In honor of International Women’s Day, luxe skincare brand Noble Panacea has launched a podcast titled Think Beautifully, which is centered on highlighting smart voices and empowering conversations to elevate and celebrate women in 2022.
Since the brand’s inception, Noble Panacea has set out to make our world a better place by pioneering and contributing to philanthropic causes that uplift and support women and young females. In partnership with Girl Up, a nonprofit founded by the United Nations, Noble Panacea is dedicated to the global empowerment of girls’ development through education. Together, Noble Panacea and Girl Up have been working at a grassroots level to globally empower girls’ development through educational programming and has also launched STEM scholarships that have been awarded to young girls within the Girl Up Scholarship Fund.
The Think Beautifully Podcast, hosted by Noble Panacea CEO Céline Talabaza, will launch with the first episode featuring actress and brand ambassador Jodie Comer, in which she reveals her superpower, what authenticity means to her, and how beauty starts from within. Listen to the first episode HERE, and it can also be found on Spotify and Apple Podcast. Global brand ambassador Jodie Comer says during the debut episode: “Think Beautifully reminds me of a Roald Dahl quote: If you think good thoughts, they will shine out of your face like sunbeams, and you will always look lovely.”
Noble Panacea has supported philanthropic organization Girl Up, a nonprofit funded by the United Nations since the brands launch in 2019. Melissa Kilby, Executive Director of Girl Up, says “We’re not waiting for girls and women to be the leaders of tomorrow, they’re leading today. One empowered girl leader at a time.” Noble Panacea is making their contribution to empower, engage and train girls in STEM programming through education and scholarship funding.
Noble Panacea is proud to recognize the five Girl Up scholarship winners from the STEM 2021 Scholarship Fund : Muthoni Mwangi (Kenya), Delicia Mwanyika (Tanzania), Harshitha Manjula Rajappa (London), Pranjal Gadge (India) and Luciana Loera (Mexico). In 2022, Noble Panacea will sponsor an additional five young leaders of tomorrow, never wavering their commitment to making the world a better place for every girl, everywhere.
“It’s important to engage girls and young women in STEM, not just to bridge the gender gap, but to invite more minds and ideas to create solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges. When girls rise, we all rise.” said Melissa Kilby
About Noble Panacea
Noble Panacea was founded on the laudable research of Sir Fraser Stoddart, who was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his lifework researching molecular motion – and has since overseen the development of Noble Panacea. Harnessing the power of Organic Super Molecular Vessel™ (OSMV) Technology, that protects and precisely delivers high-powered ingredients to the skin for tenfold efficacy and +200% penetration in three collections: The Brilliant, The Absolute and The Exceptional.
Sustainability: Green Chemistry & Partnership with TerraCycle
Each Noble Panacea product is packed in an Active Daily Dose System to preserve formula potency and deliver the precise volume necessary for optimal results. Noble Panacea create all elements of the brand with intention and deep respect for the natural world by adhering to the 12 Principles of Green Chemistry, committing to sustainability at each stage in their manufacturing process, and ensuring that their Active Daily Doses are 100% recyclable through a partnership with TerraCycle</strong> and by using plastic free, starch based boxes that are refillable. All products are cruelty-free and free from fragrance, parabens, silicones, GMOs, dyes or artificial colorants, formaldehyde donors or formaldehyde releasing agents, SLS/SLES, synthetic and natural fragrance, essential oils, EDTA, alcohol, ethoxylates, nitrates, mineral oil, petroleum, phthalates, polyethylene beads, propylene glycol, gluten.
Mentorship: Partnership with GIRL UP, a United Nations Foundation Non-profit Org
Over the course of Sir Fraser Stoddart’s career, he is proud to have mentored over 500 students from 50 countries in the field of science. Noble Panacea works with Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation non-profit, positioning girls to be leaders in the movement for gender equality. Noble Panacea and Girl Up will be working to globally empower girls’ development through education.