, a not for profit, private sector campaign serving the NHS frontline during the Covid-19 crisis has partnered with Unilever to provide care packages for workers.

The care packages including Vaseline, Dove, Radox and Simple will be given to NHS workers at the Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle, West Cumberland Hospital, Whitehaven and Penrith Hospital within the next two weeks.

The products mean staff can wash themselves and care for their skin having spent their shift in uncomfortable PPE.

The personal care products will be supplied for free by Unilever and assembled into bespoke Soothe and Care packages at’s campaign headquarters.

Ron Dennis CBE, co-founder of, said: “This campaign is revealing the very best of the private sector. I am overwhelmed by the support coming in from brilliant British businesses right across the country.

"We can now do more and tackle another challenge facing people on the frontline."

Sebastian Munden, General Manager of Unilever UK & Ireland, said: “As NHS health workers continue to work so hard to take care of us, we wanted to give them a pack, which means they can take care of themselves."