We all know it’s been an incredibly tough time for the NHS during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. With the extensive number of people suffering from the virus, hospitals and key workers have been under a huge amount of pressure and stress.

As a nation, we have to count ourselves extremely lucky at times like this, that we have the unique service of the NHS. They deserve all our respect and British brand, Bulldog Skincare have shown their respect by donating £250,000 worth of products to people working on the frontline.

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Over the last few months, Bulldog Skincare has worked with various organisations to help get their products directly to NHS workers.

Doctors and nurses have been working incredibly long hours, where they have had little time to actually look after themselves. It’s small things like having a daily shower with our favourite luxury products, that we all take for granted, and when you’ve been working all hours of the day the first thing you want is a clean shower. So, for Bulldog to supply them with their products is a fantastic idea.

At Man For Himself, we can guarantee the quality of their products and we were so pleased to hear about their donation. It actually started with Bulldog donating their razors, as male doctors and nurses were encouraged to remove facial hair so their face masks fit better. It has now expanded to donating their moisturisers, shave gels, and soap bars.

The brand has successfully been able to provide an impressive number of over 56,000 personal hygiene products to NHS key workers.

Caroline Mallet, General Manager of Bulldog Skincare, said: 

“Like everyone in the UK, the NHS has touched the lives of the Bulldog Team in countless ways. When we saw the images of the dedicated NHS frontline staff after 12 hour shifts in protective masks, we knew we had to play our part to help. While we know that grooming is far from the most important thing right now, we wanted to do all we could to make the lives of our amazing NHS staff that little bit easier.”