More holiday videos. First up, an animation from Dolce & Gabbana for The One, then below the jump, The Body Shop’s gingerbread man does some baking.
The Body Shop's holiday video for 2013, about the new schools they'll help build with their Community Fair Trade partners around the world.
It’s Black Friday or Buy Nothing Day — take your pick. Whether you’re shopping or not, it never hurts to look, right? As we usually do, we’re kicking off this year’s string of holiday gift posts with a bunch o’ scented bath & body products. More to come over the next few weeks!
More holiday shopping ideas: check out EauMG’s 2013 Holiday Gift Guide for Natural Beauties.
From Escentric Molecules, Body Washes in the brand’s 01, 02 and 03 fragrances: “…the main ingredient is Energen. This in conjunction with the fragrance helps give the product an unprecedented four-in-one action; each wash is simultaneously energising, moisturising, cleansing and fragrancing.” At Barneys, $45 each for 200 ml…
As I mentioned when I reviewed White Musk Libertine back in 2011, The Body Shop is one of my favorite hunting-grounds for cheap thrill fragrances at the mall. L’Occitane has pretty much priced themselves out of the cheap thrills category altogether, and it’s been a long time since I liked anything at Bath & Body Works. Lush is always worth a stop assuming you can handle the olfactory overload, but my local store rarely has more than a fraction of their fragrance line.
The Body Shop is iffy, mind you. I don’t like everything they make. You don’t run to the Body Shop because of the high quality ingredients, much less the daring compositions — you won’t find anything like Lush’s The Voice of Reason at The Body Shop. But hey, if you do like something at The Body Shop, and you get there on one of their frequent sales days, you might just walk out with 30 ml of something for less than $10…