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.
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?
Welcome to the next instalment of the #beautyinsider Q&As, where you can read about how beauty experts got into their field of work. This month’s guest is Anna Brightman, Co-Founder of zero waste skincare brand UpCircle, offering vegan and cruelty-free products made with upcycled ingredients.
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.