Catherine Olofsen has been practicing as a beauty therapist for the past 20 years. Originally from the Southern Highlands, where she worked in several day spas, she made the move to the Hilltops region and started Wombat Beauty in 2019.
Catherine’s business offers mobile beauty services that allow treatments in the comfort of your own home. This is the perfect solution for busy people who find it a challenge to get to the salons in town.
The other side of the beauty treatments is the business of natural beauty and personal care products, that are Catherine’s own label and are all packaged in recyclable or biodegradable packaging.
“I’m very passionate about my business being sustainable for the environment. My no waste deodorant and body butter bars are very popular with both the product and packaging being made by myself,” Catherine explains.
The inspiration for Wombat Beauty came through her passion for natural living, as health related illnesses led her to develop her own brand of natural beauty and personal care products that are free from nasty chemicals and carcinogens such as aluminium, petroleum based ingredients, parabens and more.
These products are available locally at The Young Regional Farmers Market, Wombat Regional Boutique Market and Juicy Lucy’s in Young.
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