The Davines Group Produces Sanitising Gel for Coronavirus Pandemic
The Davines Group has announced it is producing hand sanitiser gel to support the coronavirus pandemic.
The Davines Group, which consists of hair and skincare brands Davines, Skin Regimen and Comfort Zone, has produced over 100,000 of its Good Hope Gel hand sanitising gel, which will be donated to its community and charities, as well as the NHS.
Currently, 50,000 units of the Davines Group sanitising gel are being delivered to partners, customers and collaborators of the group, as well as to charities in collaboration with the ‘Solidarity Forum’ from the company’s hometown of Parma. This includescare homes,the Red Cross, the Yellow Cross, Intercal, Bethany Community, Public Assistance and associations helping immigrants.
An additional 60,000 units will be distributed in the coming weeks to other charities and the international Davines, Comfort Zone and Skin Regimen community, including the NHS in the UK.
The group is one of the latest in the hair industry to aid the NHS, with many hair salons, barbershops and hair brands providing free haircuts to NHS workers after the lockdown and providing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), such as gloves and masks, to those that need it most on the front line.
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