To celebrate the brand now being stocked nationally at Coles and Woolworths, QV Baby hosted a spectacular garden party for influential mums and mothers to be in Melbourne last week.

Hosted by media personality, Abbey Gelmi, the event featured a sit down brunch; educational Q&A with specialist dermatologist, Dr Deshan Sebaratnam, and midwife and childbirth educator, Erin Phibbs; alongside face painting, pop up shop and a disco perfect for adults and kids alike to let their hair down.

The educational morning event, hosted at a private residence in Melbourne, was attended by Sarah Davidson, Lisa De Sanctis, Sophia Pafitis, Mikayla Crisp,  Natalie Docherty, with many guests bringing their children to enjoy the festivities.

QV Senior Brand Manager, Kira Torpy says, “There’s nothing more important to a parent than the health and happiness of their children. It can be overwhelming listening to all the opinions and wading through all the options so we’re proud to have the trusted endorsement of pediatricians for our baby range.”

“We were thrilled to host this event and invite some of our favourite personalities to enjoy brunch and a memorable day out that not only educates them about the importance of baby skincare but encourages them take a break from the daily grind of parenthood and connect and celebrate with other like minded parents,” Torpy concluded.

The QV Baby range of gentle hydrating cleansers, moisturisers and barrier creams is specially developed for babies' delicate skin. Recommended by paediatricians, every one of the QV Baby products are free from colour, fragrance and other common irritants, helping to keep the bub’s skin happy and feeling healthy.

Parents all over Australia can now find the QV Baby range at Coles and Woolworths, or their local pharmacy.

Find out more about the QV Baby skincare range here