SkinIntegra skincare donates to Los Angeles hospitals to help protect healthcare providers

LOS ANGELES, April 29, 2020 -- In an effort to support health care professionals on the frontlines of the Covid-19 pandemic, SkinIntegra, an award-winning skincare line developed to help repair depleted, cracked skin, has donated more than 2,000 samples of its Rapid Crack Repair Cream to hospitals in Los Angeles, including UCLA Health, Torrance Memorial, Cedar-Sinai Marina del Rey, Pomona Valley Hospitals, Emanate Health Foundation and Emanate Health Hospice. The company is committed to protecting workers and has set up a website to handle requests.

Frequent hand washings with disinfecting soap to prevent COVID contamination is very harsh on hands and can cause cracks, which are subject to infections. Developed to provide fast relief, SkinIntegra’s Rapid Crack Repair Cream formula is powered by rich plant oils and urea that can help repair depleted, cracked skin after just one day.

“SkinIntegra wanted to do something to help health care professionals keep their hands free of cracks and irritation, which can lead to dangerous infections,” said Erika Tazberik, Founder & President, SkinIntegra. “We will make as much of our inventory available as we can to help these remarkable front-line workers.”

In addition to Los Angeles, SkinIntegra has made donations of its one-ounce samples to hospitals and healthcare facilities in New York, Pennsylvania, Arizona and other parts of California. The donation size provides personal protection for one worker, with two daily applications, for one month.

Hospitals, healthcare facilities and skilled nursing care facilities can apply for product donations at https://skinintegra.com/pages/donations. Currently, the next shipment of donations will be available in mid-May. Donations are reserved for hospitals and health care facilities and are not intended for personal use.

More information on SkinIntegra is available at https://skinintegra.com/.


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