Bayer Thai contributes Bepanthen Sensiderm to help care for our frontline heroes’ skin

Bayer Thai contributes Bepanthen Sensiderm to help care for our frontline heroes’ skin

We thank frontline healthcare workers for looking after us.

Bayer Thai Co., Ltd. is extremely thankful for all our healthcare heroes on the frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic and would like to contribute Bepanthen Sensiderm to healthcare professionals experiencing skin reactions due to wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) and repeated use of hand hygiene products to three hospitals: Chulalongkorn Hospital, Thammasat University Hospital and Queen Sirikit Hospital in Chon Buri. 

Mr. Zhou Fan (centre), General Manager of Consumer Health Division, Bayer Thai Co., Ltd., said, “The company understands and is aware of the impact after extended hours of wearing personal protective equipment on medical staff skin causing the soreness and irritation. Therefore, Bayer would like to play our small part in supporting and caring for our frontline medicals by donating supplies of Bepanthen Sensiderm sachet to help protect and heal their skin.”

Prof. Dr. Orapan Poachanukoon, Director of Center of Excellence for Allergy, Asthma and Pulmonary Diseases, Thammasat University Hospital, received Bepanthen Sensiderm products from Bayer Thai Co., Ltd.


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