We are so proud to announce that we have won Best Pharmacy & Health website in the 2016 Online Retail Awards.
These are the only international awards dedicated to rewarding retailers and web designers for excellent web, tablet and mobile sites and an outstanding online presence.
We are thrilled to let you know that we have won awards in The Green Parent Natural Beauty Awards 2016.
We have won;
- a GOLD award for NATorigin Pencil Eye Liner,
- a GOLD award for NATorigin Powder Eyeshadow,
- a GOLD award for NATorigin Nail Enamel.
An independent panel of beauty experts tried out thousands of products before selecting the winners and will write about their experiences. They were looking for the cleanest, greenest and most effective natural products from over 100 of the top natural and organic brands in a range of 40 categories. From hair and skincare to pregnancy and baby, their decisions and reviews will be published in The Green Parent Magazine’s Beauty Supplement this month on the 15th July.
Who are The Macular Society?
Running from the 27th June to the 3rd of July, this year’s Macular Week organised by The Macular Society aims to raise awareness of an eye condition relating to the macula – an important but very small area for seeing at the back of the eye.This condition known as macular degeneration affects 600,000 people in the UK, many of whom rely on The Macular Society for support and advice through their large print, audio or online articles and newsletters, just email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring their telephone helpline (0300 3030 111). They also offer confidential telephone counselling sessions and nationwide support groups.
At the recent Vision Pioneer Awards, the individual finalists and teams gathered at The Grange Tower Hotel in London for an awards evening. They are all at the forefront of eye health and sight loss best practice, working alone or in hospital eye clinics around the country. They strive to constantly innovate and improve the support and treatment offered to those presenting with eye health problems, often including those who are blind or partially sighted but have been previously overlooked.