Certified Cruelty Free and Vegan skincare brand, Retreatment Botanics by Olivia Newton-John has won in a whopping seven categories in The Beauty Shortlist Best Loved 2019 Mama & Baby Awards, including Best International Natural/Organic Brand. Tested by “an army of mums”, the annual Mother & Baby Awards celebrate the very best products, stores and brands from around the globe.
Of the outstanding result, actress, singer and animals activist, Olivia Newton-John said “The Retreatment Botanics team and I are so honoured, delighted and thrilled to have won these prestigious awards. We are passionate about creating healthy skincare that is both good for your skin and the planet. I love that Retreatment not only feels incredible to use but it delivers real results. Thank you so much!”
Fiona Klonarides, founder of the Beauty Shortlist, said it “was love at first try” and “This nature-inspired brand is heavenly to use. A treat for the spirit and senses, these formulas feel energetically alive, beautifully healing, rebalancing and revitalising.”
In addition to winning the highly sought after Best International Natural/Organic Brand, Retreatment Botanics also won:
Best Eye Product – Firming Eye Contour Cream 15ml, $65
Best Every Day Hand Cream – Wild Kakadu Hand and Body Cream 100ml, $39
Best Serum – Kakadu Brightning Serum 25ml, $89
Best Moisturiser – Ultra Rich Moisturiser 100ml, $89
Editor’s Choice Winner – Instant Glow Face Masque 75ml, $65
Editor’s Choice Winner – Refining Face Polish 75ml, $55
Launched earlier this year, Retreatment Botanics by Oliva Newton-John and Byron Bay Gaia Retreat is Certified Cruelty Free and Vegan, as well as Certified Palm-Oil Free.
Retreatment Botanics is available to purchase from Olivia’s award-winning Gaia Retreat & Spa, Retreatment Botanics website, as well as Australia’s leading online natural beauty store Nourished Life and selected stockists.
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Having traded life in the city and a successful career in magazine publishing for the serenity of coastal-country living, Melissa now lives in northern NSW, Australia with her husband, two daughters and a colourful menagerie.
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