Beauty Brands Take On Coronavirus

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The beauty industry joins the fight against the coronavirus.

Life can be a bit hectic sometimes and the last few weeks are no exception. Coronavirus is quickly spreading and leaving serious consequences on people’s lives across the world. We’re battling the pandemic the best way we can – lock downs, self-isolation etc. Above all, people are coming together and helping each other more than ever before.

Beauty brands are stepping up

Beauty brands are doing their part too. They’re shutting down stores to help slowdown the spread, raising awareness and, most importantly, helping those who are impacted. Some are donating parts of their sales to various charities. Others are even producing hand sanitizers and surgical masks in their factories. Either way, we are very grateful for all the help we can get. 

Impressive Donations

Numerous beauty brands are fully dedicated to helping those in need. For example, Pacific Shaving Company is donating a whopping 100% of their online sales to the CDC Foundation. And they’re not the only ones. Lipslut, a brand known for their political activism and fight for women’s rights, will also donate all of their earnings to organizations that help those affected by COVID-19. 

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To our customers and friends, We are not a global healthcare company. We are a family business. Like you, we live in a neighborhood we care about, take our kids to games and performances, and enjoy getting together with friends. Also like you, we wonder about the best ways to react to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are concerned about the health of our family, but also recognize that many people in our community and our country are at higher risk and are experiencing more urgent need. If we could solve this problem with shaving cream, we would be ready and willing! That said, while we practice social distancing and do our best to stay germ free, we refuse to be emotionally distant, or sit on those freshly sanitized hands! Today through March 31, we will be donating 100% of profits from our website to the CDC Foundation (@cdcfound), an independent nonprofit and the sole entity created by Congress to mobilize philanthropic and private-sector resources to support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s critical health protection work. Whether you are due for a refill, interested in trying some of our new products, or just feel like stocking up, we hope you will take this opportunity to place a new order, knowing that all proceeds will support the CDC Foundation’s efforts to fight this pandemic. Thank you for your continued support, Stan & CC Founders, Pacific Shaving Company #LeadershipIsPersonalNotPositional @juliefoudy – #shaveforgood #pacificshaving #shaving #covid19 #washyourhands #socialdistancing #healthyliving #healthylifestyle #cdc

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Thrive Causemetics will be donating 100% of its online sales to organizations providing meals and resources to communities in need – Meals On Wheels and Feeding America. Likewise, tattoo artist Dr. Woo is launching his skin-care brand WOO early to donate all profits of the Daily Gentle Soap to Baby2Baby

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As a father the first thing I think about when I wake up in the morning is how to take care of my kids, but for many the ability to do that due to the COVID-19 pandemic is being compromised. My team and I were going to pause the launch of our skincare brand 'WOO' @project_w_o_o until after the crisis, until we realised that we could use the inventory we have to help some people really struggling in these crazy times. Our WOO soap has all the properties that perfectly address today’s essential need of hand washing. So we have repurposed our entire soap inventory to provide 100% of our net profits to @baby2baby , a brilliant charity working to ensure kids in poverty are getting all the essentials they need, particularly during this pandemic. Please hit the link in the bio and buy some soap (it’s actually amazing) and please spread the word! Thank you…and stay inside, stay safe, Dr. Woo #projectWOO #WOOSOAP

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Production of medical supplies

The biggest players in the game – L’Oreal, Coty Inc. and LVMH – are using their production sites to manufacture and distribute hydro-alcoholic gel free of charge to medical services and public authorities. 

Something for the mind and soul

Smaller brands are trying to find creative ways to help. Beekman 1802 is a beauty brand known for its goat farm and organic goat-milk products. They are on a mission to bring some baby goat joy into our lives. If you’re feeling a bit down, tune in to their goat nursery. You can hang out with these cuties 24/7!

Remember to take care and talk to us in the comments <3

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