LOS ANGELES, Nov. 10, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Online retailer, socially responsible company, and emerging beauty brand KIMTRUE recently donated over 11,600 bottles of hand sanitizer, (valued at over $93,000), to the Walnut Valley Unified School District in Los Angeles, California. KIMTRUE made this generous donation in an effort to help keep students and faculty safe this school year.
Produced in an FDA-registered facility in the United States, KIMTRUE's hand sanitizer contains 70 percent alcohol and eliminates 99.9 percent of germs on contact. The ethyl alcohol dissolves the lipid membrane of bacterial cells, breaking down its DNA so the bacteria can no longer spread. This strong formulation is proven to be effective against bacteria, funguses, and viruses, while also moisturizing and protecting skin from dryness, cracking, and flaking. KIMTRUE will continue to make such donations as a way to help improve and protect its local community.
Based in Los Angeles, KIMTRUE is part of KT Laboratories and is an emerging premium beauty brand that sells high-quality haircare and skincare products for female consumers. The company uses top-notch, cutting-edge active ingredients to formulate non-traditional, results-focused products at affordable prices. KIMTRUE takes pride in being a socially responsible company and is dedicated to helping its local community.
For more information about the company, its social responsibility initiatives, and all of its product lines, please visit KIMTRUE.com.