Organic Monitor has just announced the finalists of the 2016 Sustainable Beauty Awards. (

The jury has selected four finalists per award category (listed in alphabetical order)…

Sustainability Pioneer Finalists: Éminence Organic Skin Care, Givaudan, Human Nature (Gandang Kalikasan), Weleda

The sustainability pioneer award is given to an organisation in the beauty industry that is a leader / pioneer in some aspect of sustainability.

Sustainability Leadership Finalists: Boticario Group, Croda International, Esse Skincare, WeledaThis award is given to an organisation that is leading in various aspects of sustainability. The operator is displaying overall leadership in sustainability and not mastering a few areas.

Sustainable Packaging Finalists: Boticario Group, Humble Products, Pierre Cattier, Speick NaturkosmetikThis award is given to a new packaging format that has low environmental footprint in terms of design and / or materials.

Sustainable Ingredient Finalists: Croda International with Majestem™, IBR Ltd with IBR-CalmDeAge 1201, L’Oréal Group with Quinoa Husk, TRI-K Industries with Baobab Tein NPNF

This award is given to a cosmetic ingredient that makes a significant difference in terms of environmental and / or social footprint.

Green Formulations Finalists: Esse Probiotic Skincare, Urtekram Coconut range, Synthesis Organics, Weleda Evening Primrose range

This award is given to a cosmetic range with a high level of green (natural / organic) ingredients in product formulations.

The winner and runner-up in each awards category will be announced at a dedicated Sustainable Beauty Awards ceremony in Parison 24th October. The reception will take place at the Paris Marriott Champs Elysées hotel, hosted alongside the European edition of the Sustainable Cosmetics Summit ( Media passes are available for the awards ceremony.

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Jim Manson

Jim Manson is Editor-In-Chief of Diversified Communication UK's natural and organic publishing portfolio. He’s written widely on environment and development issues for specialist magazines and national media, including the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Times, Time Out and World Bank Urban Age.

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