Beauty Kitchen lends a helping hand to Scottish Government

Hand sanitizer
Hand sanitizer

Sustainable beauty brand Beauty Kitchen is officially supplying the Scottish Government with 50,000 units of hand sanitizer for use by the NHS, social care and other crucial front-line service providers in the COVID-19 crisis.

The hand sanitizer will be distributed to key workers in refillable, reusable bottles as part of the brand’s Return · Refill · Repeat waste zero programme.

“As a B Corp-certified business, sustainability and giving back are at the core of everything we do,” explains Beauty Kitchen founder Jo Chidley (pictured). “When The Scottish Government asked us if we could help with any critical supplies for the NHS, we worked double time to make this happen. Not only have we provided an effective solution for them, but one that is also sustainable and included in our Return · Refill · Repeat programme.”

“We want to pass on a massive thank you to all our supply partners and everyone involved in the creation of the hand sanitizer within such a short space of time,” she adds. “The current situation we are in is a complicated one of course, but we’re incredibly proud of how everyone has come together to support one another.”

Beauty Kitchen is also supporting additional charitable organization, donating in excess of 230,000 units of its beauty products – a mix of full-sized products and sample-sized hand cream sachets – to the NHS and charities including In Kind Direct and the London Ambulance Service.