Submitted by Frankie Wilde.
The award-winning distillery in South Devon has announced the launch of its luxury hand sanitiser, with every bottle purchased providing a matched sanitiser donation to ShelterBox.
As lockdown restrictions begin to ease and the nation embraces the new normal, Salcombe Distilling Co. has launched ‘Safe Harbour’, the must-have hand sanitiser for your home or handbag.
The distillery has teamed up with the Cornwall based disaster relief charity ShelterBox to launch the ‘Hand 2 Hand’ campaign, helping those around the world who need it most by donating 100ml of ‘Safe Harbour’ hand sanitiser to ShelterBox staff and volunteers, with the purchase of every 100ml bottle.
Where traditionally hand sanitisers are purely functional and unscented, Salcombe Distilling Co.’s ‘Safe Harbour’ is not only crafted according the World Health Organisation (WHO) approved formula but also delivers an exceptional smell and luxurious feel, making it the perfect handbag and household essential.
With a unique blend of juniper, red grapefruit and wild coastal botanicals foraged from the Devon coastline, the sanitiser is packaged in a glass fragrance bottle with an atomiser spray pump, so you can stay safe in style, while also supporting a valuable charity.
Every 100ml of ‘Safe Harbour’ donated to ShelterBox from Salcombe Distilling Co. will be used by the charity’s volunteers and staff to help prevent the further spread of the virus and allow them continue to provide shelter to those in need in places like Syria, the Philippines, Ethiopia and Vanuatu.
‘Safe Harbour’ hand sanitiser is available to purchase from select premium retailers and independent venues across the country for RRP £8.50. ‘Safe Harbour’ is also available for home delivery from www.salcombegin.com/shop in packs of four for RRP £30 (£7.50/100ml bottle). ‘Safe Harbour’ is available for complimentary use across all Crew Clothing Company retail stores and available for sale at all 83 stores and on their website www.crewclothing.com. ‘Safe Harbour’ is certified to BS EN 1276.
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