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Éminence Provides Self Care for First Responders

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First responders are giving their all during this COVID-19 pandemic, with many experiencing skin care issues as a result of constantly wearing PPE and not taking time for self care. Éminence Organic Skin Care is giving back to those that are giving their all by supplying them with the skin care they need to take care of themselves.

“Over the past several weeks, Eminence has been working directly with hospitals and medical centers around the world to offer our support. We’re proud to be a part of this charitable giving for first responders, and wish to extend our gratitude to those planning their own compassionate initiatives during this time, as well.” - Boldijarre Koronczay, president, Eminence Organic Skin Care

Some of the products they have given to first responders include the Mangosteen Replenishing Hand Cream to relieve dry, cracked hands. They have also gifted their Lime Refresh Tonique to hydrate and revive the complexion and senses. On top of that, Éminence has given out a variety of sample-size cleansers, moisturizers and masks, so that the medical staff can practice self care in washing, treating and hydrating their skin.These products have been gifted to the following locations:

  • Vancouver Coastal Health in Vancouver, BC
  • Mission Hospital in Mission, BC
  • Delta Hospital Foundation in Delta, BC
  • Local hospitals in Kansas City and Lake Ozark, MO
  • Local hospitals in New Braunfels, TX
  • Local hospitals in Murrieta, CA
  • Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, IA
  • Kent Hospital in Warwick, RI
  • Central EMS Ambulance Company in Georgia
  • Westchester Medical Center Health Network in Stamford CT
  • Local hospitals in Birmingham, UK
  • Local hospitals in the Netherlands