We are open Grand Final Day

We are open Grand Final Day

Pharmacy news

28-09-2017

No tickets to the Grand Final? Us neither! We will be open and here to help you right through this weekend.

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Give skin a natural glow

Give skin a natural glow

Kiana Beauty Blog

Give skin a natural glow
Correct spots
Long-wearing
Oil-free yet moisturising
SPF 15 sun protection

Clinique Even Better Glow Light Reflecting Makeup SPF 15 is available now in over 20 shades // free shipping over $50 // Afterpay available Read More >

Spring is Here

Spring is Here

Pharmacy news

21-09-2017

Yay!!! Spring has finally arrived and what a sensational day it was in Melbourne today! Unfortunately, along with the sunshine 🌞 chirping birds 🐦 and blossoming flowers 🌼 comes those dreaded hayfever symptoms 😥
Choosing the right hayfever medication can seem overwhelming 😳Tablets, nasal sprays, eyedrops……there are so many products out there. What’s best for your hayfever symptoms? At Eden Rise Pharmacy we are more than happy to help and have you enjoying the gorgeous Spring days that lie ahead.

 

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Think F.A.S.T and act Fast

Think F.A.S.T and act Fast

Health & Wellness

“Stroke can affect Australians of any age. One in six will have a stroke in their lifetime?”

Stroke damages our brain. It is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability.

  • In 2017, there will be over 56,000 new and recurrent strokes – so 1 stroke every 9 minutes
  • Stroke kills more women than breast cancer
  • Stroke kills more men than prostate cancer
  • Around 65% of those living with stroke also suffer a disability that affects their capacity to do activities unassisted or to live independently.

V 3_1571_Think_F A S T _and_Act_FAST_2017_FINALstroke happens when the blood supply to our brain is interrupted or blocked by either a blood clot or plaque. Arteries delivering blood to the brain can then rupture causing the oxygenated blood carrying nutrients for your brain cells to be affected. Read More >