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See You Saturday at Yves Rocher

Posted in Beauty
by Emma Elwin on 8 June, 2017

Come hang out with me this weekend!

On Saturday (June 10), I’ll spend my day at the new Yves Rocher store in Täby Centrum. The first 15 who shop will get a super luxurious goodie bag and great offers—especially on the natural products I’ve singled out as my favorites.

Yves Rocher has been on the natural beauty market for a long time. A majority of the brand’s products are conceived directly from plants, and the aim is to use the most powerful active ingredients of botanicals to offer high-quality products for all skin types while preserving the environment.

The brand acts locally since the late ‘50s, and most of their products are still manufactured in its own organically-grown fields in the village of La Gacilly in Brittany, France. Yves Rocher was also an early-committer to the using of packaging made from sustainable or renewable resources, or materials that are easily recyclable.

I’m looking forward to a Saturday of learning more about the brand and it’s progress in the field of sustainability.

Hope to see you Saturday 12AM – 15PM in Täby Centrum!

PROMOTION. This post is presented in collaboration with Yves Rocher.


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