PEVONIA WINS SILVER & BRONZE IN THE 2022 FREE FROM SKINCARE AWARDS
The Europe-wide Awards were founded to encourage and reward manufacturers of skincare products that are ‘free from’ many of the allergens, preservatives, additives and fragrances associated with skin sensitivities, allergies, and ethical, environmental and health concerns.
Now in its 11th year, the announcements were made online on Tuesday 19th July, and followed a long judging process which included a rigorous month-long assessment by four experienced cosmetic testers, and concluded with round-table expert judging sessions, held in June.
Pevonia was thrilled to learn that the recently launched CleanRefresh Foaming Oil Cleanser won SILVER in the Face Care (Rinse Off) category.
One Judge commented: “A lovely fresh lemon fragrance. Skin soft and felt zingy clean – wasn’t at all drying. Every use was a joy. Works exceptionally well; great results.”
Pevonia’s CleanRefresh Foaming Oil Cleanser is a unique triple duty cleanser (cleanses, moisturises, protects) featuring an advanced, lipid-rich, exclusive formula that transforms from oil into a luscious, heavenly foam upon contact with water and gentle friction. It acts as a super magnet so that pollutants are entrapped in the foam along with impurities, bacteria, dead cells, etc. An active blend of natural and effective foaming surfactants combines with skin-friendly oils that mimic the skin’s natural oils to render the skin clean, moisturised, refreshed, and protected.
Jane Norman, PR & Marketing Manager for Pevonia UK said “we’ve been entering our products in the Free From Skincare Awards since 2013 as they are the only awards dedicated to ‘free from’ cosmetics, skincare and haircare products. We are delighted to win once again; having accrued 10 awards over the last 8 years with Free From, we can now add another 3 to our collection. 2 of the 3 winners are new products which is a testament to Pevonia’s ethos; sustainable sourcing of natural formulas using organic ingredients for proven clinical results.”