The goal is to reward voluntary dermatological initiatives, coming from individuals, associations or hospitals, favoring patient support and care in order to inspire confidence and encourage social inclusion, according to the global beauty brand.
Financial grants, one per major geographical zone will be awarded to social projects in three main categories:
- Prevention and Education,
- Improved Quality of Life and Self-Esteem and
- Access to Care, Coverage and Surgery.
The awards will be presented at the 23rd World Congress of Dermatology in Vancouver, Canada on June 9.