Anne Curtis’s cosmetics brand donates pampering face masks to frontliners
Anne Curtis is treating frontliners to face masks — not protective ones worn daily as they look after patients, but those meant to pamper the skin.
The actress’s brand blk cosmetics will send frontliners “a special product we’ve been working on for almost a year with the goal of promoting self-care—our blk Fresh face masks,” Curtis announced on Instagram today, May 12.
“We hope this small token will add a dose of sunshine to your everyday routine,” the statement said.
A preview of the hydrating face mask made in Korea was also shared in Curtis’s post.
The donations were made to partner hospitals of Dream Machine, Curtis’s platform for advocacies.
Dream Machine has donated rice to families in Barangay Sitio San Roque in Quezon City, and has also distributed gloves, goggles and medical masks to health care workers last April.
Curtis launched her cosmetics brand in 2017. A self-confessed fan of Korean dramas, she has drawn inspiration from K-beauty trends in her own products. JB
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