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Is your baby scratchy?

Pharmacy news

13-08-2019

If you’ve got a scratchy baby, you might want to try the Stelatopia range by Mustela.

Formulated to replenish lipids in red, patchy skin, it contains Avocado Perseose and Sunflower Oil Distillate to soothe and calm eczema-prone skin.

Speak to one of our team to learn more about the Mustela Baby range and see if it’s suitable for your family.

📸 photo credit @thefrenchfolk via Mustela Australia

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Learn about Impromy Weight Loss Program

Our pharmacy services

13-06-2019

If you’ve been thinking about leading a healthier lifestyle, consider the Impromy Weight Loss Program .

Developed in collaboration with the CSIRO, the Impromy program focuses on improving health through weight loss and good nutrition.

And our Impromy consultants with be right there with you, from the initial appointment m where your blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels will be checked, and then to provide guidance with consultations throughout the program. Read More >

Bowel cancer screening

Health & Wellness

13-08-2019

 
  • Bowel cancer is the second most common cause of cancer in Australia.
  • More than ninety per cent of bowel cancers can be successfully treated if they are found early.
  • For most people, screening for bowel cancer involves a simple, at-home screening test. 
  • The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) sends free tests in the mail to people aged 50 – 74, every two years.
  • The NBCSP bowel cancer screening test kit looks for traces of blood in the bowel movement which could be a sign of bowel cancer.
  • Participation in the NBCSP is the most effective way people aged 50–74 can prevent bowel cancer. 
     
 

Bowel cancer is the second most common cause of cancer in Australia, with around 100 people dying from the disease each week. Once you reach 50 years of age, your risk of bowel cancer increases.

Screening for bowel cancer in people who do not have any symptoms and are between 50 and 74 years helps to detect cancer early. More than 90 per cent of bowel cancers can be successfully treated if they are detected early.

The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) sends free bowel cancer screening tests in the mail to eligible people between the ages of 50 and 74 years. From 2020, all eligible people between 50 and 74 years will receive free tests every two years. Read More >

Footy Colours day coming soon

Health Weeks

08-08-2019

Have you got any unwanted books or puzzles lying around? We’d love for you to donate them to our Footy Colours Day stall on 16th August.

All proceeds will be donated to Fight Cancer Foundation , a great cause which helps children continue their education during cancer treatment.

Over the last seven years, we’ve raised a total of over $24,000, and we’d love to set a new record this year.

Books and puzzles can be dropped off at Eden Rise Pharmasave Pharmacy or Berwick Pharmacy .

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Congrats Olieve and Olie!

Kiana Beauty Blog

13-08-2019

We spied some Olieve & Olie goodness on The Block last night!

Both @mitchandmark and @eliseandmatt chose to style their en-suites with Olieve & Olie products.

Maybe it’s the sexy, minimalist packaging, maybe they wanted to support a brand that hand makes their products on the Mornington Peninsula, or maybe they love the scents.

Congrats to Kate and the team at Olieve & Olie . We’ve known how awesome you guys are for a long time. Now the rest of Australia can find out too.

📸 pics via @theblock

https://www.kianabeauty.com.au/collections/olieve-olie

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