No7 Beauty Company partner with British Beauty Council to launch the Creator Collective

by | Jan 30, 2022

The No7 Beauty Company has partnered with the British Beauty Council to launch an industry-first influencer skincare education programme to tackle misinformation in the beauty industry.

By invitation only, the Creator Collective will train and upskill influencers by providing world-class ‘Science of Skincare’ education modules which help to tackle misleading and incorrect content on social platforms and ensure skin-related content is based on scientific truth.


The course content is endorsed by experienced beauty journalists and dermatologists, including leading industry figures Alice Hart-Davis, Dija Ayodele, Alison Young, and Dr. Aamna Adel.


Details on how to sign up to the education programme will be announced later this year. Make sure to follow @britishbeautycouncil and @no7uk on Instagram for updates.


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