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Mrs Frisbee's All Naturals Takes Gold at Prestigious Beauty Industry Awards


Growing beauty and wellbeing brand scoops another industry prize at Green Parent Natural Beauty Awards

Mrs Frisbee's All Naturals Takes Gold at Prestigious Beauty Industry Awards


"Once again, we went up against some high profile international brands and came through in top spot. The reason for our continued success comes down to careful sourcing, pairing and blending."
CEO Julie Frisbee



Mrs Frisbee’s All Naturals has scooped its second big skincare award by claiming gold at the ‘Green Parent Natural Beauty Awards’ for the company’s ‘Sleep Tight’ massage and body oil.

The family-run business was awarded top spot for its blended body oil by a panel of experts, beauty bloggers and Green Parent Magazine readers, who assessed an array of health, skin and hair care products against awards guidelines around quality, provenance, ingredients, packaging and company ethics.

Mrs Frisbee’s ‘Sleep Tight’ massage and body oil combines natural sedatives by blending pure lavender and roman chamomile essential oils with vitamin-rich grape seed oil to create a light massage oil which absorbs into skin quickly and also repairs skin tissue.

Company director Julie Frisbee, of Stockport, said: “We’re delighted to be recognised for our massage and body products by Green Parent Magazine. Once again, we went up against some high profile international brands and came through in top spot. We feel the reason for our continued success comes down to careful sourcing, pairing and blending of high quality ingredients.”

Green Parent review panellist Lila Anna, who assessed Mrs Frisbee’s oil against a range of criteria, said: "Using Mrs Frisbee's Sleep Tight massage oil felt like a ritual of self-love. Its blend of oils slipped onto the skin and absorbed well while its aroma was light and calming. It was a deserving winner of a Green Parent award among strong competition."

Mrs Frisbee’s All Naturals was founded in 2011 by aromatherapist and holistic therapist Julie Frisbee.

The raw ingredients and pure essential oils used in Mrs Frisbee’s All Naturals products are sourced and chosen for their high quality, unique skincare properties, therapeutic capabilities and vegan-friendly constituents.

All of its products are handmade and contain only the finest quality, ethically-sourced and environmentally-friendly natural ingredients.

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