8 of the hottest products right now, as voted by beauty lovers

The results of the inaugural Vogue Beauty Awards are in. Here are eight winning products you need to know about.

With an elite judging panel and more than 120,000 votes cast in the People’s Choice category, Australia’s standout beauty products been decided.

Forty products across five categories were showcased in the awards, including cult classics and emerging brands at a variety of price points.

“Our intention with these awards was to showcase what is big in beauty right now, who is big in beauty right now, highlighting a large variety of incredible products at different price points for our readers; the fact that we were able to showcase some incredible Australian brands too was a bonus,” Vogue Australia digital director Francesca Wallace says.

Here are eight of the products voted top of their class by fans and judges, all of which can be purchased at Chemist Warehouse.

Standout winners from the 2023 Vogue Beauty Awards

Best face cleanser (People’s Choice)

CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser

CeraVe’s signature cleanser contains hydrating ceramides, hyaluronic acid and glycerin.

cereve cleanser

Best fragrance (Judging Panel)

Chanel No.5 Eau de Parfum

It doesn’t get more timeless and legendary than Chanel No.5, which is why the fragrance continues to hold up more than 100 years since its  inception.

Featuring top notes of ylang-ylang, neroli, bergamot and peach, the fragrance is feminine, powdery floral goodness.

Best fragrance (People’s Choice)

Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Eau De Toilette

Fresh with a subtle fruity zest, Daisy Dream has an overall aquatic feel, with top notes of blackberry, pear and grapefruit, middle notes of wisteria, litchi and jasmine and base notes of musk, white wood and coconut water.

Daisy dream

Best shampoo and conditioner (Judging Panel)

Kérastase Resistance Bain Force Architecte

Suitable for regular use, the range is designed to strengthen damaged hair by helping to rebuild the fibre in addition to preventing future damage.

kerastase shampoo

Best shampoo and conditioner (People’s Choice)

Olaplex No.4 Shampoo & Olaplex No.5 Conditioner

What’s great about this shampoo and conditioner is they are free of irritants like sulphur and parabens and formulated with the same bond-building ingredients that are used in professional Olaplex treatments.

Best dry shampoo (People’s Choice)

Batiste Original Dry Shampoo

The Batiste Dry Shampoo range has expanded to include different colours, scents and formulas since it first became popular, but in the eyes of voters, the original is still the best.

Best hair oil (Judging Panel)

L’Oreal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Treatment

Boasting an accessible price point, the multi-use oil can both style and treat the hair for the ultimate shine factor.

Best hair oil (People’s Choice)

Olaplex No.7 Bonding Oil

Another Olaplex standout, the oil contains bond-building ingredients that help treat the hair in addition to working as both a styling oil and heat protectant.

olaplex bonding oil

To see the full list of winners purchase the June issue of Vogue (on stands today) or visit vogue.com.au/beautyawards.

Written by Charlotte Brundrett, Beauty Editor