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find your dream career! 19 beautybuzz GOOD DEEDS Grand Gestures Just a few examples of our industry's philanthropy PCA SKIN AND FABRIC PROVIDE MUCH-NEEDED PPE PCA Skin partnered with the Fashion and Business Resource Innovation Center (FABRIC) and its nonprofi t, Arizona Apparel Foundation, to fund and produce FDA- approved personal protective equipment (PPE) for medical professionals. PCA donated 100 percent of its proceeds from daily skin care mask sales, professional drop-ship orders, and participating online websites through April 30, 2020, to the Arizona Apparel Foundation. To further support the cause, visit HYDRAFACIAL SUPPORTS SMALL BUSINESSES ON COVID-19 FRONTLINE The HydraFacial Company has shifted focus from beauty masks to creating PPE masks in support of small business employees on the front line. The reusable, washable masks are made of CuTec material for those working in health care, public safety, and emergency personnel environments. HydraFacial is also helping build and store ventilators. For more info, visit DERMYOUNG LAUNCHES PPE INITIATIVE DermYoung launched a med-spa initiative to donate PPE to local hospitals. CEO Yang Brooks and her team spearheaded this initiative, rapidly reaching out to med-spa clients across the country for donations. They received more than 500 surgical and N95 donated respiratory masks. "We are all in this together," Brooks says. To join the eff ort, visit relief for dry, cracked hands; Lime Refresh Tonique to hydrate the complexion and revive the senses; and a variety of sample- size cleansers, moisturizers, and masks so overworked medical staff can wash, treat, and hydrate their skin. For more info, visit 8TH ANNUAL BEAUTY CHANGES LIVES SPONSORS STEP UP Sponsors of the 8th Annual Beauty Changes Lives Experience are showing up with big hearts and generous relief grants to help beauty professionals aff ected by COVID-19. An additional $70,000 in $1,000 grants is available for application, and the donated dollars refl ect a redirection of sponsorship dollars originally committed to the Annual Beauty Changes Lives Experience, a 501(c)(3) that equips and empowers next generation beauty professionals through scholarships, mentoring, and networking. For more info, visit JANE IREDALE LESSENS THE HAND SANITIZER SHORTAGE Jane Iredale is lessening the hand sanitizer shortage by repurposing its production facilities to manufacture it—free of cost— to those working on the front lines. The brand is currently donating thousands of hand sanitizers to health-care professionals and skin care, spa, and clinic workers in their partner database throughout the US, and has partnered with Donate Beauty to reach hundreds more hands in need. The response has been so strong, the cosmetics manufacturer will make the sanitizer a permanent SKU. Learn more at EMINENCE ORGANIC SKIN CARE SUPPLIES FIRST RESPONDERS Eminence Organic Skin Care is providing skin care products to fi rst responders around the world. They have given away their Mangosteen Replenishing Hand Cream as a »

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