Last Sunday I was very kindly invited along to The Body Shop At Home Bloggers’ Event arranged by Talented Talkers. I spent the afternoon with some amazing fellow bloggers, we were treated to afternoon tea while learning about The Body Shop at Home and their products as well as some incredibly useful photography tips from Dreghorn Photography
Do you know about The Body Shop at Home? I wasn’t aware of it but it’s been going for absolutely ages. I suppose it’s similar to Avon or Ann Summers, you can become a consultant or host parties at home. It seems like a very flexible way of earning an income if, for whatever reason, you can’t do a normal 9-5. Also, it let’s people try out Body Shop products from the comfort of their homes. You can find out more here.
As well as covering this Claire from The Body Shop gave us an overview of the ranges available from The Body Shop. The Body Shop are currently changing all their packaging over to a more classic apothecary style design which I absolutely love. If you haven’t used The Body Shop for a while I really recommend you revisit them. They have some absolutely amazing ranges- old and new- to rival some of the more expensive skincare brands.
Currently I’m loving the Vitamin C range, which is a longstanding favourite of mine and I think I’m going to do a post about this soon. Also the newer Oils of Life and Drops of Youth ranges are excellent if your skin is needing a bit more TLC or is showing the first signs of ageing. The great thing about The Body Shop is that it has something for everyone and for most budgets. So well worth a look.
Finally was the incredibly useful Stuart from Dreghorn Photography. He gave a mini-masterclass in blog photography. I’ll be forever grateful to him for introducing me to macro lenses (I’m going to do a post soon about the Polaroid ones I’m currently using). Do check his blog out for classes etc here
Did you know about The Body Shop At Home?
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