FreeFrom Skin Care Awards 2013

in association with the

Green Beauty Bible


The 2013 awards are sponsored by NATorigin

The benefits of sponsoring a category in the FreeFrom SkinCare Awards are detailed below.

For the categories available for sponsorship, see below here.

Allergy show stand
The shared FreeFrom Skincare Awards and FreeFrom Food Awards
stand at the Allergy+FreeFrom Show 2012

Benefits of sponsorship

* Category to be called the 2013 FreeFrom Skincare Award for [category name] sponsored by [sponsor name].

* Sponsor’s logo with a ‘click through’ link to their site to appear on all Awards pages of the SkinsMatter.com site.

* A free revolving banner ad, which will appear on all pages of the SkinsMatter.com site for a total of 3 months over the year 1st March 2013 - 28th February 2014. (Total value: £510)

* 20% discount on all other advertising packages on the SkinsMatter.com site and joint FoodsMatter/SkinsMatter newsletter.

* Acknowledgement of sponsorship to appear on all printed and online material detailing the awards and on all press releases and media communications sent to media distribution agencies, the press, freelance journalists and beauty / skincare bloggers. (See last year's collated Publicity and Coverage.

* Opportunity to benefit from the ongoing promotion of sponsoring categories through our social media - ie Facebook pages and Twitter accounts - and through our fortnightly, joint FoodsMatter/SkinsMatter e-newsletter - with just over 4,000 mainly UK subscribers.

* Availability of discount offer for an exhibition stand at the Allergy & FreeFrom Show 2013 in Olympia, London (June 2013) and Liverpool (October 2013). (For first-time exhibitors only; percentage to be confirmed.)

* Two free invitations to awards reception / entrance to the Allergy and Free From Show.

* Opportunity to put press releases and small samples into dedicated press pack to be given to visiting journalists and beauty / skincare bloggers at the Allergy and Free From Show.

* Opportunity to benefit from associated publicity from the Allergy and Free From Show (over 15,000 visitors in 2012) with promotion at our joint FreeFrom Food Awards / FreeFrom Skin Care Awards stand, via sponsorship banner, leaflets, tester samples and/or product displays, and during the Awards ceremony.

* Opportunity to put promotional material in a ‘virtual’ goodie bag to be emailed to journalists and bloggers after the reception and made available to other journalists / press through media bulletins.

* And, a unique opportunity to be involved in a new award for a rapidly growing sector of the skincare industry…

TGesting products
Testing skin products at the FreeFrom Skincare Awards stand
at the Allergy + FreeFrom Show 2012

Categories 2013 - £1,000 per category + VAT

There are twelve categories for 2013: ten product categories, a category for best manufacturer or brand, and an overall product winner.

1. Babies, Kids, Teens and Mums-to-be
Products for babies, toddlers, children, teens and expectant mums, including but not limited to baby washes, nappy balms, cradle cap oils, stretchmark creams, nipple balms and other skincare products from a dedicated child or mum range.

2. Men’s Grooming
Products for any part of the body, specifically targeted at men or within a male grooming range, including but not limited to face / body washes, face / body creams, shaving creams / gels, deodorants, haircare products and functional after-shave lotions.

3. Hair Care
Shampoos, conditioners, hair gels, hair treatment serums and other hair care products.

4. Hand and Body Care (‘Leave On’)
Creams, gels or balms for use on the hands, feet and body, including creams, moisturisers, lotions and intimate skincare products.

5. Hand and Body Care (‘Take Off’)
Skincare products for the hands and body, such as body scrubs, hand washes, shower gels, soaps, bath creams, intimate skincare products and others which are applied and then removed or washed off.

6. Face and Body Oils and Oil Serums
Oils or 100% oil serums for use on face and/or body.

7. Make Up and Nail Care
Concealers, blushers, bronzers, eye liners, eye shadows, mascaras, lipsticks/lipglosses, nail varnishes / colours and nail polish removers.

8. Face Care (‘Take Off’)
Skincare products such as masks, cleansers, washes and scrubs which are applied and then removed or washed off from the face.

9. Face Care (‘Leave On’)
Creams, balms or toners for use on the face, including anti-ageing creams, night or day creams, all-purpose moisturisers, lip balms and eye creams or gels.

10. Problem Skin
Any skincare product designed or suitable for eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, acne, rosacea or other allergic, problem or sensitive skin condition.

11. FreeFrom Skincare Brand
Any skincare manufacturer entering a total of three or more of its products across categories 1-10 of the Awards will be automatically considered for this category. (NB. Judges may request additional samples of non-entered products at a later date in order to make their overall assessment.)

12. Best Overall FreeFrom Skincare Product
The overall winner will be drawn from the winners of the product categories (1-10) above.

If you are interested in sponsoring a category, please email Alex.

Alex setting out products for testing at the FreeFrom Skincare Awards
stand at the Allergy+ FreeFrom Show 2012

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