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Functional Beauty: a life-cycle approach to eco and ethical nutricosmetics

In this panel of the Sustainable Beauty Inside Out event, we focused on brands’ perspectives on sustainability and how they make it a big part of their business models.

We were joined by Toni Carroll, the CEO and founder of My Beauty Luv, a luxury beauty supplements brand from South Africa, introducing the philosophy of slow beauty, and by Firdevs Dursun a Marketing Manager from Florêve Paris, a nutricosmetics company that combines ancestral beauty rituals from Asia and cutting-edge french pharmaceutical technologies.


00:00 Welcome to the panel and speaker intro

2:45 How to define sustainability and a sustainable brand?

8:25 You either are or you are not sustainable – sustainability is a journey (My Beauty Luv)

6:40 Sustainability is a journey (Flore de Paris)

18:45 What is the business standpoint  of sustainability?

22:40 Does sustainability help or hurt the business?

26:45 How big of a factor is sustainability in consumers’ buying decisions?

35:05 Can sustainability be one of the brand’s main value propositions?

41:30 Wrap up


Explore the diverse facets of sustainability in the beauty industry with our ‘Sustainable Beauty Inside Out Series.’ This engaging series featured four enlightening discussions, each shedding light on different aspects of sustainability. We delved into the complexities of regulations, explored the eco-conscious efforts of brands, examined the supply chain’s role including manufacturers and packaging, and concluded with an insightful session on material science with Dr. Chris DeArmit, uncovering truths about sustainable practices.

The event was hosted by Matic Batagelj, a business strategist, currently serving as a marketing advisor and strategist at Tosla Nutricosmetics as well as the co-host of Nutricosmetics 2030 Show.




Nutricosmetics 2030 is an industry-specific content platform started by Tosla Nutricosmetics, including live and online events as well as The Nutricosmetics 2030 Show, a bi-weekly podcast, where we discuss various aspects of their work, from products, development, and science to business and marketing. Whether you’re a professional in the field, a conscious consumer, or just curious about the next big thing in beauty, this podcast is your go-to source for meaningful conversations that matter.



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