Viola Rouge gives hand sanitizer to health care workers, first responders and teachers
Glendale, CA—Viola Rouge Cosmetics, a clean beauty brand, sought a special license from the FDA to offer hand sanitizer to those who need it most: health care workers, first responders and teachers.
By: Viola Rouge
"One of the biggest challenges preparing for students is the lack of availability for essential supplies, including hand sanitizer," said Atorina Thomas, a Head Start teacher at the Waterford USD. "We're grateful to Viola Rouge for providing this essential tool to teachers in our school district."
"It was wonderful to have hand sanitizers available to our staff as they returned to work," said Cynthia Fenech, Director of Communications at the Stanislaus County Office of Education. "When school resumes in August, we will send these to our sites for students and teachers. It's a great size for students to put in their backpacks."
Violet Badali, co-owner of Viola Rouge Cosmetics said: "It's an honor to support people on the front line working to protect us. It's personal for us, as my daughter-in-
Viola Rouge Hand Sanitizer is an Isopropyl Alcohol Antiseptic 75% Topical Solution with vegetable-based glycerin. This Antiseptic Hand Rub Non-sterile Solution is designed to help reduce bacteria on the skin if no soap and water are available. It meets CDC guidelines and FDA requirements to provide a way to sanitize hands when soap and water are not available. It is made in the USA from globally sourced components.
The hand sanitizer will also be made available as a gift with purchase for customers at www.violarougecosmetics.com