Applications for the 2022 Beauty Shortlist & Wellbeing Awards are open for entries

by | Sep 9, 2021

Entries have opened for the upcoming Beauty Shortlist Awards which will celebrate the highest-scoring brands and products which celebrate nature on Wednesday 2 March 2022.

Honouring the most-loved earth- and ocean-safe beauty and wellness products, the ethical, natural and organic showcase returns with over 40 new categories embracing blue and green beauty, more age-specific skincare and self-care categories, eco-packaging, holistic health, eco innovation, nutrition, aromatherapy, CBD and more. Entries close on 29th October.


There are some new faces on this year’s Awards Panel, which include:

  • Lisa Payne, Senior Beauty Editor at global trends intelligence agency Stylus
  • Justine Jenkins, London-based red carpet, cruelty-free makeup artist, Humane Society Ambassador  and certified CBD expert
  • Jessica Ourisman, Los Angeles-based beauty editor
    Freelance beauty journalist and trends expert (Harper’s Bazaar, MindBodyGreen, The Zoe Report, Allure and Fashionista), Jessica is the founder of cult CBD-centric beauty blog Beauty Stoned
  • Sara Spruch-Feiner, NY-based Senior Reporter at Glossy Also a regular contributor to The Zoe Report, Byrdie, Women’s Health, Coveteur and Shape, Sara brings an editorial rigour and exacting eye for what really matters in beauty


“I love the integrity that shines through, these awards should be used as everyone’s beauty shopping list”
 –  Alexia Inge, co-founder, Cult Beauty

New categories include:

  • The new Blue Beauty wave: Beauty Brand/Product of The Year 2022, Best Ocean Protection Awareness Campaign, Best Give-Back Blue Beauty Brand or Product
  • Beauty and Ocean Protection organisation collaborations, reef-safe SPFs
  • Plantable & Home Compostable Beauty and more plastic-free categories
  • More makeup and age-specific skincare categories for ages 50+ and 60+
  • Best Desert Island Beauty Product,
  • Best Subscription Box (Indie Brands)
  • Best Planet-Friendly Self-Care Product


Find out more here


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