Almond Milk Body Yogurt
For sensitive skinInstant absorptionVegan
Our Almond Milk Body Yogurt absorbs instantly into skin, for hydration top-to-toe. Yep, no waiting around here. Jump straight into those jeans with skin that feels hydrated and smooth.
You’re busy. We get it. That’s why The Body Shop’s Almond Milk Body Yogurt is formulated to absorb instantly and provide up to 48 hours of moisture, saving you precious time so you can get on with your day. The world won’t save itself, right?
This lightweight gel-cream is enriched with sweet almond oil and Community Fair Trade organic almond milk from Spain. Sticky? Never. Just luxuriously creamy leaving your skin with a healthy-looking glow and smelling like sweet, nutty almonds.
And if you like the sound of this then let us introduce you to The Body Shop’s Body Yogurt range. Each of The Body Shop’s yogurts is enriched with nature-inspired ingredients, each one melts in for 48 hours of hydrating bliss.
- A lightweight cream that absorbs in a flash
- 48hrs of moisture
- Skin feels hydrated, softer and looks more radiant
- Enriched with Community Fair Trade organic almond milk from Spain
- Jump out of the shower and smooth it onto damp skin
Community Fair Trade organic almond milk and oil
Nutty goodness your skin loves
We love almond milk and oil for their hydrating, skin-loving properties and rich vitamin E content. We’ve teamed up with Mañán in Spain (the ‘Almond Experts’, no less) to produce the Community Fair Trade almond milk and oil in our products.
Mañán are based in Alicante. They work with a cooperative of local, small-scale farmers and set a market price, which helps offer a bit of stability for local farmers.
Mañán use sustainable farming methods to grow their organic almonds. They respect the local environment (including working with the area’s water shortages), and their farms are a haven for bees. Almond plantations are natural fire barriers, which helps protect natural habitats from forest fires. Pretty amazing, right?
Our organic almond oil is made from broken nuts that aren’t usually sold for food, and unwanted almond husks are turned into compost to help minimise waste. It’s one way we make sure we’re taking care of the planet.