Fourth annual Beauty Shortlist Awards unveils winners and finalists

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The winners and finalists in the fourth annual Beauty Shortlist Awards have been unveiled, with the best in up-and-coming and natural brands in the UK market given the spotlight along with the most effective new product launches over the last year.

Founded by beauty and wellbeing journalist Fiona Klonarides in 2009, the awards now cover 71 categories with this year’s winners including Oskia, Liz Earle, Aurelia Skincare, Burt’s Bees, T.LeClerc, Skin Design London, Gazelli, Marks & Spencer, ila Spa, Trevor Sorbie, Micheline Arcier, NEOM, New CID Cosmetics, Green People, Weleda, Dr. Organic, Tisserand and Neal’s Yard Remedies.

Brand winners in the first ever Men’s Grooming categories include Liz Earle, winner of Best Skincare Range for Men, alongside Braun (Best Shaver), Dermalogica (Best Grooming Product), Scaramouche & Fandango (Best Skincare Product), Floris  (Best Fragrance) and Crabtree & Evelyn (Best Body Wash).

Online grooming retailer Regal Gentleman revealed the winner  of the Best Men’s Grooming Blogger category following a public vote with the new award, presented in association with The Beauty Shortlist, going to Philadelphia-based blogger, Ruggedly Groomed.

Sarah Brown, founder of natural British brand Pai Skincare, received the Beauty Entrepreneur of the Year award for her pioneering work developing a full range designed for sensitive skin.

For the complete list of winners and finalists, visit