The Body Shop launches ‘Full Flowers’ range of fragrances in Sri Lanka in time for the Sinhala Tamil New Year

British ethical beauty brand The Body Shop has expanded its fragrance offerings in Sri Lanka by launching the ‘Full Flowers’ collection, its new unisex perfume line. Inspired by botanicals, the new line features four fragrances: ‘Full Rose’, ‘Full Iris’, ‘Full Ylang Ylang’, and ‘Full Orange Blossom’. 

This new unisex range is free from any chemicals and is inspired by the rich and multi-faceted scent of the whole flower. The collection is crafted by blending notes of soft petals, green leaves, woody stems, juicy fruits and sweet resin. Certified by The Vegan Society and made with 90% ingredients of natural origin, the scent of the ‘Full Flowers’ collection evolves and changes after application, revealing its myriad layers of fragrance.

The line of fragrances arrives just in time for the Sinhala Tamil New Year and make for a great vegan, gifting option for family members and friends who are appreciative of quality and responsible beauty products and look out for community fair trade gifts. Further, the Body Shop also has a vast collection of bath and body and skincare ranges well suited for the current weather conditions, allowing people to create and customize gift hampers for their loved ones.

The fragrances are sourced responsibly from flower extracts around the world: rose from Grasse, France, iris from the south of France, ylang ylang essential oil from Madagascar and orange blossom from Egypt. The Body Shop prides itself on sustainability and ethical production – the perfume bottles are made from recycled glass while the caps are made from naturally renewable wood and cork.

The Body Shop Sri Lanka’s new line of fragrances is available at The Body Shop flagship store on Bagatale Road, Odel in Alexandra Place, the Kandy City Centre, and at the Colombo City Centre in Colombo 02.

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