Enrich Not Exploit (it's in our hands)

Our story started with Anita Roddick's belief in something revolutionary; that business could be a force for good, and in 1976 The Body Shop® was born. We've always done things differently, broken the mould, been bold, been brave.

Today, our commitment is stronger than ever; to enrich, not exploit.

For us, this means enriching people, as well as our planet, its biodiversity and resources. We are committed to working fairly with our farmers and suppliers and helping communities to thrive. Our products enrich, but never make false promises and are never tested on animals.

We are proud to be original, irreverent and campaign for what’s right; together we can do it.

Enrich Not Exploit™. It’s in our hands.

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HELP US
MAKE CHANGE HAPPEN

1 Limited Edition = 1 $3.00 Donation for Change

Then vote for a cause that’s closest to your heart and help enrich the planet, its people, resources and biodiversity.

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Our Planet

Defending our plant life and planet against the actions of humans

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Our People
& Animals

From saving endangered species to protecting human rights

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Our Oceans

Protectingour seas and marine life for everyone, everywhere

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1 LIMITED EDITION HEMP HAND PROTECTOR = 1 $3.00 DONATION FOR CHANGE

“is ben eine the new banksy?”

— London Evening Standard
street artist with a cause

Our cruelty-free Hemp Hand Protector, one of our best-selling hand creams, has received a bold NEW limited edition packaging re-design by one of the world’s most renowned street artists – EINE. Using EINE’s famous typography, our Hemp Hand Protector communicates the positive and powerful message of CHANGE.

“It makes me really proud to be able to use my art to spread positive messages around the world. When I can, I enjoy working with local people to involve everyone in the community in changing their environment.”
— EINE