QV Skincare hosted a VIP event earlier this week to launch its new QV everyday: Where beautiful skin begins promotional campaign. The function was held at QV Women’s Centre – QV Skincare’s original birthplace, the former Melbourne Queen Victoria Hospital site, and was hosted by TV personality Rebecca Judd. The intimate high tea celebrated QV Skincare’s evolution from humble beginnings to its current status as a proudly Australian made and owned brand, providing beautiful skin for more than 35 years. Guests were educated by parenting expert Jodie Benveniste about the benefits of Skin on SKin from birth and beyond, while midwife Clare Thorp demonstrated the art of baby massage. Pictured above at the event are Alan Oppenheim, md of Ego Pharmaceuticals; Rebecca Judd; and Parent Wellbeing director Jodie Benveniste.
THE Pharmacy Guild of Australia has formally urged the Queensland government to establish a Pharmacy Council, with the move said to bring the state into line with all other Australian jurisdictions as well as “play an important role in bridging health gaps where pharmacies’ competencies could assist a health system under pressure”.