Clarins donated hand sanitizers for healthcare workers

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Due to the increasing number of coronavirus patients, hospitals are experiencing shortages of important supplies, such as hand sanitizer. Many hospitals are even asking for and accepting donations of N95 masks and other supplies.

To help fight against the spread of COVID-19, major beauty companies, like Clarins, are now starting to repurpose their manufacturing facilities to make hand sanitizer.

During this international health crisis related to the Covid-19, as a socially responsible company, French Maison Clarins have decided that their industrial sites in Pontoise as well as in Strasbourg and Amiens will help deliver hand sanitizer to French hospitals.

A big THANK YOU to our production and R&D teams as well as hospitals staff for their engagement amid these exceptional circumstances! Thanks to them, to our suppliers and carriers, we are proud to be able to do our part, in line with values we have always stood for. Take care of yourself and your loved ones ❤️.

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Clarins have already produced and offered 14,500 bottles of 400ml to hospitals. Clarins says this is a first step, and they will continue to do so for as long as it’s needed in adequate sanitary conditions.

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