The onset of festive season sets in place an atmosphere bustling with joy, togetherness, lights and of course, gifts. It is undoubtedly the most anticipated season on the Indian calendar. At The Body Shop, we have a range of exquisite products that are carefully formulated to spread goodness amongst your family and friends. Replace or compliment your sweet boxes and dry fruit baskets with a thoughtfully designed gift hamper from The Body Shop.

Our assortment of gift hampers are not only pleasing to the eye but nourishing for the body. At The Body Shop, our ingredients have travelled across the world in order to bring to you a range of products that are an experience in themselves. Whether you wish to select from our pre-made gifts or Create Your Own Gift, it will carry with itself a personal touch that is bound to make your presence felt and a reminder of the appreciation you have for your loved ones. In this testing time of the pandemic where we are have to avoid physical gatherings, we can always make our presence felt with a thoughtful gift that will delight our friends and family.

To ring in the festive season with a difference for women waste pickers, The Body Shop India partners with Plastics for Change (PFC) India Foundation. With Project N.A.R.I. (Nutrition – Ability – Retraining – Inclusion), The Body Shop acts true to its community roots and activist heritage through its support for female empowerment and sustainability, with its focus on India’s invisible frontline Covid19 warriors – female waste pickers. The Body Shop has set up Project N.A.R.I. fund raising to support these female waste pickers and set up Project N.A.R.I donations across all its stores and online in order to allow for voluntary consumer donations of INR 20 from its customers. For every customer donation, the Body Shop will donate an equivalent amount for this cause. Through this, The Body Shop aims to create awareness and raise upto INR 5 Million over the next 6 months towards Nutrition, Ability, Retraining and Inclusion needs of female waste pickers.

Ms. Shriti Malhotra, CEO, The Body Shop India, while talking about the project says, “The Body Shop remains deeply committed to the vision of our founder Anita Roddick that business can be a force for good. Through project N.A.R.I, we continue to work with spirit of activism and need to create awareness, raise funds to benefit local communities. While we have a Global partnership with Plastics for Change, we are also working to create real impact for our female waste-pickers in India who are facing an unprecedented threat to their lives and livelihoods due to Covid19. This year, as we are all hit by the severity of COVID19 pandemic, we realise how much we owe to these Frontline Warriors in keeping us safe at great risk to themselves. As we approach this festive season, we want to make a real difference to this community and celebrate the essential nature of the work they do to keep us all safe and healthy. With the support of our consumers, we look forward to effecting real change to benefit their lives as we fulfill the ambitions of this project.”

The Body Shop well appreciates the concerns of hygiene and safety and believes in safeguarding & providing utmost security to their staff as well as customers alike. Thus, keeping all the preventive measures in mind The Body Shop had introduced YOUR SAFE SPACE Campaign in the month of June to ensure that the customers and store staff are all aware of the comprehensive and stringent safety measures that have been implemented at every touchpoint by the brand.

With The Body Shop, deliver to your dear onesa feel-good factor that is sure to lift your and their spirits a little higher this festival season.

Price Range:Gift range starts from INR 695 onwards

Available at and across all outlets pan India

City Today News



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