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The Body Shop launches new vitamin E products in Bangladesh

The Body Shop, a British-based ethical cosmetics company trusted by millions around the world, has recently developed a new line of vitamin E products for customers in Bangladesh. Following the brand’s invitation to its fans to “dive into a whole new world of hydration!” “, the latest additions to their product line make daily hydration much easier.

Mother nature should definitely know better when it comes to knowing what is best. In line with this concept, The Body Shop has chosen to include hyaluronic acid and natural antioxidant-rich raspberry extracts in its line of vitamin E products.

The five new products – Vitamin E Gel Moisture Cream, Vitamin E Moisture Cream, Vitamin E Intense Moisture Cream, Vitamin E Nourishing Night Cream and Vitamin E Gel Mist – have been designed with an “almost magical combination of ingredients” to deliver an effect super refreshing. hydration for all skin types.

The Body Shop Vitamin E collection starts at 1150 Tk. The products are already available at the brand’s two flagship outlets in the capital, Jamuna Future Park and Bashundhara City Shopping Complex. Skin care, bath and body, cosmetics, hair, fragrances, gifts and accessories are all available in stores.

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Bata’s Sneaker Fest 2022

Sneakers have become the latest fashion statement for trend setters! Due to their comfort, shoes have become an integral part of our daily lives.

Bata kicked off this year’s Sneaker Fest 2022 with the theme “New Styles for Cool Comfort” in response to the popularity and demand for Gen Z footwear.

Farhan Ahmed Jovan and Safa Kabir are the ambassadors for this year’s sneaker event. Bata also included ten new young micro-influencers in the “Sneaker Fest 2022” campaign to promote the new sneaker collection through their social media posts.

On January 7, Bata also held an indoor performance titled “Bata Rockway with Dhaka Broadcast” at the National Liberation War Museum. It was the first indie event of the year, showcasing a new generation of popular and upcoming Bangladeshi indie bands.

Another element of the campaign was “Bata Live Hours”, which was a live shopping event on the brand’s Facebook and YouTube pages where fans could buy their favorite sneakers at attractive fixed prices and win prizes in participating in a live quiz contest.