UK aesthetic product distributor Harpar Grace has donated a total of 540 iS Clinical products, worth more than £8,500, to NHS frontline workers across the country.
The products donated were the iS Clinical Sheald, iS Clinical Copper Firming Mist and iS Clinical Cleansing Complex, which the company states were chosen to help with skin damage after PPE use.
Harpar Grace explains that 10 hospitals across the UK and Ireland were selected for donations including the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Southend University Hospital, North Tees and Hartlepool, the James Cook University Hospital, the Royal Cornwall Hospital, the Northern General Hospital, St James Hospital Dublin, University Hospital Llandough and St George’s Hospital, Wimbledon.
Alana Chalmers, director of Harpar Grace International, said, “Inspired by the practitioners within the industry returning to work within the NHS and also those wishing to support their colleagues on the frontline, we knew that we could help in some way. We are fortunate to have clinical formulations that target the specific issues created by PPE and being endured by our NHS heroes currently and humbled to have been able to help in any way we can.”