‘Conscious beauty and wellbeing’ panel discussion

by | Sep 10, 2019

The convergence of beauty, health and wellbeing is a clear industry trend. It’s no longer enough to look good. Consumers want products that make them feel good as well – physically and emotionally.

Finishing an action-packed London Beauty Week, we’ve brought together an inspirational group of women to talk about conscious beauty and wellbeing.

Hosted by Funmi Fetto from Glamour magazine, our panel features Jasmine Hemsley, Sjaniël Turrell, Susie Willis and Rhian Stephenson.

As people become more aware of how our modern lifestyle impacts our health and the world around us, they are increasingly conscious of how they spend their money.

Conscious beauty is about recognising what matters to you – whether it’s organic ingredients, vegan-friendly formulas or zero-waste packaging – then seeking out brands that align with those values.

Book your ticket today to learn more about the future of conscious beauty and wellbeing.

The event takes place on September 15 at the London Beauty Week Hub at 13-14 Floral Street in Covent Garden. Doors at 3:30pm with panel discussion from 4-5pm.

100% of the ticket price will go to Beauty Banks, a non-profit that redistributes personal care and beauty products to help fight hygiene poverty. You will also be able to bring your product donations on the day.

The Panel

Jasmine Hemsley (panellist)
Author and presenter

Jasmine Hemsley is a three-time best-selling author, founder of Hemsley + Hemsley and East by West, a TV presenter with a show broadcast in more than 25 countries, chef, food and health writer, restaurateur and nutrition and wellness expert.

With a passion for eating well to feel happier, healthier and more energised, Jasmine believes in conscious, healthy and joyful living, drawing from the depth of Eastern wisdom and holistic philosophies of health, and marrying that with the latest cutting-edge technology and developments in Western wellbeing.

 

Sjaniël Turrell (panellist)
Holistic & sustainable makeup artist, nutritional therapist and clean beauty product consultant

Sjaniël was raised as a farm girl in the very rural northwest of South Africa and moved to the US as an au-pair for a year at the age of 18. While there, as part of her cultural exchange visa programme, she did a course in makeup artistry which first sparked her passion for beauty.

Sjäniel worked as a model for 15 years before moving to London where her love for all things health and wellness grew, culminating in a qualification as a nutritional therapist.

Six years later she has been working exclusively as a holistic makeup artist, combining her expertise in nutrition and health with clean beauty.

Susie Willis (panellist)
Founder of Romilly Wilde

Susie Willis is the founder of the 100 percent natural skincare line, Romilly Wilde.

Susie champions transparency, especially within the clean beauty industry.

Romilly Wilde’s ethos is ‘conscious luxury’ that values a partnership and ecosystem.

 

 

Rhian Stephenson (panellist)
CEO of Psycle London

Rhian Stephenson is a former Canadian national athlete and CEO of Psycle – a premium boutique fitness brand that offers a collection of class-based workouts across the globe.

Their immersive, energetic workouts are designed to help clear your mind and transform your body alongside a passionate community of like-minded individuals.

Psycle’s mission is to empower everyone, everywhere to own their life’s beat. By training the mind and body, they help people unlock their full potential and become the best version of themselves physically and emotionally.

Funmi Fetto (Host)
Executive editor and beauty director at Glamour UK

Funmi Fetto is currently executive editor and beauty director at Glamour UK. She is also the beauty columnist at the Observer and a former contributing beauty editor at British Vogue.

Funmi has spoken on Radio 4 and at numerous events on issues across beauty, fashion, identity, race, inclusivity/diversity and journalism. She has more than 15 years’ experience as a fashion and beauty journalist and brand consultant.

Her highly anticipated book ‘PALETTE’, the beauty bible for women of colour, will be published by Hodder and Stoughton in October 2019.

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