Irish Made Awards: Beauty Finalists


Get to know the 10 homegrown beauty brands that are finalists in the Irish Made Awards before casting your vote

More and more, Irish beauty brands are ticking all the boxes when it comes to efficacy, sustainability and affordability. Here read about the beauty brands that wowed the Irish Made Awards judges this year, before voting for your favourite. 


AyuGlo self tan includes vitamin E and truffle oil to nourish the skin, and is scented with a mix of rose, geranium, iris and peony. The tan, made in Co Mayo, is available in liquid and mousse formulas and and in two shades, light/medium and dark. ayu.ieAyuglo


Dublin Herbalists

Dublin Herbalists products nurture, indulge and rejuvenate the skin. The range is created and blended by hand in Mullinahone, South Tipperary, using floral waters,
natural butters, and active ingredients. dublinherbalists.ieDublin Herbalists



Hawthorn Handmade Skincare

Elaine Kennedy produces natural skincare products at her family farm in Co Mayo at the foot of the Partry Mountains. The range targets a range of skincare and wellbeing concerns, with collections aiming to rejuvanate, calm and nourish the skin. hawthornhandmadeskincare.comHawthorn Handmade Skincare


Herbal Earth

Herbal Earth is focused on people with sensitive skin, providing natural, eco-friendly, science-backed formulas that protect, soothe, and help repair the skin barrier. Founder Nancy O’Reilly creates each product in her dedicated facility on her land in Co Mayo.


Mervue Organic

Based in Galway, Mervue Organic is a small company that is vegan, certified organic by Cosmos and carries the Leaping Bunny Cruelty Free symbol. The plant-based, botanical formulas incorporate plant oils and nutritient rich fruits to promote healthy skin.

Nunaïa Beauty

Nunaïa is a 100% plant-based skincare ritual. Based on the shores of Lough Derg in Co Tipperary, founder Nicola Connolly worked as a sustainability consultant for over a decade. The range combines the latest in green beauty technology with ingredients sourced sustainably from the Amazon Rainforest and the Andes in Peru.

Oxmantown Skincare

Amy Cahill creates all Oxmantown Skincare products by hand in her workshop in Stoneybatter, Dublin. The natural, cruelty-free brand is based on active botanical ingredients that are kind to skin, using sustainable, ethically sourced ingredients.

Rí na Mara

The Rí na Mara range is made with Irish-sourced ingredients, packed with the benefits of seaweed, including vitamins A, B,C, D, and E, proteins, amino acids, and a rich collection of minerals, iron, calcium, and iodine.


Seabody harnesses the skincare and wellness benefits of Irish seaweed, to create science-led, high efficacy beauty products. The cruelty-free, plant-based products are made with handharvested seaweed, supporting Ireland’s coastal communties.


A family-run business based on the coast in Co Leitrim, Sealore uses luxurious marine concentrates that work to soothe, nourish and strengthen even the most sensitive skin.    .


Jennifer Rock’s groundbreaking Skingredients brand includes two Irish-made products, the PreProbiotic Cleanse Hydrating Cleanser and Sally Cleanse 2% Salicylic Acid Oil Control Cleanser.

Soft Paws Cosmetics

Made in Wexford, Soft Paws is a range of soaps, body butters, bath salts and more. Soft Paws has a shop in the Craft Courtyard at Wells House and Gardens, and a second one in Wexford town.

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