So excited that we are now stocking Goldfieldandbanksaustralia , a luxury fragrance brand celebrating Australia’s natural beauty. We love the uniqueness of the scents, the divine packaging, and the fact that they can be worn by women AND men. Pop in and discover this amazing brand for yourself. Available now at Berwick Pharmacy and at our online store Kiana Beauty Melbourne .
Have you got sensitive skin that needs some help in the anti-ageing department? The new Avene PhysioLift skincare range smooths wrinkles, retightens the skin, and restores luminosity, all whilst being hypoallergenic, paraben-free and non-comedogenic. View our Avene skincare range via link below.
📷 pic credit My Fabulous Design
Diabetes is recognised as the world’s fastest growing chronic condition. The number of people with type 2 diabetes is growing in each country. In 2015, the International Diabetes Federation’s Diabetes Atlas estimated that:
Diabetes is the epidemic of the 21st century and also the biggest challenge confronting Australia’s health system. In Australia, 280 people develop diabetes every day. That’s one person every five minutes. More than 100,000 Australians have developed diabetes in the past year. The total annual cost impact of diabetes in Australia is estimated at $14.6 billion. Read More >
This incredible makeup range is now available at Berwick Pharmacy.
Experience perfection made personal with foundations, powders and primers that amplify the features you love most about yourself. These cosmetics will leave your skin looking flawless and absolutely glowing.
National Pain Week is convened by Chronic Pain Australia. They are dedicated to reducing the social and other barriers to living with chronic pain. You may be feeling quite isolated and ‘over it’ and feel that no one really understands your experience. You might even feel that people don’t believe you. Don’t despair, you aren’t crazy!
And you aren’t on your own either. The Chronic Pain Australia vision is that no Australian living with persistent pain should suffer alone or without access to resources and information which help them effectively manage their pain in a manner promoting dignity and self respect, regardless of age, gender, culture, belief, socio-economic or compensation status. Read More >
What saved Will was the fact that local and Mobile Intensive Care Ambulance (MICA) paramedics were available and not tied up with non-emergency calls. So save triple zero for emergencies, and help Ambulance Victoria’s paramedics save lives like Will’s. Read More >