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Finalists Selected for Sustainable Beauty Awards

October 3, 2013

Winners of inaugural contest unveiled Oct. 21 in Paris.

The finalists of the inaugural Sustainable Beauty Awards have been selected by organizer Organic Monitor.
 
There were more than100 award entries were received from beauty companies in Europe, North & Latin America, Asia, Australasia and Africa, according to Organic Monitor, which will unveil the winners on Oct. 21 in Paris.
 
Here are the finalists (in alphabetical order) in each category:
 
Sustainability Pioneer:
Apivita
L’Oreal USA –Garnier
Primavera Life
(The sustainability pioneer award is given to a cosmetic or ingredient firm that is a leader / pioneer in some aspect of sustainability.)
 
Sustainability Leadership:
Firmenich
Laboratoires Expanscience
Weleda
(This award is given to a cosmetics or ingredients firm that is leading in various aspects of sustainability. The company is displaying overall leadership in sustainability and not mastering a few areas.)
 
Sustainable Packaging:
Laboratoires Expanscience
Seventh Generation
You Organic Skincare
(This award is given to a cosmetics brand / packaging firm with a new packaging that has low environmental footprint in terms of design and / or materials.)
 
Sustainable Ingredient:
Alban Muller International
AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry
International Flavors & Fragrances
)This award is given to a cosmetic ingredient that makes a significant difference in sustainability, in terms of environmental and / or social impact.)
Green Formulations:
Alteya Organics
Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps
Jasmin Skincare
(This award is given to a cosmetic brand with a high level of green (natural / organic) ingredients in product formulations.)
 
The winners of each awards category will be announced at the Sustainable Beauty Awards reception in Paris on Oct. 21.
 
More info: www.sustainablebeautyawards.com
 

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