Skincare Company Y’OUR Provides Free Face Masks with Every Order to Help Protect Customers from COVID-19

The facemasks are a washable fabric material not required by frontline workers.

San Francisco, United States - March 26, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

San Francisco, CA - Popular skincare company, Y’OUR, is pleased to announce it is providing free face masks with every order in an effort to help protect customers against the COVID-19 virus.

Y’OUR is a skincare company that is known for creating personalized skincare regimens based on a customer’s age, skin type, living environment, hormones, stress levels, and other factors. The company uses innovative artificial intelligence and data science to create an algorithm that applies advanced technology to determine an individual’s skin needs.

“My partner Hannah and I created Y’OUR because we have a passion for researching and developing data-driven skin care solutions for women around the world,” says Jenny Nguyen, one of Y'OUR’s co-founders. “Through our intensive research, we’ve been able to create a sophisticated algorithm that takes the guesswork out of the best skin care rituals to address individual concerns.”

In recent news, the company has announced it is now providing a free 3-layer antibacterial facemask to each customer who places an online order for any of their products. The company is careful to mention that these facemasks are made of washable fabric, meaning they are not the N95 masks required by health workers.

“While an NPR host spends $70 on a single mask, we are giving them away for free to our customers,” states Nguyen. “Studies show that wearing any type of protective face mask can significantly reduce the risk of contracting Coronavirus, and can help prevent the virus from being spread within the community. We hope this will help to keep our customers as safe as possible during this unprecedented time, as we care about the well-being of our customers deeply.”

For more information about Y'OUR, or to place an order to get your free fabric facemask, please visit www.y-ourskin.com.

About the Company

Y'OUR skincare is the brainchild of Hannah Pham, an MIT-trained data scientist, and Jenny Nguyen, a serial beauty entrepreneur. These powerful women have years of experience researching the way natural ingredients can benefit the skin and have dedicated themselves to helping others effortlessly find the skincare regimen that works for their unique needs.

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Phone: 1-800-957-6946
Website: http://www.y-ourskin.com

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