Beauty banks now at Superdrug, The Trinity Centre

Help those living in Hygiene Poverty

Superdrug in the Trinity Centre now has it's very own beauty bank.

Beauty Banks, a new non-profit organisation was created to help those living in hygiene poverty. 

Set up by beauty journalist Sali Hughes and Jo Jones, Senior Group Account Director at The Communications Store, the organisation aims to encourage the beauty community to donate toiletries to people living in serious need and give the hoard of unused products many of us accumulate over time a much more worthwhile purpose.

To donate simple take along any unopened and unused products that you no longer need - all unopened toiletries and cosmetics are welcome, from essentials to more specialist products - sanitary products, disposable razors, soap, shampoo, shaving gel, deodorant, or you can even purchase some new items within Superdrug. 

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All donations go to Aberdeen Cyrenians to help against hygiene poverty.

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