Chemist Warehouse held a fabulous sit-down luncheon at The Commons Collective in Melbourne to celebrate the launch of the newly repackaged QV Face products. Hosted by former Model & Digital Creator Sarita Holland, the event was graced by special guests including renowned beautician Tre Dellas, athlete Amy Pejkovic, fashion stylist Victoria Latu, and lifestyle influencer Emmylou MacCarthy.
Sensitive skin is a common concern for many individuals and finding the right skincare products can often be a challenging task. However, the QV Face range has long been recognised for its gentle and nourishing formulations that cater to sensitive skin types. With the latest repackaging, QV Face has not only enhanced the effectiveness of their products but also given them a fresh and modern look.
QV Face ambassador, Sarita Holland spoke passionately about her personal experience with the products. Having sensitive skin herself, she acknowledged the challenges of finding skincare that doesn’t cause irritation or breakouts. Sarita praised the QV Face range for its ability to cleanse, moisturise, and protect without compromising the skin’s natural balance.
Throughout the luncheon, guests had the opportunity to personally experience the QV Face products and see the impressive newly branded range firsthand. The revamped range includes a gentle cleanser, an enriching moisturiser, and a daily defence cream with SPF 30. These products work together to cleanse, hydrate, and protect sensitive skin, leaving it feeling nourished and rejuvenated.
Chemist Warehouse’s partnership with QV Face has undoubtedly brought forth a skincare range that caters to the needs of those with sensitive skin. The sit-down luncheon provided a platform for industry professionals and influencers to come together and celebrate the latest advancements in skincare. With the newly repackaged QV Face range, individuals with sensitive skin can now confidently embrace a skincare routine that is both effective and luxurious.
By Melinda Sullivan