Garnier Is Delivering Hand Sanitizers to Those Working on the Frontlines

May 08, 2020
Sarah Ferguson
By: Sarah Ferguson | by L'Oréal

In light of COVID-19, many beauty brands have been stepping up and supporting the cause by making sizable monetary donations and manufacturing much-needed supplies like hand sanitizer. One of those brands is Garnier (owned by our parent company L’Oréal). 

The brand has donated more than one million dollars to support the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) and Red Crescent Societies, which are assisting those impacted by COVID-19. The brand has also announced it will produce two million units of hand sanitizer to be distributed free of charge to frontline employees of its U.S. retail partners starting this month. 

"At Garnier, we believe it is our corporate social responsibility to support those working on the frontline every day and those who are helping to protect the most vulnerable populations across the world," said Adrien Koskas, Garnier global brand president. Alanna McDonald, president of Garnier USA, added, “We are very grateful for the hard work of essential employees and the service they are bringing to our local communities. Our number one priority at Garnier is to take care of each other.”

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