Skincare brand Sönd pledges to support the NHS by donating nourishing creams to combat sore and dry hands throughout the month of May with their newly launched ‘Buy One, Donate One’ scheme.
As our healthcare heroes are combating the current pandemic, they too need to be taken care of. In response to this, Sönd will be donating its soothing cream made from natural oils such as hemp, coconut and argan oils which nourishes the skin. The ‘Buy One, Donate One’ initiative means every time somebody buys a Midnight Feast Night cream during May, Sönd will donate a cream to the NHS staff of Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and St Thomas’ Hospital to help heal their hands from the soreness frequent washing causes.
With all the constant handwashing and disinfecting these keyworkers do, their hands will feel dry and tired, hence Sönd has will be donating creams to the NHS to help rejuvenate the hands and skin of these essential workers throughout the day.
The hypoallergenic alkaline-based hand cream is cruelty-free and made from natural ingredients such as organic argan oil, coconut oil, and hemp oil helping to soothe stressed-out skin. For those looking to join the initiative, the product is available to purchase on the Sönd website and one will be donated to the NHS staff.
Founder of Sönd, Markus Goess Sarau states: “We are willing to do the little we can during this unprecedented health emergency and are committed to supplying creams to Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and St Thomas’ Hospital as these hospitals among others across Britain have been the heart of caring for many. Based on anecdotal feedback from our customers, the cream has shown to reduce signs of rosacea and eczema and is, therefore, a perfect remedy for relieving sore hands that have been smothered in alcohol gels all day.”