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Dr.PawPaw re-launches hand-cream give away for all frontline workers

Gaelle Walker
05 November 2020

Skincare brand Dr.PawPaw is furthering its support for frontline workers by re-launching its popular hand-cream give away, which saw more than 25,000 free packages distributed to frontline workers during the first lockdown.  

From today (5 November) all frontline workers including NHS employees, care workers, shop staff, teachers, police and prison offers, will be able to claim two free hand creams from the brand.

Speaking as a new four week lockdown came into force across England, Dr.PawPaw founders Johnny and Pauline Paterson said: “We helped as much as we could in the first lockdown so it seems crazy for us to not repeat the same feat again.  

“It has been a tough year for so many, but as many of us will now be working from home it's important the people that are out there keeping the country running are recognised and thanked for their hard work.

“We were overwhelmed by the first response we had to our free product initiative for front-line workers, but because of this the whole team is keen to help in this way again”.

Frontline workers can take advantage of the offer by visiting from today and choosing which hand cream package they want, with only postage and packaging to pay.

The new campaign will run for as long as lockdowns stay in effect across any parts of the UK and the brand’s bluelight card NHS offer of 50% off will also remain valid.

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