Specials

Have a look at the Products page to take advantage of some of the current specials on selected items. 10% + on many items until the end of June or while stock lasts.

New products…

New products have been added to our online store, with many more on the way soon. Can’t wait!  We’re very excited about some of our long awaited new items, won’t be too long now. Pop onto our Products page to check what’s new at the moment.

Kiss Goodbye to MS

May is Kiss Goodbye to MS month, for MS Australia. Multiple Sclerosis is a disease which affects the central nervous system and can interfere with the transmission of nerve impulses throughout the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. This can affect people in varying degrees and varying ways,  often very frustratingly upredictable. There is worldwide research being conducted, but so far, no cure.

Schizophrenia Awareness week

This week,  14-20th May is Schizophrenia Awareness week. Schizophrenia is a mental illness, a medical condition. It affects the normal functioning of the brain, interfering with a person’s ability to think, feel and act. Some people do recover completely, and, with time and treatment, most find that their symptoms improve. However, for many, it is a prolonged illness which can involve years of distressing symptoms and disability for themselves and their families.

Neurofibromatosis Awareness Month

May is Neurofibromatosis Awareness Month. Neurofibromatosis is a common genetic condition, where there are 3 types,characterised by the growth of tumours which can grow anywhere on the body, and can cause varying and sometimes significant health problems.

Jelly Baby Month

May is also Jelly Baby Month, for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Supporting this month by purchasing Jelly Babies from participating retailers will help those with Type 1 Diabetes enjoy a better life, and hopefully find a cure.

Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness

May is Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Month. Crohn’s and Colitis are Infammatory Bowel Diseases which cause inflammation of the bowels and/or rectum, and can affect sufferers their entire life.  The theme for this year is “Can’t Wait”, conveying the key message that IBD sufferers cannot wait for consultation, diagnosis, toilet facilities and specialist care, while also promoting awareness.