The Body Shop Expands in Bengaluru & Lucknow
The original, natural and ethical beauty brand The Body Shop continues
October 08, 2010 | comments ( 0 ) |
The original, natural and ethical beauty brand The Body Shop continues expansion in Bengaluru with new stores at Forum Mall & 100 Feet, Indira nagar and its second store in Lucknow at Phoenix United Mall.
The latest The Body Shop stores in India have a wide range of products across Skin Care, Bath & Body, Make Up, Hair, Fragrance, Means, Gifts, Accessories and many more.
The Body Shop stores also provide several specialist services like free make-up tips and make-up application from internationally trained make-up artist. Customers can also seek a quick skin care consultation by filling up a questionnaire to find out their skin type, and receive a recommendation on the treatment range best suited for their skin’s needs.
With the launch of these new stores The Body Shop aims to expand its customer base in Bengaluru and offers world class Customer Loyalty program “Love Your Body”. Customers can now sign up for The Body Shop Loyalty Card at a nominal fee to enjoy fantastic member benefits, year round discounts, member’s special offers and many other privileges all through the year.
The new stores offer fabulous promotions, free Make up application, skincare and make up consultation and many exciting offers and services at the store.
Says Shriti Malhotra, General Manager, The Body Shop, India, “Bengaluru, ‘the Silicon Valley of India’ is the fastest growing metropolis in India so the city offers a vast opportunity for our brand to grow and expand. Our stores at Garuda mall, Matrix mall, Mantri mall & Bangalore Central have got great response from the customers here and the brand has been well accepted by people of the city. We continue to strive to serve the people of the city with the new stores, one at Form Mall in the upmarket suburb of Koramangla, fast becoming a key shopping hub in bangalore & the other one at 100 feet, Indira Nagar which is one of the main commercial centers in the city.
The Body Shop has also launched many more products at new lower prices by up to 35% which now makes the brand and its products affordable to many more consumers across the country.”
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