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The Body Shop’s pumpkin spice range is back – and this time it’s staying
Give us all the pumpkin goodness (Picture: The Body Shop)

Is there anything more gloriously basic than indulging in all things pumpkin spice at the first turning of the leaves?

Give us all the lattes, fuzzy jumpers, auburn lipsticks, and The Body Shop’s coveted vanilla pumpkin range.

If only these things could last year round, as so many of us have a soft spot for all things autumnal.

Well, The Body Shop have decided to let the Halloweeny vibes live on, no matter what month it is.

Each September, their popular limited edition launches and sells out quickly, but from today, you’ll be able to get your hands on some of it all year round.

This year, the collection includes new items that will stay on as permanent products, while the rest will remain an autumnal ritual.

So, why is this range so popular?

If you’ve yet to experience it, it is scented with sweet and comforting notes of pumpkin, hazelnut caramel, maple syrup and almond milk.

We all love the small of that warming PSL drink in your cup, imagine slathering that scent of that over your body – it’s no wonder it’s such a hit.

Priced from £5.50 to £18, there’s a hand cream, shower gel, bath bomb, body butter, lip balm and face mask.

It’s the latter two products that are entirely new for the brand, and will linger on once autumn is a distant memory.

The Instant Radiance In-Shower Mask has been designed for the time-poor among us, you only have to leave it on your skin for just five minutes while you shower.

Thanks to exfoliating particles in the formula, it’s a mask and scrub in one that works to reveal brighter skin due to fruit enzymes which gently slough away dead cells.

Pumpkin scented products are here to stay (Picture: The Body Shop)

As for the Lip Juicer, it’s a vegan balm that you won’t need to use fingers with – a must during cold and flu season.

Over on social media, people have been rejoicing that the range is back, some saying it’s ‘the best scent ever.’

With plenty of people excited, we expect the limited edition products won’t hang around for long, while the permanent ones are met with excitement.

As always, the body butter in the range is vegan and made with fair trade shea butter sourced from northern Ghana.


Credit: Original article published here.

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