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  • The Body Shop launches Fuji Green Tea range
  • The Body Shop launches Fuji Green Tea range
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The Body Shop launches Fuji Green Tea range

Japanese women are often described as having porcelain-like skin and native beauty rituals that incorporate tea are increasingly becoming favoured in the west. With green tea long having been touted as an upmarket skin care product, it was about time that it was offered on the high street

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