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Body Shop Announces It's Bringing Back Its Iconic Body Butters

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Body Shop Announces It's Bringing Back Its Iconic Body Butters

Cult beauty fans, listen up - The Body Shop is bringing back its iconic body butters, and this is great news!

The flavoursome body butters are back in stores from TODAY and we can't wait to get our hands on them.

Launched in 1992, the high street shop's body butters are a staple among fans for their luscious, buttery texture, the perfect companion to our dry skin.

The Body Shop's new Avocado and Shea Body Butters (Credit: The Body Shop)
The Body Shop's new Avocado and Shea Body Butters (Credit: The Body Shop)
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In fact, they were given the unique name when likened to actual butter by The Body Shop's founder Anita Roddick's daughter.

There are 13 new and improved body butters in the range, from the classic Shea and the original Mango flavour to the store's brand new Avocado flavour, and they've been certified as vegan too by The Vegan Society.

Classic Shea is described as "rich and nourishing" and is made with Community Fair Trade shea butter from Ghana, while Mango is the "perfect buddy for dry skin".

Enriched with Fair Trade mango seed oil, this one "delivers a ripe and juicy scent".

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Sounds good enough to eat!

The Avocado Body Butter has
The Avocado Body Butter has

Also joining the range for the first time is the new Avocado Body Butter.

Its description reads: "A fresh fragrance features top notes of apple, almond and green vegetables, a hearty hit of avocado and subtle hints of sandalwood, coconut milk and vanilla."

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Yummy!

The range began with the Mango Body Butter in 1992 (Credit: The Body Shop)
The range began with the Mango Body Butter in 1992 (Credit: The Body Shop)

Meanwhile, the heavenly Coconut Body Butter smells like "tropical sandy beaches and coconut lined shores", and the popular Olive has a "a gorgeous and delicate Mediterranean scent".

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And we love the cult fave Argan Body Butter, that is perfect for very dry skin.

If the Mango flavour isn't quite your style then the punchy Satsuma Body Butter is full of citrusy goodness, while the British Rose Body Butter "smells of a powerful, dewy English rose in full bloom".

Further delish flavours include Almond Milk, Moringa, Pink Grapefruit, Strawberry and Hemp.

The body butters are £16 each, and available online and in Body Shop stores across the UK and now.

Featured Image Credit: The Body Shop

Topics: Beauty, Beauty News, Style

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