The Organic & Natural Beauty Show is an international trade show purely dedicated to organic & natural beauty products. It showcases natural, naturally inspired, organic, fairtrade, sustainable, ethical, free-from and eco-friendly beauty products and nutritional supplements from around the world.
Launched in June 2013, the event offers a unique networking platform for exchanging ideas, launching new products and meeting retailers, distributors, importers and health and beauty professionals from all over the UK and around the world.
News Chloe Skilton
LONDON, UK – APRIL, 10, 2014 — Shorex Ltd. announced today that Trades Exhibitions Ltd – the organiser of Professional Beauty, the UK’s leading beauty exhibition – has acquired the Organic & Natural Beauty Show. The show was launched by Shorex Ltd on 2 & 3 June 2013 at London ExCeL and was the first event dedicated exclusively to natural and organic cosmetics, raw materials, ingredients and supplements, which gathered the support of all the leading European organic certification agencies. The show will now run alongside Professional Beauty at London ExCeL and will benefit from the 30,000+ beauty professionals and trade buyers who visit the event every year. The next edition will take place on 22 & 23 February 2015. Philippe Gelin, Managing Director of Shorex and Co-Founder of the Organic & Natural Beauty Show, sa...Read more
News Melanie Hiernard
Launched last month, NAT is the new label of COSMEBIO, the French Professional Association for Ecological and Organic Cosmetics. Purely designed for the natural cosmetic market, the label aims to help consumers make right choices in order to differentiate the "actual" natural cosmetics from the "fake" ones. The BIO & NAT Label In 2002, COSMEBIO launched its BIO label in order to promote organic cosmetics towards consumers and professionals throughout the world. Eleven years after its creation, the market for organic cosmetics is still booming. However, the cosmetic world is increasingly facing high offer and demand for natural cosmetics. As a result, COSMEBIO recognised the need to address this growing market and created a new label named NAT. Like for organic cosmetics, the NAT label will also respond to the lack of legislation wh...Read more
News Melanie Hiernard
Over the years, the beauty industry has faced growing concerns from consumers about the safety of the beauty products we commonly use. Recently, two major announcements were made and have shown that these concerns may actually have become crucial arguments to address leading companies within the beauty sector. Procter & Gamble (P&G) will Eliminate Major Toxic Chemicals from Products Worldwide For years, P&G has offered a large range of cosmetic products including iconic brands Pantene, Head & Shoulders, Wella Professional, Gillette, Olay and Covergirl. At the beginning of the month, P&G announced on its website that they have decided to completely eliminate the two toxic chemicals, triclosan and diethyl phtalate (DEP), from all of its products by 2014. Triclosan and diethyl phtlalate (DEP) are commonly liste...Read more
News Clémence Coquillat
Fruits have many health benefits thanks to their high concentration in vitamins, fibers and antioxidants but they have also great benefits on our skin. Alpha-Hydroxy Acids: What are they? The AHA’s, also known as fruit acids or organic acids, are molecules which are naturally present in fruits, plants and milk products. They are known for their benefits on skin and have been a very useful ingredient in cosmetic products for centuries. It is believed that Queen Cleopatra might have discovered their benefits by using milk on her skin daily to give her youthful and radiant skin. AHA’s include citric acids (present in citrus fruit), lactic acids (milk), glycolic acids (extracted from sugar cane), malic acids (apple) and tartaric acids (grape). They are used as an antioxidant and to moisturise and regenerate the skin as well a...Read more
News Clémence Coquillat
Expert in the organic cosmetic and environmental industry, Ecocert has launched the first international eco-certification entirely dedicated to spas. This label is devoted to day spas, hotel spas, balneotherapy centers and beauty institutions who offer organic and natural treatments and respect the environment. Why has this label been created? The "Being" label has been created to provide more transparency to customers and help them make an eco-choice in an expanding and competitive sector: "Green claims are mushrooming in this sector. But so far, there was no certification encompassing all the environmental issues that well-being venues have to address, considering they use large quantities of energy, water, personal products, as well as textiles and cleaning products. Being is a quality standard, orientated to today and tomorrow cons...Read more