Wednesday, 8 March 2017

L’OCCITANE is introducing a limited-edition Violet-Scented Solidarity Balm ~ #InternationalWomensDay

In honor of International Women’s Day, L’OCCITANE is introducing a limited-edition Violet-Scented Solidarity Balm to help women’s entrepreneurship flourish across the globe. This precious shea butter ingredient has been used by women in West Africa for centuries to help nourish and protect their skin and hair. L'OCCITANE uses shea butter from Burkina Faso, harvested in a sustainable and fair trade partnership with these women who produce it. Today, L’OCCITANE has enlisted 17,000 women to help with the harvesting and success of their Shea Butter range.
In 2017, L’OCCITANE is expressing gratitude with a bright and bold design. The violet-scented Solidarity Balm is dressed in patterns inspired by wax fabrics to nourish the lips and pamper the body. With 98% fair trade shea butter and a powdery violet scent, L’OCCITANE Shea Butter has over 50 uses.


L’OCCITANE is introducing a limited-edition Violet-Scented Solidarity Balm


The new Solidarity Balm ($6) from L’OCCITANE supports the UN Women Fund for Gender Equality with 100% of profits donated towards women’s leadership.

Available February 15, 2017 at L’OCCITANE boutiques nationwide and online at loccitane.ca


*Disclosure - The product in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

9 comments:

  1. Wow, Shea Butter has over 50 uses, that's incredible. I've so far still to try Shea Butter but I have heard and read lots of good things about it. :-)

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  2. This limited edition sounds awesome and I like that the profits are going towards something great!!, I was amazed to read about the 50 uses, wow!!

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  3. Sounds like a wonderful product for a wonderful occasion.

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  4. My gf is going out to get this very soon.

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  5. Love that they use fair trade ingredients.
    Florence C

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  6. I like the scent of violet. I should see if it is still in-store.

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  7. I like this idea, and that it's a classic scent that most people can wear.

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  8. This is a great way to honour International Women’s Day. I'm glad that it's FairTrade and supports women's entrepreneurship.

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  9. This sounds lovely and unique too...

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