RoC Skincare delivers care packages to pharmacists, pharmacy staffs
RoC Skincare is lending a hand to support pharmacists and pharmacy staff.
The beauty brand announced a delivery of gourmet meals, N95 masks and custom-made hand sanitizers to more than 150 pharmacists and pharmacy staff.
Through a partnership with Lenox Hill restaurant and Match 65 Brasserie, the care packages were dispatched to pharmacies throughout Manhattan.
In addition, RoC is using its manufacturing facilities to produce hand sanitizer, which contains a custom formula that kills 99.9% of germs on contact, and contains hydrating ingredients to protect skin from over-drying, the company said.
“We value all essential workers, and pharmacists hold a special place in our hearts because our brand was founded by a French pharmacist in the 1950s,” Hillary Hutcheson, RoC chief marketing officer said. “As essential, front-line workers, we’re celebrating pharmacists for their hard work and dedication. This is RoC’s small way of showing our gratitude for pharmacists and their teams, in New York City and nationwide.”
Founded in 1957 by French pharmacist Jean-Charles Lissarrague, RoC’s skin care products are scientifically tested and crafted and offer an array of anti-aging products to consumers.