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In Review 2022: 5 of the best podcasts

Sophie Smith
28 December 2022

2022 saw's podcast channel continue to bring inspiring stories, retail insights and conversations from beauty's most influential business leaders. As 2023 approaches, we've curated a list of our top five podcasts from 2022.

Rochelle Humes

Rochelle Humes, Founder, My Little Coco

Rochelle Humes isn’t just a former member of girl group The Saturdays and a current TV personality, she is also a fully-fledged beauty business owner. Her brand, My Little Coco, launched in 2020 and is known for its ever-evolving range of family-friendly skincare and lifestyle products.

In this episode of the In Conversation podcast from, Rochelle speaks about the inspiration behind My Little Coco, why she wanted to distance her name from the brand and what she’s learned so far as a business owner.

Simon Comins

Simon Comins, Chief Commercial Officer, Superdrug

Simon Comins is the Chief Commercial Officer at Superdrug. Having worked his way up from the shop floor, he has an extensive career history at the retailer. In his role as CCO, which he was appointed earlier this year, Simon works to ensure Superdrug stocks the most exciting selection of accessible health and beauty products on the high street.

In this episode of the In Conversation podcast from, Simon speaks about his journey up the career ladder at Superdrug, how the retailer decides which products to stock, why Superdrug is seeing strong growth and the importance of product value and accessibility.

Frédéric Fekkai

Frédéric Fekkai, Founder, Fekkai

Provence-born and Paris-trained Frédéric Fekkai first opened his groundbreaking namesake salon atop New York’s Bergdorf Goodman department store, creating the concept of beauty hospitality and revolutionising the industry standard for hair stylists. Fekkai is now continuing his legacy with a new mission to create the cleanest, most sustainable haircare that delivers salon performance to every customer.

In this episode of the In Conversation podcast from, Fekkai speaks about his early career, why he bought his brand back after originally selling it to P&G, the sustainability credentials of his products, innovations that are taking place behind-the-scenes at the brand and how those in the UK can take better care of their hair.

Charlotte Knight

Charlotte Knight, Founder, Ciaté London, Lottie London & Skin Proud

Charlotte Knight is a beauty entrepreneur and the founder of Ciaté London, Lottie London and Skin Proud. Her first brand, Ciaté London launched in 2009 and Lottie London in 2014, and are both known for their range of makeup and nail products. In 2020, Charlotte then entered the skincare market with the launch of her third and most recent brand, Skin Proud.

In this episode of the In Conversation podcast from, Charlotte speaks about her journey to launching three successful businesses, the differences between launching a brand in 2009 vs 2020, and how TikTok has benefitted her brands.

Shira Feuer, Chief Marketing Officer, Trinny London

Shira Feuer, Chief Marketing Officer, Trinny London

Shira Feuer is the Chief Marketing Officer at Trinny London. Founded in 2017 by Trinny Woodall, Trinny London aims to make consumers rethink their makeup and skincare routines. As CMO, Shira has utilised her skills that she built whilst at brand giants Burberry and The Walt Disney Company, to navigate the business through one of the beauty industry’s most uncertain times.

In this episode of the In Conversation podcast from, Shira speaks about what made her jump from Mickey Mouse to Trinny Woodall, how the business has expanded its range to include skincare, the marketing strategy behind a gradual product drop, how Trinny Tribes drive the business and what the future holds for Trinny London.

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