Announcing the finalists of the Clean + Conscious Awards 2022 Celebrating the best clean and conscious products available to buy within Australia
Wednesday, 17th August 2022
Now running in its fourth year, the finalists of the Clean + Conscious Awards 2022 have just been announced. The Awards celebrate exceptional products that are clean (non-toxic) and conscious (ethical, sustainable and responsible).
400+ finalist products have been selected across 86 categories including Skincare, Makeup, Hair, Body, Zero Waste, Baby, Kids, Fashion, Fitness, Food & Nutrition and Home. All finalist products have been scientifically-researched and are verified to be non-toxic, as well as sustainable, ethical and responsible. Please go here to view the full list of finalists.
Finalist products will now enter a hands-on review phase by the Awards 2022 Expert Panel. The panel includes a diverse and inclusive mix of eco-leaders, beauty experts, authors, sustainability educators, wellness experts, change makers, ethical fashion advocates and more.
The Awards, which are 100% independent and run by a team of women, are the brainchild of blogger, mother and practising Optometrist Emily Fletcher, who founded the Awards when she identified the need to celebrate safe and socially responsible products. Emily, who has postgraduate qualifications in Pharmacology and has studied Advanced Chemistry at university, says “We are thrilled to launch our biggest and most exciting Awards yet.
“Since launching back in 2019, more and more consumers have begun looking to us for guidance when choosing products that are healthy for their bodies and better for the planet. By celebrating products that are truly clean and conscious, we are working to create change on a much larger scale,” says Emily.
Winners of the 2022 Clean + Conscious Awards will be announced in October.
For more information please visit https://cleanandconscious.com.au. To view the Clean + Conscious Awards 2022 Finalists go here.
Many of last year’s panellists return to their roles including Beauticate founder
Sigourney Cantelo, Sydney Morning Herald and The Age's Lifestyle Health Editor Sarah
Berry, ethical fashion advocate Britt's List and many more.
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