Kokoa Eco Beauty, a Manchester-based skincare brand is donating all profits from sales of their ‘One For All’ soap to NHS trusts.
The demand for soap and handwash soared across the UK since the increase in the number of COVID-19 at the start of March, with empty soap shelves becoming a familiar sight across the country.
- Soap, handwash & sanitiser have been selling out across the UK.
- Washing hands is most effective.
- There are currently a total of 22,141 positive cases of coronavirus in the UK.
- 20,000 former NHS staff have returned to work to fight the virus.
All profits from 'One For All' soap will go to the NHS amid the coronavirus crisis.
“Washing our hands is one of the simplest ways that we can protect ourselves,” said Akosua Akobeng, founder of Kokoa Eco Beauty. "It does not feel ethical to profit off the demand for soap during this tough time - we are proud to support our NHS instead.”
Boris Johnson announced today that 20,000 former NHS staff have returned to work to fight the virus. In just 24 hours. 170,000 people signed up as NHS volunteers amid the coronavirus pandemic. People across the nation are doing what they can to support our national health service during this trying time.
Kokoa Eco Beauty has pledged 100% of its profits from its natural 'One For All’ liquid soap to the NHS. As well as being great at cleansing and suitable for hands, face, and body; the soap is 100% toxin-free. The citrusy, moisturising formula provides much-needed relief for dry hands. The company is also vegan and cruelty-free.