Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, hand sanitizer has been in high demand and hard to source.
The shortage has especially affected hospitals and healthcare workers who are on the front lines tirelessly treating patients without regard to their own safety.
As a local company dedicated to support the community, Hemas FMCG, understands that helping those who are directly fighting this virus is critical and has responded to this crisis, by providing hand sanitizer to those who need it the most.
The first manufactured batch of Hemas FMCG’s new Shield Sanitizer wasdonated for this national cause. Shield hand sanitizer packs were handed over to officers-in-charge of the National Hospital of Sri Lanka, the country’s largest teaching hospital, the Colombo North Teaching Hospital in Ragama and the District General Hospital, Negombo.
“In times of crisis as a company we need to determine how we can use our work for good. The company decided to use this opportunity to step up and assist the community, by donating the very first batch of our newly manufactured hand sanitizer to those who need it the most and we are honored to do so in such a practical way,” said Fiona Juriansz Munasinghe, Director Marketing,
Also supporting Sri Lankan Army’s fight against coronavirus, Hemas FMCG donated a large quantity of personal care items for use in the Quarantine Centers recently.
Fear of the coronavirus has led most individuals to seek a germ-killing gel and the Shield hand sanitizer provides an effective and instant remedy to rid hands of unwanted germs.
Shield hand sanitizer containing Kohomba and Aloe Vera, kills up to 99.99 percent of germs, and also comprises of skin care ingredients to reduce harshness on hands to help keep your families safe and healthy. Shield’s hand sanitizer is available in a convenient 50 ml container.
As a leader in the personal care sector, Hemas brands include a range of products such as hair and skin care, toiletries, fragrances and oral care which have a strong connection to the
Sri Lankan consumer.