Chefs cook up new skin care range

Two trained Chefs, Graham Sachse and Grant Maxwell, have joined forces and over 20 years culinary experience in pursuit of a new food inspired journey.

They are whipping, dicing and blending up a new niche market for themselves by using all of their culinary knowledge and a passion for ingredients to create a new range of unisex skincare and home spa products under the label of Cheffresh Skincare.

Grant and Graham identified a gap in the skincare market and combined their experience to fill it. Organic, preservative-free food is on the rise and increasingly consumers are concerned and confused about the ingredients in their skin care products.

Cheffresh use healthy, high-quality food and plant based ingredients in their product range.

Based in Sydney, Cheffresh has a range of 20 fresh food-based products with menu-based names such as “3 in 1 Fat Free Body Dressing” and “Pumpkin and Carrot Seed Face Salad”.

All of the products are paraben, sulphate and petrochemical free and are handmade in small batches to ensure freshness.

Product retail prices range from $8 for a Thai Spiced Lip Balm up to $120 for the potent Q10 & Saffron Boost Serum.

The range includes cleansers, toners, moisturisers, body wash, scrubs and peels.

Cheffresh Skincare launched onto the Australian market at the Sydney Beauty and Spa Expo in September.

Contact: Cheffresh Skincare 1800 669 980.


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