Double Win for Noosa at International Organic Skin Care Awards


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The team at Noosa's James Street Organics are buzzing after winning not just one but two global awards for their handcrafted skin care products at the prestigious Healing Lifestyles International Earth Day Beauty Awards 2018. Despite being up against tough competition, James Street Organics were awarded for Best Night Serum and Best Neck Treatment for their Overtime Night Serum and Neck and Decolletage Regenerating Oil.

Located on the banks of the beautiful Noosa River, James St Organics is not your average boutique skin care company. That's because owner Lucy Coonan lovingly formulates and blends the entire luxurious natural skin care range by hand having undertaken a personal journey to discover the benefits and impacts of all of its ingredients. Lucy's aim is to give people the confidence that they are making the best choice for great skin by providing completely natural, toxin and chemical free skin products that really work and have minimal environmental impact, at prices they can afford.

The awards came as a shock to Lucy who only entered because a friend convinced her to whilst she was in America promoting her products earlier this year.

"We are so delighted and grateful for these awards. We painstakingly research our products and lovingly hand-make them all from the finest ingredients. The award winning Overtime Night Serum and Neck & Decolletage Regenerating Oil are two of our best sellers, so we know our customers love them but it's great to get this extra recognition from global experts in the industry".

In its' 9th year, the Healing Lifestyles International Earth Day Beauty Awards recognise the finest all-natural and organic beauty products in the world on a day dedicated globally to protecting the environment. Competition was fierce and included highly acclaimed organic skin care experts Dr Hauschka, Eco Tan and Pevonia Botanica.

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