The awards were hosted in association with UK-based Soil Association and Natural Products Magazine and took place at London's Olympia on 11 April.
Spanning 17 categories, including Best New Natural Beauty Product and Best New Packaging Design, winners were decided by visitors to the show during the day.
Evolve Beauty scoops packaging award
British eco-brand Evolve Beauty scooped the Best New Packaging Design award for its range of 14 skin, body and hair products.
The packaging for the product range is made entirely from 100 percent recycled plastic, and was supplied by packaging companies M&H Plastics and Promens.
Promens supplied a recycled airless bottle, which is claimed to be an industry first. M&H Plastics supplied the 200ml petal-shaped bottles made from 100 percent PCR, and jars made from 100 percent PIR (post industrial recycled) PP.
“We are delighted to win the packaging design award as it recognises that recycled packaging can still look beautiful whilst being kind to the environment,” said Laura Rudoe, the managing director of Evolve Beauty.
Butterflies Healthcare and Botanicals named winners
Butterflies Healthcare, a supplier of cosmetics for sensitive skin, received the Best New Natural Beauty Product award for its NATorigins pencil eyeliner.
According to the company, the eyeliner is formulated with a minimum of 97 percent naturally sourced ingredients and is extremely tolerant, making it suitable for those with sensitive skin and eyes.
Winning twice was natural and organic skincare company Botanicals, which was crowned a winner in both the Best Organic Facial Skincare Product category and Best Organic Bodycare Product category for its Rose & Camellia cleansing mask and Mint & Tea Tree foot balm respectively.
The foot balm combines organic shea butter, cold-pressed organic oils, and natural vitamin E. According to the company, the balm is concentrated, so only a small amount is needed.
The cleanser is particularly suitable for dry to mature skin types, says Botanicals, which claims the mask ‘penetrates the skin's lower layers, removing impurities and restoring natural balance’.