Beiersdorf Is Creating Hand Sanitizer to Help With Shortages Caused by COVID-19

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To join in these efforts, beauty company Beiersdorf has announced it will be using its factories to produce hand sanitizer.

Beiersdorf serves as the parent company to skin-care brands Nivea, Eucerin, Aquaphor, and Coppertone, and shared the news across three of the brands' Instagram accounts.

Companies have converted their factories into hubs for manufacturing hand sanitizer or creating personal protective equipment for medical professionals.

This sanitizer will be donated alongside roughly 200,000 skin-care products to health care professionals and local non-profit organizations helping out during these difficult times.

In the United States, the company's Tennessee facility will be converted to produce 500,000 units of hand sanitizer.

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This includes donating 1,000,00 liters of sanitizer that is being produced at its factories around the world and 5,000,000 products to medical personnel.

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An official statement from the brand states, "It’s our way of showing our deep gratitude and caring toward those who are working tirelessly to care for us all.

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