Livia Frith’s sustainable agency Eco Age features our founder Nat van Zee about her career as a make up artist for international fashion campaigns and shows with a natural make up kit. Written by actress and plant lover Lauren McCrostie.
Vanzeebeauty is featured in The Ethical Brand Bible written by fellow Dutch trailblazer Marieke Eyskoot, endorsed by ethical fashion pioneer Katherine Hamnett.
A big part of planning your wedding day style is considering your beauty look. Preparation for wedding glowing skin can start as much as 12 months in advance. We spoke to make up artist and natural beauty expert Nat van Zee how you can look naturally beautiful on your big day.
Check which natural beauty heroes Nat van Zee voted for as one of the judges on the expert panel for the Psychologies Real Natural Beauty & Wellness Awards 2018.
Learn about exfoliation, skin irritation triggers and fragrance in skincare
Having worked with stars like Lily Cole and Karlie Kloss, Nat Van Zee is no stranger to the spotlight. But, she’s making waves in the beauty industry with her commitment to clean beauty. Her goal? To make it more accessible than ever. Here, she talks to us about the nitty gritty of natural beauty…
An organic make over with Delphine @ftoxins for Elle Magazine.
Find out why we love you to ditch commercial beauty - full with petrochemicals - for certified organic, natural and plant based, kind for your skin and your baby's health.
Our go-to base products for palest to darkest beauties, with cream colour and and brow products staples.
In 2018 142 billion units of beauty packaging was produced by the beauty industry, according to WGSN. Euromonitor shares the majority of beauty packaging is not recycled.
We believe every change - however small - makes a difference, also it helps us to feel more empowered. Rather than stress out about the enormity or seemingly hopelessness of the situation.
The best action step we can take is to buy organic - whenever possible - besides buying less of course. Anything that is grown without pesticides or herbacides - toxins that negatively affect wildlife too - is better for our planet. This affects all consumer choice from food, clothes, cleaning, laundry products, beauty and personal care items. Mainstream beauty products contain many polymers, silicones and micro plastics in the product formulations that do not biodegrade and challenge our health too.