Hand sanitizer gels for hospitals and care homes – L’Oréal Paris
Find out more about how L’Oréal Paris is fighting against coronavirus by producing 2 million hand sanitizers for hospitals and retirement homes.
Hand sanitizer gels by L’Oréal Paris in the fight against Covid-19
2 million hand sanitizers for hospitals and care homes
“During these difficult times, L’Oréal Paris wants to play its part in the fight against Covid-19. To support health authorities and thousands of people working on the frontline, our brand will continue to produce hand sanitizer and will remain active until the end of the pandemic.”
Delphine Viguier-Hovasse, Global Brand President of L’Oréal Paris
Measures against the hand sanitizer shortage
As the virus spread globally, there was an alarming shortage of hand sanitizer, an essential product in the fight against Covid-19. L’Oréal Paris responded by making its cosmetics factories produce free hand sanitizers for those tirelessly working on the frontline to curb this pandemic.
2 million hydro-alcoholic hand sanitizer gels
On April 5th, L’Oréal Paris delivered its first bottles of medical grade hydro-alcoholic hand sanitizer gels to hospitals. 2 million bottles have since been supplied by the brand, available in two formats: a 400 ml bottle designed for hospitals, and a 125 ml bottle for retirement homes.
Hand sanitizer production until the end of the pandemic
L’Oréal Paris will continue to produce hand sanitizer until the end of the pandemic. Read more about it on the page L’Oréal Group’s response to Covid-19
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