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Becki Murray

Our contributing editor at The Tweakments Guide, Becki Murray is an experienced aesthetics and beauty editor, and one of the only UK beauty journalists to hold a diploma in cosmetic science. She is part of the Press Advisory Board for The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), an active member of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists, and a frequent attendee of leading industry events such as the Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress and the World Congress of Dermatology.

With over seven years of experience as a journalist, Becki covers skincare and aesthetics content for The Tweakments Guide, as well as for a selection of other print magazines and digital websites. She is also responsible for creating social and video-based content for beauty brands, media companies, and her own channels, focusing on demystifying beauty science.

Particularly passionate about tackling beauty misinformation – whether that’s about greenwashing, fearmongering about ingredients, or outdated attitudes around tweakments – Becki holds a top-tier Distinction grade in the industry-leading Diploma in Cosmetic Science from the Society of Cosmetic Scientists.

Thanks to her cosmetic science training and the expert understanding it gives her of the science behind these products and the associated marketing, legal, and packaging requirements, Becki creates content that cuts through the noise around the non-surgical treatments and beauty industry.

With proven success at helping educating readers about products and tweakments that are best for them based on their skin concerns and budget, she takes a particular interest in tackling the murky world of beauty claims. That way she can ensure customers really know what they are buying into. She is also passionate about interviewing other experts to get the first word on new, leading aesthetic treatments, as well as working to challenge common beauty myths and expose the truths behind popular but often false trends.

After graduating from the University of Bristol, Becki started her career as a beauty assistant at leading luxury fashion magazines Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country, where she rose to become beauty editor. It was here, while she covered a wide array of beauty topics for the titles’ print magazines and websites, that she discovered her particular interest in both aesthetics and beauty science, connecting with world-leading brands and experts in dermatology, cosmetic science, and plastic surgery in the process. During her tenure, she helped oversee the sell-out success of the Harper’s Bazaar beauty boxes and Best of the Best Beauty awards too, meaning she developed a good eye for what makes a product worth investing in.

Becki was then headhunted to work as the beauty innovation lead at the Hearst Institute, the scientific testing facility at Hearst UK (the publishing house of Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, ELLE and Harper’s Bazaar). Here you could find her 3D-scanning people’s faces to discover whether a face cream had actually reduced their wrinkles; testing hair growth serums using various rigs and image-based protocols to define what can really make your tresses longer; and putting the latest high-tech devices through their paces to ensure they did what they claimed.

Then, having finished her cosmetic science training, she left Hearst UK in 2022 to become a freelance beauty and aesthetic editor. Since then, she has worked as the contributing beauty editor for the luxury beauty and wellness title Citizen Femme; written for leading women’s and lifestyle titles including Women’s Health, HELLO, WhoWhatWear, and Tempus; and worked with top brands and organisations, such as Estee Lauder Travel Retail, DYSON, and the Soil Association.


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