Well 2022 has been a bumper year: for the fourth year running I’m on the judging panel for the Clean Beauty Awards, having reviewed not one but 4 categories. It’s now time to wrap it up with the final category: serums.
Every year September is marked by a celebration of all things organic. Soil Association’s Organic September is dedicated to raising awareness of the benefits organic farming can bring for our climate, nature and our health. So what does that mean for beauty?
As a judge for CertClean’s Clean Beauty Awards, I have for the first time the opportunity to review the natural haircare category, putting to the test liquid and solid shampoos, conditioners and a dry shampoo that won me over.
In the last 15 years I’ve seen first-hand how much the approach to beauty has changed for the better. Minimalist and sustainable beauty company JUNOCO’s #ToBeHuman inclusive campaign reflects our need for skin positivity, celebrating healthy skin in all its forms.
Natural fragrance is a category I’d been itching to judge ever since I started working with CertClean 5 years ago on their annual Clean Beauty Awards. How does a perfume achieve natural fragrance status? What makes it different to standard perfume?
It’s that time again: for the fourth year running I’m delighted to be a judge at the annual Clean Beauty Awards, organised by clean beauty certification body CertClean. As a judge for the suncare category I review six mineral products to get you in the mood for sunny days.