Naturopath Eniko Nehez is set to officially launch her botanically based, locally made skincare line at the City of Perth Surf Life Saving Club in City Beach on October 21.
The evening will give guests an opportunity to mingle, hear from industry professionals on the key factors for good health and to leave the evening with a gift bag valued over $79.
Eniko will tell her own story, starting from humble roots in a Hungarian village in the Carpathian Mountains, before migrating to Australia at the age of 22 and pursuing a career in the beauty industry.
ENIKO products on display.
She will then introduce guests to her newly formulated and expanded range of botanically-based skincare products as well as herbal elixirs and talk about the scientific and holistic basis on which ENIKŌ products have been developed.
Eniko will also provide lifestyle hints to aid skin and general health longevity.
Following the presentation, guests can tour the space and learn and try ENIKŌ products on display at various stations to discover their benefits.
Guests are invited to the official launch of ENIKŌ Skincare.
Discounts will be available on products bought on the night with 10 per cent going to Rotary's "My Home" project which provides housing for homeless people.
Tickets which sell for $59 include a complimentary sparkling wine on entry, freshly shucked oysters and canapes while enjoying the ocean view of a City Beach sunset.
Additional drinks will be on sale and there will be canapés, live oyster shucking from 6pm to 7pm and a gift bag including a complimentary ENIKŌ product.
Eniko Nehez at work.
Eniko came to Australia after meeting her now husband, while he was visiting relatives in the same village in the Carpathian Mountains.
In Australia she took on a host of domestic work while attending English language classes, before pursuing a career in the beauty industry, studying at the Australian College of Beauty Therapy.
Eniko went on to establish a successful boutique skin therapy business.
In 2009 in between work Eniko began studying for a Bachelor of Health Science majoring in Naturopathy, graduating in 2016.
She was acknowledged for 'Excellence in Clinical Research' by BioCeuticals and has since been successfully treating patients while also pursuing further education in IPL therapy, Skin Needling and Skin Microbiology, specialising in Rosacea and Corneotherapy.
Eniko's practice provides health consultations either exclusively or in conjunction with skin therapy, taking an evidence-based approach with great emphasis on clinical research.