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Well Being Be-YOU-T Awards

Welcome to the inaugural WellBeing Be-YOU-T Awards, Australia’s only natural beauty awards. We asked for your favourite natural beauty products in categories like anti-ageing, face, body, hair, make-up, baby and many more, then we got to work. After collecting more than 14,000 votes from the general public, our editorial team spent a year testing, sampling and smelling over 200 beauty products.

Why? We want to help you navigate the natural beauty world by introducing you to good-quality, WellBeing-approved brands that actually work. Without further ado, please meet the winners of our 2020 WellBeing Be-YOU-T Awards competition. Drum roll.

Lip colour

The Organic Skin Co Cheeky Lips Blush and Lip

I am head over heels for this product. It’s the best natural lip and cheek cream I have come across. Not only does it have a nourishing formula, the Blush colour is beautiful, even and full and leaves my cheeks and lips with a supple glow. I apply small dabs of it to the apples of my cheeks, blending with my fingers for a flawless finish. Then, I smooth it onto my lips and can’t stop smiling. The packaging is refillable which means I can keep my pot and keep filling it up. Easy, effortless and versatile!

Foundation

Fitcover Active Mineral Foundation Powder

Prior to testing Fitcover Active Mineral Foundation Powder, I didn’t wear make-up every day. I reserved it for special occasions or when I wanted to feel a little fancy. Fitcover Active Mineral Foundation Powder has, however, changed my mind. It’s easy to apply, flawlessly dusts into my pores and leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth. Now, I wear foundation when working from home because why not? I feel so glamorous!

Eye colour

Adorn Loose Mineral Eye Shadow

I’m not someone who wears a lot of make-up during the

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