The Body Shop Foundation has been helping grass roots’ charities since 1989, donating over £19 million, and its latest Moisturizing Dragon Fruit Lip Butter (only NZ$13·25) goes one better. You get deliciously zesty, super kissable lips and get to choose which charity you want to help!
Customers who buy the lip butter can choose one of three charities that the profits go to, thanks to the Foundation: Connected Media, which promotes sustainability through media and is focused towards helping to grow a generation of sustainability storytellers; Look Good Feel Better, a free service offered to women undergoing treatment for cancer, with make-up, skin care and a positive attitude, transforming the look and outlook of over 3,000 New Zealand women with cancer every year; or Project Jonah, which has been saving whales since 1974, providing emergency aid to stranded whales through rescue teams and trained volunteers.
The Body Shop has also launched the All-in-One BB cream, a masterpiece of make-up and skin care. The cream possesses a lightweight formula that provides 24-hour hydration and colour-adapts for a perfect match and a smooth, undetectable finish.
The secret is the innovative formula featuring pigment-filled capsules that burst when in contact with the skin, releasing the colour. With light, medium and dark skin tones, you’re sure to find an All-in-One BB cream that suits you. It’s priced at NZ$39.—Brea Pothan