Kylie Jenner has shared a photo of the hand sanitiser she helped manufacture, which has been donated to healthcare staff.
The billionaire teamed up with Coty Inc., a major stakeholder in Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin, to make the hydro-alcoholic gel in their factories.
The hand sanitiser is now being delivered to hospitals in Southern California, to help those on the frontline.
Beverly Hills doctor Shirin Towfigh shared a photo of the custom ‘Kylie Skin’ hand sanitiser on Twitter, and wrote: “So amazing [email protected] donated over 6,000 pounds of #handsanitizer to us today.”
— Dr. Shirin Towfigh (@Herniadoc) April 11, 2020
“We currently have a shortage of @PURELL hand sanitizers for #HealthcareHeroes.”
“This has all been a true labor of Two hearts. Thank you to @KylieJenner @KrisJenner
for your generous donation and warm ????.”
Praising Kylie’s efforts, her sister Kim Kardashian shared a screenshot of the doctor’s tweet, and Kylie’s re-shared the message on her Instagram Story.
The hand sanitiser features the ‘Kylie Skin’ logo, and a message that reads: “Dedicated, in partnership with Coty, to 1st responders supporting our communities.”
On top of supplying hand sanitiser, Kylie has also donated $1 million to purchase personal protective gear for hospitals in Los Angeles.
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