Evolu celebrates with Lisa Carrington


Masters of active botanical skincare Evolu turns 25 this October.

To mark a quarter of a century of flying the flag for botanical skincare, Evolu is hosting an anniversary event on 13th October with Lisa Carrington taking centre stage.

Carrington, who spends much of her time exposed to the elements is mindful of her skin health.

“Skin health is something I take really seriously especially given how much time I spend outside on the water. I’ve always been particular about the skincare I use. I like products that are clean and always opt for NZ-made whenever it’s possible” says Carrington.

Which is why a partnership with Evolu was a natural fit. Evolu’s natural active ingredients and meticulously curated botanical combinations nourish help restore skin without the nasties. This gentle approach to skincare means their products are pH balanced and contain no parabens, petrochemicals, mineral oils, phthalates, sulfates, artificial colours or fragrances.

Evolu extends this ethos with their impact on the environment.  A carboNZero certified organisation, the skincare brand has been consciously considered right down to the packaging. Staying true to the mantra ‘reduce, re-use, recycle’, they seek to use recyclable materials whenever possible to minimise its impact on the environment.

Sharing Evolu’s passion for sustainability and the environment, Lisa will share her thoughts on what’s next for all things green, sustainability, and social responsibility in Aotearoa, as well as her own future plans.

Joining the five-time gold medallist, is Gemma Hoskins, marketing and campaign manager at Trees That Count – a nationwide initiative which aims to plant 200 million native trees to help protect New Zealand’s threatened biodiversity.

Evolu is a proud supporter of Trees That Count which alongside natural ingredients and consciously considered packaging helps reduce Evolu’s carbon footprint even further.

For more information, visit Evolu.com or follow @evoluskincare on Instagram.

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