Free NIVEA hand sanitisers


NIVEA Thailand Produces 20,000 Litres Of Hand Sanitiser To Give Hospitals Around The Country For Free

Images adapted from: NIVEA Thailand

In the time of COVID-19, everybody is doing their part to help each other so we can get to the end of the tunnel safely together.  

While all the sanitising products are in high demand, NIVEA Thailand made an announcement on their Facebook page, saying that their parent company Beiersdorf (Thailand) is now producing NIVEA liquid hand sanitiser.

However, these NIVEA hand sanitisers are not for sale. Instead, the company has planned to give them to health workers, needy folks, and their salespersons for free.

NIVEA Thailand Produces 20,000 Litres Of Hand Sanitiser To Give Hospitals Around The Country For Free

It is clearly labelled ‘free – not for sale’ at the bottom of the packaging
Image credit: NIVEA Thailand

A total of 20,000 litres of 80% alcohol is being used in production. With this percentage of alcohol, this product can surely keep your hands clean from the viruses and gems out there. 

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NIVEA Thailand Produces 20,000 Litres Of Hand Sanitiser To Give Hospitals Around The Country For Free

Image credit: NIVEA Thailand

According to NIVEA, they’re sending the products to 1,000 hospitals around Thailand so that health workers, including doctors, nurses, and other specialists can use them.

Apart from hospitals, these blue bottles are also being sent to foundations for needy children in the country, and to the company’s salespersons to help them fight off the virus.

Thank you, NIVEA, for being so supportive of healthcare workers who are fighting for us, and for taking care of your own workers’ well-being. 

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