Glossier Donated 10,000 Bottles Of Hand Cream To Healthcare Workers
Glossier announced their latest hand cream which was in process since last two years. Along with launching its latest product, they also donated 10,000 bottles of the hand cream to healthcare workers on the front line of coronavirus.
Since last month, they have been donating soothing skincare products to nurses and doctors suffering from bruised and irritated faces, because of wearing goggles and masks throughout the day. Now, the brand will ship the first 10,000 bottles of its hand cream to hospitals across the U.S.
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We’re grateful beyond measure for the healthcare workers on the front lines of COVID-19. Over the past month, we’ve donated thousands of Glossier balms, face mists, and moisturizers to support these teams. One of the most requested items is hand cream, something that’s been in the works at Glossier for nearly two years. We’re so excited to finally bring it into the world next Thursday, April 23. Starting today, we want to give the first 10,000 Hand Creams to the hands that need it most right now. If you work in a hospital in the U.S., click the link in our bio to sign up for you and your teammates. To the rest of our community, we can’t wait to bring Hand Cream to you next week! ✨ Update: Due to the amazing response we’ve received, we’ve reached our cap of 10,000 Hand Cream donations! We’ll be following up with the remaining applicants who are verified healthcare professionals✨
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While the initiative is solely based in U.S. at the moment, the brand is reportedly going to roll out similar support in the UK and have been donating thousands of products to NHS workers since the Coronavirus outbreak.