Leading certified organic beauty brand VOYA wins big at the Natural Health International Beauty Awards 2018.

It was a big night for premier certified organic beauty brand Voya at the Natural Health International Beauty Awards 2018 by winning the award for best Organic Brand of the Year by the Natural Health Magazine in the United Kingdom.

“We are thrilled to share the news that VOYA has been named as the Organic Brand Of The Year for 2018,” says Tauranga-based Karen Hind, Managing Director of VOYA NZ and in charge of Business Development for New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific. 

VOYA is a global all-natural, specialised and certified organic seaweed skin care and spa treatment brand.

“We are both proud and excited to have won this very prestigious award as it demonstrates our unwavering and genuine commitment to maintaining the certified organic integrity of all our products,” adds Karen.

Natural Health Magazine is the UK’s best alternative well-being magazine. Their Natural Health International Beauty Awards showcase the greatest beauty products in the natural beauty industry, supported by top natural, certified organic and ethical credentials.

The beauty experts at VOYA believe in the certified organic and sustainable ways of doing business. They harvest wild organic seaweeds by hand which helps to protect the delicate environment of the West Coast of Ireland and their premier products are created with certified organic ingredients where possible.

The expert judges at Natural Health Magazine examine and test every product that enters the awards to ensure that the winning brands are of the highest quality. “We are very confident in the quality of our formulations that we also voluntarily submit our products to be certified by both the Soil Association, COMOS and the Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association (IOFGA),” advises Karen.

“At Voya we are dedicated to using only natural and non-toxic ingredients. That is why our products are made without using mineral oils, GM ingredients, synthetic colours, fragrances or preservatives,” adds Karen Hind. “We are also completely opposed to the practice of animal testing in cosmetic research.”