Empowering women across all communities; The Body Shop celebrates International Women’s Day
Since 1976, The Body Shop has championed equality guided by principles of women empowerment. Founder of The Body Shop, Dame Anita Roddick, has always wholeheartedly believed in building a fairer and more beautiful world where every woman is celebrated for her fearless vision and unstoppable spirit.
As a result, the activist brand has a long history of being a force for good in beauty by uplifting communities across the world. As the world moves towards leaders that believe in radical change and building a sustainable tomorrow, Dame Anita Roddick’s words serve as a reminder that “No company can afford to waste valuable brain power simply because it’s wearing a bra.”
So this year, in staying true to the brand’s legacy and heritage, The Body Shop Sri Lanka asks each woman to take a pledge to live fearlessly – as a symbol of confidence and self-love.
The Body Shop Sri Lanka celebrates International Women’s Day with carefully crafted special-edition gift packs featuring favourites from its skin, hair, bath & body, makeup, and fragrance ranges. These hampers can be customized online, or at The Body Shop stores on Bagatale Road, Odel in Alexandra Place, Kandy City Centre, and Colombo City Centre.