Nutriganics by The Body Shop: Fight the Signs of Ageing Organically




Specifically designed to address the first signs of ageing, the Nutriganics range by The Body Shop offers a full skin care regime – cleansers, toner, moisturisers and a deep cleansing mask – harnessing the revitalising power of organic ingredients to visibly improve your skin.
The Body Shop has included organic ingredients within their products for many years. However, Nutriganics products are part of the first organic range certified by ECOCERT, an international organisation that promotes environmentally and socially responsible activities.

Over 95% of all the ingredients used in the Nutriganics range are of natural origin. They also come from Fair Trade partners with packaging featuring postconsumer recycled and materials created from Forest Stewardship Council forests to ensure the protection of wildlife habitats and local communities.

Nutriganics products contain Community Fair Trade organic babassu oil from Brazil and Community Fair Trade organic aloe vera from Guatemala. They contain organic mallow flower and protective organic buddleja thyme from Switzerland, known for their antioxidant properties.

 “While it can take many months and years of dedication and commitment to the cause, The Body Shop has proved that naturally derived, ethically sourced and high performance products are not mutually exclusive, and it continues to lead the way with its latest innovative skincare collections that address the signs of ageing,” said Brett Lilley, business manager at The Body Shop.


He added: “The collection carries the ECOCERT stamp meaning that over 95% of all ingredients used in the products are of natural origin, with high levels of organic ingredients; and this certified organic alternative to anti-ageing potions offer firmer, healthier and softer looking skin.”

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