HCMC – L’Oréal Vietnam on February 25 presented 1,000 sets of La-Roche Posay skincare products worth VND975 million to health workers at the Hung Vuong Hospital, Le Van Thinh Hospital, and the 115 Emergency Center of HCMC on the 67th anniversary of Vietnamese Physicians’ Day, February 27.
Through the gifts, L’Oréal Vietnam expressed their gratitude to the frontline doctors and nurses at the three hospitals for their contribution to the fight against Covid.
The skincare products are expected to help improve the skin of health workers as they have worked in unfavorable conditions to treat Covid patients.
“L’Oréal expects to contribute to the skin care of medical workers as a way to pay tribute to their valuable sacrifice during the pandemic response,” says Nguyen Ngoc Tuyet Trinh, External Relations and Sustainability Development manager at L’Oréal.
Committing to protecting the skin of health workers, L’Oréal Vietnam has handed over more than 10,000 skincare items to nurses and doctors at numerous hospitals nationwide.
As one of the leading firms in the Vietnamese skincare market, L’Oréal Vietnam has implemented multiple community-driven activities for over 14 years, apart from providing various high-quality products and services.