Career Insights: Sam Farmer speaks with Elizabeth Barnett Lawton

by | Feb 26, 2021

This week, as part of British Science week our President of Education Pillar, Elizabeth Barnett-Lawton, speaks to Sam Farmer, cosmetic scientist and owner of the unisex, personal care range for teenagers, ‘SAM FARMER’.

It was only when Sam’s children reached puberty that he became aware of the manipulative and sexist biases surrounding young people’s cosmetic products. Sam believed that the derogatory imagery and wording was creating more harm than good and decided to take action.


From making his very first deodorant to now owning his own brand, this episode sees how Sam left his career in television to become a Cosmetic Scientist and Entrepreneur.


Listen now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and ACAST

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