Free The Body Shop hand cream with Marie Claire’s 30th Birthday issue

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  • There are five scents, worth £5, to choose from (or collect them all!)

    With the cooler seasons upon us, there’s no surprise that our skin is going to start feeling dry and lacking in moisture. Thankfully, The Body Shop hand creams are here to help, providing hydration and silky smooth skin. In the birthday issue of Marie Claire, you can choose from five nourishing hand creams worth £5; strawberry, mango, pink grapefruit, coconut and satsuma meaning you can get super soft hands on-the-go with a hand cream that fits perfectly into your handbag.

    The great thing about The Body Shop hand creams is that they aren’t greasy and are light in texture, meaning you can use as much or as little as you like. They also help your cuticles, moisturising them into perfect condition. The Body Shop sources unique ingredients from across the globe to make their hand creams extra special. Strawberry uses cold-pressed strawberry seed oil, mango includes mango seed oil from India and coconut uses organics virgin coconut oil from Samoa, Polynesia.

    The products aren’t only good for your hands; they’re good for the community too. Each hand cream has ethically sourced shea ingredients from the Tungteiya Women’s Shea Butter Association in Ghana, which The Body Shop has worked with since 1994. The women are paid a fair price and a premium that they can invest into community projects.

    As it is our celebratory 30th birthday issue, we have a gift for you! The travel ready, on-the-go size (30ml) will get you through the start of Autumn and with five scents to choose from, pick that scent that helps you to forget your summer blues.


    Be sure to get your free hand cream with the October issue of Marie Claire before they disappear off the shelves! Plus, receive 25% off The Body Shop in-store and online.

    Words by Darcy Mead

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