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The 2020 Global Green Beauty Awards winners have been announced. Celebrating the best in Green & Clean beauty, the awards looks at the best beauty products from brands making an active effort to make their beauty products more eco friendly.
There are a number of categories recognising the best of Natural, Organic, Vegan, Sustainable, Plastic Free and Ethical products. From skincare, to cosmetics, from hair care to body care, you can now see which products are excellent and green and clean at the same time!
With over 300 entries, it was a competitive year for the 2020 Global Green Beauty Awards. Read the winners in the list below, or read more about them in the e-magazine Global Makeup Magazine.
Winners list for the 2020 Global Green Beauty Awards.
Best ethical beauty product
Gold - Dr.PAWPAW Scrub and Nourish
Gold - Deardot Yuja Cleansing Seal
Silver - EK Sunscreens Kawakawa & Tamanu Certified Natural Sun Protection
Bronze - Lavera Hydro Sensation Cream Gel
Are you looking for the best serum? Here's our thoughts on some of the top brands out there right now.
It’s hard to get through daily life without it leaving its mark. We’ve been looking at some fabulous products called 'brightening serums' which are available which all help counter these effects whether caused by slight physical scars or skin conditions caused by nature, nurture or pollution. They all have a brightening effect on the skin. With varying price points our team have been looking at some of the varying natural ingredients being used ranging from the cucumber plant to rosehips.
PAI ROSEHIP BIO REGENERATE OIL
This product is for all skin types is made in London Founded by Sarah Brown some thirteen years ago Pai steer clear of using common irritants preservatives and man made ingredients. Not tested on Animals. The company has certification from The Soil Association and accreditation from the Vegan Society. Rich in Omegas to help skin regeneration Pai’s Rosehip BioRegenerate Facial Oil offers help for all skin types including Acne, Eczema and Rosacea prone skin. This product uses Andean Rosehip oil. It has a RRP of £24.00
From the New Zealand Company Living Nature we next present LIVING NATURE ACTIVE BRIGHTENING SERUM with Hyaluronic acid Again this is a brightening treatment with active Atlantic Kelp and tropical Pracaxi fruit seed to minimise skin pigmentation and even out skin tone. Hyaluronic Acid boosts collagen and Rosehip oil boosts skin regeneration Harakeke Flax Gel helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Unlike other similar products which are mainly clear serums Living Nature Active Brightening Serum is a creamy liquid It absorbs easily and is best used along with Living Nature moisturiser. This product is £32 and currently available in the UK if you purchase from their stockist Naturisimo.
Back to London based companies HOUSE OF LIFE LONDON presents No 7 INTENSE RADIANCE BOOST. This is aimed at targeting age defying skin problems. The oil is hand crafted from the purest ingredients including parsley, lemon and potato. With its Neroli infused essential oil blend acting as a mood enhancer both body and soul are being treated. A terrific skin correction product. It has a RRP of £47.
THE ORGANIC PHARMACY, another firm favourite of ours offers THE ORGANIC PHARMACY STABILISED VITAMIN C SERUM a boost to firmness and collagen and to improve texture and brighten even skin tone Ingredients are 91% organic. Vitamin C has been shown to reverse multiple signs of ageing whilst boosting collagen and skin elasticity suitable for vegans Also great for the decolette. The main ingredient is Virginiana flower water from organic farms The Organic Pharmacy never fails to deliver. RRP £45.00
SCIENCE OF SKIN
And last but not least Science of Skin Rescue No 1 Douglas Mc George a leading UK cosmetic surgeon along with Ardeshir Bayat , an acclaimed academic skin biologist have joined ranks to produce a series of products all aimed at helping specific skin repair. Science Of Skin No 1 Is just one of these natural, cruelty free and vegan products developed to encourage treatment for scarring
2020 Green Global Beauty Awards - and an update on our team and industry
Hi there everybody! This is Dan with another blog from Italy lockdown!
In a minute I want to tell you some exciting news about the imminent launch of the 2020 Green
Global Beauty Awards but first here’s a little update from life in lockdown in the Brescia region of
Italy, one of the areas hit hardest by coronavirus.
Strangely, after over three weeks I feel like I’m getting used to this staying at home malarkey. It’s
definitely a sad time for all of us in Italy and tragic that so many people are losing loved ones.
However, it’s important for us to all stay fit, healthy and, most of all, positive during these
challenging and uncertain times. Some positives which I have taken are:
Doing online fitness classes with my old outdoor fitness gang from London. We used to train
together in the park at 6:30am three times a week, rain or shine. In fact, I remember once after
training through a huge downpour, that the local rugby coach furiously called all his players from the
park to demand why they couldn’t turn up to their training session while we all could! Anyway,
we’ve been training together online and its been great to see friends who I haven’t seen for four
Online Poker – A little less healthy but last night I had so much fun playing with my old school friends
online. We even did it in fancy dress. I’m kind of enjoying experimenting with the freedom lockdown
fashion gives. Anything goes!
Acting – Haha! A close friend and I are also practicing our (extremely) amateur acting skills through
facetime. We’re currently trying to work out what the heck is going on in Waiting for Godot.
Music – Well, I always have time for music but I’m enjoying learning new songs on the ukulele and
trying some beginner flamenco guitar techniques.
Another reported consequence from lockdown has been greatly reduced pollution and reduced
human impact on nature. Sadly, Brescia is one of the most polluted cities in Europe. I’m lucky to live
outside of the city and near the beautiful Lake Garda but the traffic can still get extremely bad here,
especially during the summer with a high volume of tourists and very few alternate route to get
between the towns on the lake.
The environment has been on everybody’s mind for quite a few years, but Greta’s recent campaign
has brought it even more to the forefront. Such a huge achievement!
We’ve already seen a lot of our previous award winners have business models which promote green
practices and this April we will launch the 2020 Green Global Beauty Awards. Entries open April 1 st
and these awards are obviously exclusively for green/clean brands. The Global Green Beauty Awards comes under the umbrella of the Global Makeup Awards for those brands who want to reflect their greener cleaner side with an awards specifically dedicated at their efforts.
With attitudes changing and people wishing to have a more eco conscious beauty regime, we couldn't think of a better way to recognize industry experts than with the 2020 Global Green Beauty Awards. Brands are welcome to enter both the Green Awards and the Global Makeup Awards.
There will also be categories for organic products, reflecting the demand from customers to use
more ethical skincare products on their skin. These awards are open to brands across the globe!
Don’t hesitate to enter if your brand strives to create ethical and environmentally friendly products!
That’s all for now folks but I’ll update you again soon! Until then, stay safe!
Danny's updates on the beauty awards
Read more about the great brands who win the Global Makeup Awards and Global Green Beauty Awards. Mostly written by Dan in Lake Garda, Italy!
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