Skincare company Seilich in the running for a RSPB Nature of Scotland Award

Scottish skincare company Seilich has just become the first beauty brand to ever be shortlisted for a RSPB Nature of Scotland Award

Edinburgh-based Seilich, which was founded by botanist Dr. Sally Gouldstone, has been shortlisted in the Business Award category for its use of natural ingredients which support nature conservation.

The shortlist for the 2021 awards represents a cross-section of businesses, charities, the public sector and people working towards conserving the country’s unique wildlife and natural environment.

The Seilich wildflower meadow

Sally also previously became the first UK entrepreneur to achieve Wildlife Friendly™ Certification from the Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network for her products.

Nature is at the heart of everything Sally does – with all products, which now also include herbal tea and room mists, originating from Seilich’s own wildflower meadow in the Lothians of Scotland.

Thanks to the brand’s ethical credentials, Seilich was also crowned Best Natural Skincare Company in the Good Health Magazine Wellbeing Awards 2021.

To discover more about what it is that Sally does so well, read her blog on sustainability in the skincare sector.

And look out for her new column in the Spring issue of Good Health, Wellbeing & The Great Outdoors.

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Lynda Hamilton Parker is an award-winning PR consultant, journalist, editor and publisher based in Scotland. She is the founding publishing editor of Good Health Magazine.

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