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Pure Lakes is donating hand balms to the NHS and offering a discount to anyone working on the front line
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Published: 14 April 2020
This Article was Written by: Katie Hill - My Green Pod
As a way to say thank you to everyone taking risks – big and small – to keep us safe at the moment, Pure Lakes is providing gifts and offers to all those working on the front line.
With every order, no matter how small, the natural skincare company is donating one of its award-winning Hydrating Hand Balms to the NHS – and has already sent out over 200.
A true Hero
The hand balm is a My Green Pod Hero – meaning it’s the best product we can find in its class for efficacy, people and planet.
We hand-pick all our Heroes after meeting the people at the helm of the companies that make them, getting to know how they operate and essentially doing the digging on your behalf.
High in fatty acids and vitamins, Pure Lakes Hydrating Hand Balm contains calendula and coconut butter, which are high in antioxidants, plus hyaluronic acid to hydrate and replenish. It’s a healing balm that helps to soothe and repair.
20% off for front-line staff
Using the code NHS20 will take 20% off all purchases across the Pure Lakes website. The discount is available to anyone working on the front line – whether cleaners, lab technicians, teachers, rubbish collectors, supermarket workers, care home workers, doctors or nurses.
If you would like to buy a gift for someone working on the front line to show them your solidarity, you can use the same NHS20 code.
Pure Lakes is also close to launching a hand sanitiser that are priced close to operating cost, despite the fact that prices for sanitiser ingredients have shot up.