Liz Earle, is known first and foremost for her passion for beauty, natural health and well-being, and also for her considerable charitable efforts. The bestselling author of over 30 books covering a wide variety of health, beauty and lifestyle issues, Liz was approached to be an early 'dragon' on the popular BBC series, Dragon's Den and is an established broadcaster. She has hosted numerous daytime television programmes and is a regular contributor to BBC news, TV and radio current affair broadcasts.
Showing entrepreneurial spirit from an early age, Liz co-founded and created the award-winning Liz Earle Beauty Co. in 1995. The range was the first skincare line to be launched on television (QVC the shopping channel) and remains a bestselling skincare range. Featuring a high proportion of natural, ethically-sourced ingredients, the company grew from small beginnings into Britain's largest independent beauty brand, employing over 600 people - the majority of which are women. In 2007, Liz Earle was awarded an MBE in recognition of her services to the beauty industry and she received an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from Portsmouth University in 2009. The beauty brand was sold to Avon in 2010, with Liz remaining a consultant involved in new product development and promotions for global expansion.
Developing the talent pipeline for women
The beauty industry
"Liz Earle was a fantastic speaker, very passionate and down to earth, as well as inspirational. She received positive comments from both men and women (44% female audience) afterwards and I've been receiving emails commending our choice (from men and women). One 'all-male' table even asked her to sit with them after the speech because they wanted to chat with her more about her comments and she happily did so!" CBI
Juicing: Liz Earle's Quick Guides
New Vital Oils: Discover How Just a Few Drops a Day Can Ensure You Look and Feel Great!
Liz Earle's Natural Beauty: A Practical Step-by-step Guide to Making Lotions, Balms, Tonics and Oils
Liz Earle's Lifestyle Guide
Vitamins and Minerals
Liz presents in English
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UK : £7k to £15k
Europe : £7k to £15k
US : £15K to £30K
Asia/Middle East : £15K to £30K
In 1994 Liz co-founded the Guild of Health Writers, was the Guild's first Vice-Chairman and was also a co-founder of FLAG, the Food Labelling Agenda, which campaigned at a government level for clear, comprehensive and meaningful food labelling. She is known for her botanical research and support of various dermatology projects at institutions including Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children and St Mary's Hospital, Portsmouth. She is an Ambassador for The Soil Association, The Sustainable Food Trust, the National Eczema Society, the National Osteoporosis Society, The Prince's Trust and Restart Africa, as well as a newly-appointed Patron of ACE Africa. In 2010, Liz founded the UK charity, LiveTwice, to offer opportunity to the disadvantaged, operating both in the UK and overseas.
Her latest business ventures include a range of ethically-sourced jewellery (including a collaboration with British jeweller Boodles) and the online lifestyle website, Liz Earle Wellbeing (www.lizearlewellbeing.com), which sees her returning to book and on-line publishing, focusing on food and sustainable farming.
Liz lives on a thriving organic, pasture-fed livestock farm in the West Country and juggles work life with bringing up a family of five children, together with her film-maker and photographer husband Patrick.