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New Holistic Beauty Approach Now Available

New Holistic Beauty Approach Now Available

Redox Beauty + Wellness opens their doors this week. They have a special approach to beauty and nutrition that aims to achieve optimum health for the body and mind.

Offering a unique combination of beauty therapy, nutrition and lifestyle management, Redox Beauty + Wellness is able to effectively manage and improve all elements of health and wellbeing in one clinic.

Owner and qualified Clinical Nutritionist and Beauty Therapist, Romy Grbic saw a gap in the market as existing operations only offer nutrition consultancy or beauty therapy.

“After eight years in the industry, I realised that no company offers a complete and holistic approach to health. Some focus on skin care and others pay attention to diet and nutrition and it’s not enough to just do half of the equation.

“With my qualifications, I’m able to offer an inside out and outside in approach to beauty and wellness. Meaning, I can help clients achieve beautiful skin not only today but long term as well.

“Your skin is your largest organ, and issues such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, pigmentation, ageing, dermatitis and rosacea can all be addressed and corrected with correct nutrition and topical skincare treatments.

“I’m so excited to be able to offer this service as I haven’t seen anyone else in the health and wellness industry do this successfully yet,” adds Grbic.

Redox Beauty + Wellness opens alongside H + Co Hairdressing run by Hayley Williams, a qualified hairdresser with over a decade of experience under her belt. H + Co Hairdressing aligns with Redox’s core values as it only uses eco friendly, animal friendly products.

“I’ve been asked why I chose the name Redox. It’s because it describes the action by which an antioxidant protects the body’s cells from free radical damage and that’s exactly what I’m aiming to do for my clients,” concludes Grbic.

Redox Beauty + Wellness is open Tuesday to Saturday with late nights available Tuesday and Thursday. Appointments can be made over the phone or online from today.

Redox Beauty + Wellness is located at 4/386 Richmond Road, Grey Lynn


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