Treat Yourself and Treat a Healthcare Hero with Simply Beautiful
Purchase a limited-edition Health Care Package and an identical box will be donated to a frontline health worker in British Columbia
Simply Beautiful, a Canadian subscription box service based in Vancouver, B.C., has launched a special campaign to give frontline health-care workers a much-needed and well-deserved dose of self-care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today, Simply Beautiful delivered 50 limited-edition Health Care Packages to Langley Memorial Hospital, specifically to medical professionals who are caring directly for patients affected by the coronavirus.
Simply Beautiful wants to do more, but they need your support. In the weeks to come, the public can help support the program with Simply Beautiful’s ‘Treat Yourself and Treat a Healthcare Hero’ initiative.
With a purchase of a limited-edition Health Care Package for $41, you will receive a self-care box, which includes: a hand cream, a facial sheet mask, a shimmer eyeshadow stick from Vancouver’s Evalina Beauty, laundry detergent strips from TruEarth, as well as a mystery item for a total minimum retail value of $105. For each one of these packages purchased, Simply Beautiful will donate an identical box to a caregiver in a B.C. hospital.
“At Simply Beautiful, our core values are to bring joy by allowing women to treat themselves and appreciate the beautiful things in life, while also supporting Canadian businesses. Right now, these values are more important than ever,” says editor-in-chief and curator Janine Verreault.
The limited-edition Health Care Package can be found online at www.simplybeautifulbox.com.
About Simply Beautiful
Voted ‘Canada’s Best Women’s Lifestyle Box’ in 2019, Simply Beautiful is a seasonal subscription box packed with six to eight on–trend beauty, decor and fashion finds. Curated by a team of editors from Vancouver, B.C., Simply Beautiful is delivered to over 5000 subscribers’ doors every three months for $98 per season. Each box has a minimum retail value of $200.
Media release and image provided by Steven Schelling, Camber Communications.