Medzone To Release Hand-Sanitizers With Proceeds Donated to World Health Organization

March 26, 2020

Medzone, a sports medicine and cosmetic brand, founded in 2001 was originally created to help active people to keep moving forward. In an effort to help fight the spread of the coronavirus, Medzone is currently reviewing and creating unique, high-quality hand hygiene products. With the increase in market need for sanitizers and hand hygiene products, Medzone has created a new line of products including hand sanitizing gel, hand sanitizing spray and foaming hand sanitizers which will be available at and major national retailers in the coming weeks. MedZone is offering an option to pre-order starting March 23rd.
Medzone is currently working with major retailers for distribution as quickly as possible to help those in need. "We are in regular contact with national retailers and companies in our supply chain to make sure we can deliver high quality products in the earliest time possible." Said Joe Freeman CEO of MedZone.
In addition to bringing great products to market that are effective and help customers, the company has committed to donating $0.10 for every hand sanitizer unit sold to the World Health Organization and will donate product to local healthcare professions. "As a company, we wish the best for our customers and all Americans during this unprecedented time. In this difficult period, it's imperative that all of us come together and help our community get through these uncharted waters." said Freeman.
The hand sanitizers will range in pricing from $3.99 - $11.99 and are slated to launch late March, pre-order is available now. More information can be found at www.


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