Kylie Jenner has delivered on her promise to help out with limiting the spread of COVID-19 with the delivery of 5,000 bottles of Kylie Skin hand sanitizer to Cedars Sanai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Dr Shirin Towfigh, a surgeon at Cedars Sanai, sent a note of appreciation to Jenner on Instagram where she wrote, “@kylieskin donated over 6,000 pounds of #handsanitizer to us today. Watch how we are offloading pallets and pallets of these much needed products to be distributed to hospitals and clinics all over @countyofla.”
While manufactured with an eye on preventing illness, the bottles are nonetheless still quite stylish and are stamped with a label that reads, “Dedicated, in partnership with Coty to 1st responders supporting our communities.”
The bottles are not available for purchases at retail though we wouldn’t be shocked at all if a few of them showed up on Ebay.
In early April, Kylie Skin announced the plan to manufacture hand sanitizer in partnership with Coty Inc, which purchased a majority share in Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin in November 2019.
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So amazing 🙏🏻. @kylieskin donated over 6,000 pounds of #handsanitizer to us today. Watch how we are offloading pallets and pallets of these much needed products to be distributed to hospitals and clinics all over @countyofla . We currently have a shortage of @purellbrand hand sanitizers. . This has all been a true labor of 💕. Thank you to @kyliejenner for your generous donation and warm heart💝. And thank you to @bobakkalhor for donating his team, labor, time and space toward this effort. . #covidteam #hcwshoutout to @drthaisaliabadi @djosephson @apexphotostudios @tham3nace @cedarssinai @mayorofla @ericgarcetti @krisjenner @cotyinc