ishga, Beauty Kitchen and Beatitude continue to lead the way in clean beauty in Scotland after being named as finalists in this year’s 8th annual Beauty Shortlist Awards and first ever Beauty Shortlist Wellbeing Awards.
The three Scottish brands were in the running alongside top winners OSKIA, Madara, Weleda, Neal’s Yard Remedies, Ayuna, BetterYou, Bach Flower Remedies, Tisserand, REN, Evolve Organic Beauty, Omorovicza, Green People, Sukin and iSun.
Neal’s Yard Remedies was crowned Best Natural/Organic Brand UK and also picked up Best Zero Waste Beauty Product for its Wild Rose Balm, while Evolve Organic Beauty won Best Vegan Skincare Brand – UK, and REN Skincare, which has pledged to go “zero waste” by 2021, was honoured in the Best Night Balm category.
New health awards categories include Best Natural Health Brand (Weleda), Best CBD Product (HempTouch 5% full spectrum CBD Oil), Best Ayurveda Supplement (Samaya Ayurveda), Best Eco All-Purpose Cleaner (Sodasan), Best Detox Tea (Dr Jackson’s), Best Supplement for Cognitive Health (Neurella), Best Sleep Product (Therapie Roques-O’Neil) and Best Aromatherapy Product (Tisserand).
The Australian judging panel included cosmetics brand founder Holly Spierings, The Spot Beauty (Instagram) and beauty insider Sophie Hansen. Top Australian brand winners include Sukin Skincare, Hemp Foods Australia, Australian Bush Flower Essences, Eye of Horus, Sativa Hemp Skincare, Ocinium, Ena, Mokosh and Quite Frankly.
For the complete list of winners, click here.
About The Beauty Shortlist & Wellbeing Awards
Founded by beauty journalist Fiona Klonarides (voted no. 4, Top 25 Who’s Who in the Natural Beauty industry UK 2018), The Beauty Shortlist has consistently championed clean beauty since 2009 and celebrates its 10th year this summer. This year’s 8th annual beauty awards and first ever Wellbeing Awards received a record number of entries. Both awards are global.
100% independent and sponsor and ad-free, all entries are judged by a panel of industry experts in the UK, Australia and USA over a period of six months.