Please give us your elevator pitch:

When Sukin first launched in 2007 in Australia, we were one of the first brands to say “No” to ingredients and processes that can cause harm to you, animals and the environment. 14 years later our approach is still the same, we are in the business of making effortless natural products inspired by Australia’s rich diversity and landscapes, whilst reducing our impact on local flora & fauna.

What problem is your business solving?

Making natural products more accessible for Australians. We believe, that natural shouldn’t come at a compromise, that’s why we create all our products with affordability, safety & quality in mind.

Tell us three unique things about your business:

  1. We have been Carbon Neutral since 2008.
  2. Our products are made right here in Australia. Our factory is located in south-east Melbourne.
  3. We believe in harmless beauty, that’s why all of our products are Vegan & Cruelty Free.

What can attendees expect to see from you at TCS?

We will be showcasing our newest product range created in collaboration with our long-term eco-partner Greening Australia.

Can you tell us a little about your background and where the inspiration came from for your business?

Our brand was born on the cusp of the health & wellness movement. People were looking for ways to ‘clean-up’ their diets & lifestyles. However, there were very few beauty brands available to consumers that helped them ‘clean-up’ their beauty regimes. The skin is one of the largest organs on our body and we believed people had a right to know what ingredients are potentially doing more harm than good in their beauty regimes. That’s why our mission was to educate people, so they could make considered choices when shopping in-store. This lead to the launch of our famous ‘No’ list that complements our wide range of natural, eco-conscious products. Because, at Sukin we believe everything we need to nourish our body can be found in nature.

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