and hemp oil”.

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Boots Aims To Reach The £4m Donation Mark For The Charity Breast Cancer CareBoots Aims To Reach The 4m Donation Mark For The Charity Breast Cancer Care

Boots has revealed that it hopes, with the help of its customers, to reach the £4m donation mark for the charity Breast Cancer Care, as this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins,.

Boots has supported Breast Cancer Care for the past eleven years, and during that time has raised almost £3.5m pounds for them. This year, Boots hopes to break the £4m pound barrier with the help of staff and customers.

Once again No7, the UK’s largest cosmetic brand, is selling some beautiful products with a donation to Breast Cancer Care. This year, No7 has created two exclusive limited edition Breast Cancer Care products, with 20% of the purchase price being donated to the charity for every one sold.

The No7 Breast Cancer Care All-Over face Powder is embossed with a pink Breast Cancer care ribbon in the center of the shimmery compact which helps skin look fresh during the winter months. Followers of this season’s trend for natural looking lips can also support a worthy cause with the No7 Breast Cancer Care Lip Gloss.

There are also other ‘pink ribbon products’ available to buy, from a kabuki brush with its own pink pouch through to pink ribbon nail files, a key charm and a compact mirror. Stores will also be selling pink ribbon key rings and pin badges featuring the new Breast Cancer Care ribbon design. In addition, No7 teams around the country will join in the fun with some innovative fund-raising ideas.

Breast cancer is now the most common cancer in the UK, with almost 46,000 people diagnosed every year. Breast Cancer Care is there for anyone affected by breast cancer. They bring people together, provide information and support, and campaign for improved standards of care. They use their understanding of people’s experience of breast cancer and their professional expertise in everything they do.

Boots is the UK’s leading health and beauty retailer and is considered one of the most trusted brands in the UK (Customer Trust Index January 2007). Each year Boots supports a variety of charities, including The Eve Appeal, BBC Children in Need and Breast Cancer Care. In 2007 Boots raised approximately £2.4million for their chosen charities.

Boots would like to thank all of its customers for its support of the campaign over the past eleven years – this fantastic figure could not have been raised without their help.

About Boots
Boots is the UK’s leading retailer of health and beauty products, including make up, as well as health information.

Boots Pharmacy Superintendent is responsible for healthcare advice provided in relation to Pharmacy medicines and other healthcare advice located within the Boots Pharmacy pages of is the trading name of Direct Limited (VAT no. 116 3001 29) an Alliance Boots company. All other information and advice on is the responsibility of Direct Limited.

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