The Beauty Shortlist Wellbeing Editors Choice Award 2022
Good Change is so proud to have been awarded the Beauty Shortlist Wellbeing Editor’s Choice award. The Beauty Shortlist’s Beauty and Wellbeing awards serve an important purpose: to showcase excellence, honour ethical brands, promote a more organic, waste-free way of living and provide a 100% trusted, expert-ranked guide to the very best in beauty and health in a crowded, often over-hyped marketplace.
This is a huge international award with panels across LONDON, SYDNEY/BYRON BAY and NEW YORK/LA.
Past and present judges include:
•Irene Falcone, founder of leading Australian natural beauty & wellbeing retailer Nourished Life
•Jessica Ourisman – California-based freelance beauty editor (The Zoe Report, Harper’s Bazaar, re.spin (Halle Berry), and founder of CBD site Beauty Stoned.
•London-based red carpet, cruelty-free makeup artist Justine Jenkins (Fearne Cotton)
•Katie Hill, the founder of eco living magazine My Green Pod (distributed with The Guardian to 6 million eco conscious readers quarterly)
•Top UK nutritionist Vicki Edgson (author of “Honestly Healthy”).
Clean & Conscious Awards 2021
The Clean + Conscious Awards celebrate exceptional products that work in perfect harmony with our bodies, our environment and our
The Awards celebrate exceptional products that are safe / non-toxic, ethical, sustainable and socially responsible.
All finalist products have been scientifically researched and scrutinised by the Awards Founder and Head of Research and Education while each finalist product has been hands-on reviewed by a panel of 45 industry experts.
The Clean + Conscious Awards are proudly independent, 100% free of advertising, and unaffiliated with any brands, corporations or media organisations.
Finalist in the Tauranga Business Awards 2021
The Tauranga Business Awards was an extremely rigorous process involving in depth analysis of Good Change’s business practises and a full pitch presentation to 10 of Tauranga’s most prominent business leads.
We’re proud to have won 5 awards at the Australian Non-Toxic Awards 2020, including being selected as the winner of the Social Responsibility Award for the Home.
"Congratulations on a phenomenal achievement! And thank you for building an exceptional brand that embodies everything we value in a business: ethics, integrity, and care."
- Emma and Emily, founders of the Australian Non-Toxic Awards
The Australian Non-Toxic Awards (ANTA) celebrate non-toxic and socially responsible products.
The Awards seek to make it easier and less confusing for all of us to make the safest and most ethical choices.
ANTA value exceptional products that are:
Safe – containing only non-toxic ingredients and materials.
Ethical – manufactured fairly using ethically-sourced ingredients & materials.
Sustainable – produced ensuring long-term environmental quality for future generations.
Responsible – beneficial to the welfare of local and global communities.
HERE'S WHAT SOME OF THE JUDGES SAID:
"Super absorbent – the equivalent of 15 paper towels! Really soft to use and also tough wearing, these cloths are fantastic. It hadn’t crossed my mind about how much waste I was creating with cloths before and this is such an easy and better functioning swap! I love that they dry so quickly, are washable in the dishwasher and are fully compostable at the end of life."
- Emily Fletcher, both the Founder and Head of Research & Education of the Australian Non-Toxic Awards.
Emily has postgraduate qualifications in Pharmacology and has studied Advanced Chemistry at university. She initially founded the Awards in 2019 after identifying the need to celebrate and empower brands and small businesses that produce safe, non-toxic and socially responsible products.
"You can use this cloth on anything, it lasts really long and looks lovely in the home. It’s compostable, reusable with no plastic! All things that are important for home cleaning cloths and things I would look out for in a cloth"
— Kate Hall, educator, activist, speaker, and blogger. Kate educates about ethical fashion to high schools around Auckland, has presented on a TEDx stage, and helps professionals understand their impact too.
"This is a great sized, absorbent eco cloth that’s compostable at the end of life! Fantastic product, thoughtful packaging. The impact extends past the purchase."
- Laura Trotta, one of Australia’s leading sustainable living educators and winner of numerous regional and national awards for her fresh and inspiring take on living an ‘ecoceptional’ life.
Laura is an eco thought leader who’s not afraid to challenge the status quo.
"I was super excited to try this product as I had seen it online – and it didn’t disappoint. I loved that the package arrived in a compostable mailer and as for the cloths I will continue using (and purchasing) these. Love, Love, Love everything about this product!"
— Petria Leggo-Field