Liz Earle MBE is a global brand pioneer; co-founder of the multi-award winning eponymous beauty brand, she is also the editor of her own magazine, a podcaster, charity philanthropist and best-selling author of over 35 books.
An expert in her field and an inspirational female entrepreneur, Liz can speak on a range of topics and will captivate audiences of all ages and industries.
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In 1995, Liz Earle and her friend Kim Buckland founded the Liz Earle Naturally Active Skincare, which soon became the Liz Earle Beauty Co. which they led for 15 years before selling the business to Avon. Liz continued to work for the company until the business was sold again to Walgreens Boots Alliance, after which she left to start another self-titled company, Liz Earle Wellbeing.
Throughout the Liz Earle Beauty Co journey, they have stuck to their core beliefs that ingredients should be responsibly sourced, and all product creation, packaging and promoting should be as sustainable as possible to limit their environmental impact.
Since its creation, the Liz Earle company has won over 200 awards including the Beauty Insiders’ Choice award, InStyle Best Beauty Buy for 2014, Woman and Home magazine awards, RSVP Beauty award, InStyle magazine’s Best Facial Exfoliator award, Beauty Shortlist Award of 2014, Which? best online retailer of 2011 and a Vogue Beauty Lifetime Achievement Award 2018.
Liz has published over 35 bestselling books including The Good Menopause Guide (2018) and The Good Gut Guide (2017) which both went to number one, Skin: Delicious Recipes & the Ultimate Wellbeing Plan for Radiant Skin in 6 Weeks (2016), New Vital Oils: The Ultimate Guide to Radian Beauty and Health (2002) and Liz Earle’s Lifestyle Guide (1995) amongst many others.
She has also released a number of quick wellbeing guides on topics such as cellulite, detoxing, eczema, food allergies, healthy hair, making your own skincare, menopause symptoms, natural herbs, PMS, post-natal health, vegetarian cooking, vitamins and weight loss.
It is through Liz’s second company that she owns and edits a health and wellbeing magazine, runs a podcast, sells Fairtrade jewellery and writes books and guides around healthy living and wellbeing.
One of her main jobs since leaving the Liz Earle Beauty Co is as the editor of the internationally published Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine. Built on over three decades of experience, the magazine provides readers with award-winning advice and research on mental health, physical wellbeing, eating well, seasonal recipes, fitness, gut health and how to bring out the very best of you. She is also the founder of Liz Earle Fair and Fine, a popular range of ethically-sourced, Fairtrade gold and silver botanical jewellery.
Liz is best known on our TV screens for appearing on ITV’s This Morning, first alongside Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan in 1990 and again from 2015 with her regular Inside-Out beauty slot. A miniseries, Who Wants to Live Forever?, filmed in Italy and Greece on how to live well for longer also screened on the popular daytime show in 2018.
In between appearing on This Morning, she hosted the first UK television programme dedicated to beauty, BBC1’s Beautywise (1992), as well as hosting her own show, Liz Earle’s Lifestyle for three series. She has also appeared on A-Z of Food and Beauty, Lorraine (2017), Countryfile (2018) and GMTV (1996).
She also hosts her own podcast, The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show, where she speaks with leading experts from the world of wellbeing to bring listeners hints and tips that they can trust. She covers everything from fitness to gut health, the menopause and your mood.
Liz uses her public status to draw attention to a number of important charities and causes. In 1994 she co-founded the Guild of Health Writers and of FLAG, the Food Labelling Agenda, which campaigns at a government level for clear food labelling. In 2010, she founded the UK charity LiveTwice which offers skills training to disadvantaged people both in the UK and overseas. She is an ambassador of The Menopause Charity and was a witness to the signing of the Menopause Workplace Pledge at the House of Comms. She is also a patron and ambassador for charities including Ace Africa, The Soil Association, The Sustainable Food Trust, Love British Food, The Prince’s Trust, CURE International, the Centre for Social Justice, Restart Africa and The National Osteoporosis Society.
– Sustainability and the Environment
– Women in Business
– Health and Wellbeing
– Skincare and Beauty
– Female Health and the Menopause
– Business Management and Leadership
In her keynote speeches and event talks, Liz explores her business journey from beauty brands to books to jewellery designer, the importance of having brand values, as well as maintaining your physical and mental health and wellbeing.
Liz Earle was an inspiring speaker as well as proving an excellent facilitator of a panel of local business women in our Guernsey event. We have had very positive feedback to both events and everyone left inspired and with some great takeaways both personally and from a business perspective.