Thrive Causemetics has launched a new moisturizing hand sanitizer that will give back to the community. The FDA-registered formula contains 67% natural plant-based ethyl alcohol that rapidly kills 99.9% of germs while MCT oil deeply moisturizes hands—but it does more than that.
According to Thrive Causemetics, 100% of profits will be donated to Black Women's Health Imperative (BWHI), the first nonprofit organization created by Black women to help protect and advance the health and wellness of Black women and girls. This is part of Thrive Causemetics' commitment to donate in funds and products to their non-profit Giving Partners whose mission and work combat the root causes and symptoms of systemic racism and oppression.
Thrive Causemetics says it is committed to combating long-standing health disparities that are only exacerbated by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic through its Giving Program. Thanks to the support of Thrive Causemetics' consumers, these donations will fund BWHI's My Sister's Keeper (MSK) and SIS Circles programs. The MSK program is an advocacy and leadership-building initiative for women on Historically Black College and University (HBCU) campuses. It provides these women with the resources and tools to advocate for policies to keep women safe, bring conversations about sexual health and domestic violence into the spotlight, and champion reproductive rights. The SIS Circles program expands the reach of MSK by providing teen girls of color in some of most underserved communities with mentorship and a curriculum to help them achieve their professional and educational goals.