Clean Beauty in London will open its doors on April 13 and 14 at The Brewery

The first fair dedicated to clean beauty will open on 13 and 14 April at The Brewery in London.

The event will bring together experts, scientists, suppliers, brands, influencers and journalists with the aim of providing new ideas and more precise definitions for this new mode of consumption in make-up, skincare, haircare and toilet, to better understand the movement and establish a charter of best practices.

The show was created not only to serve a sector – suppliers and brands – but also to better understand what’s behind the concept of clean beauty,”Says Sandra Maguarian, director of the show.

During the two days of the fair, international exhibitors – including suppliers of ingredients, turnkey solutions, accessories, formulations or packaging – will present their novelties, sustainable innovations, recyclable packaging, clean and traceable ingredients, responsible production methods, formulations …

The 2022 exhibitor list includes: ACT Beauty France, Anjac Health & Beauty Group, B.Kolormakeup & Skincare, Baralan International, C4Q, Cosmewax, DTS Europe, Natural Cosmetics Holland Bv, Omnicos Group, Croda, Thepenier Pharma & Cosmetics, etc. .

An exclusive conference program and round tables will bring together international experts, scientists, dermatologists and beauty brands, to explore and discuss hot and clean beauty topics such as:

- Regeneration in Beauty and Nature “Renewal, Repair and Rejuvenation”

- UK in the global natural and organic beauty market

- Building credibility in the “clean beauty” landscape

- The challenges and successes of launching a clean skincare line

- Ethically correct: the holistic ecological demands of consumers

- Are the new materials in beauty packs just a trend or are they here to stay?

- Power of diversity and inclusiveness in clean beauty

- Clean beauty 3.0 is taking a new turn: how can you take advantage of this change in consumption?

- How to stand out in clean beauty to attract more customers and retail buyers?

- How to avoid greenwashing in your sustainable marketing claims and get your voice to resonate with consumers

- Launch of a new sustainable British makeup brand with clean natural formulations

Among the key speakers of this edition, the main players in the sector will share their insights such as:

- Sophie RobinsonBusiness Development Manager, at The Soil Association, the UK’s leading organic certifier in cosmetics, food, beverages and textiles.

- Victory PotkoLabel and Events Officer at Natrue, an international non-profit association based in Brussels, committed to promoting and protecting natural and organic cosmetics around the world.

- Amajit SahotaFounder and President of Ecovia Intelligence, a specialized research, consulting and training firm that focuses on the global ethical product industries.

- Elsie Rutterford and Dominika Minarovicco-founder, BYBI, a sustainable skin care brand in the UK

See the full list of Clean Beauty In London speakers.

Clean beauty in London

13 and 14 April 2022 from 9:00 to 17:00

The Brewery, 52 Chiswell Street,

London, UK

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