First Aid Beauty launches student debt relief initiative

First Aid Beauty (FAB) was created to save people of all ages from their biggest skin problems. Today, the brand is tackling a different kind of challenge: the burden of student debt, which is a $1.56 trillion crisis in the United States and impacts life decisions such as career paths. career, housing and even family planning.

Through the all-new FAB AID initiative, First Aid Beauty is committing $1 million to repay student loans and help graduates get off to a smooth start as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.

First Aid Beauty Founder and CEO Lilli Gordon said: “As someone who has struggled with student debt before and now sees young First Aid Beauty staff facing the same challenges, this crisis touches me personally, and FAB as a business. We are proud to be committed to impacting the future of deserving college graduates and giving them the freedom to pursue their dreams without the crushing impact of loans.”

First Aid Beauty launches limited-edition FAB AID products, sold exclusively at Sephora and on firstaidbeauty.com, which will generate additional funding for the program. 10% of retail sales of FAB AID products will be added to the brand’s $1 million pledge.

Residents of the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec) who graduated from an accredited 4-year undergraduate college or university between January 2018 and August 2020 can apply for FAB AID by completing applying on FABAID.com and submitting a video sharing their student loan story. The FAB AID Advisory Board will select winners to have their undergraduate loans repaid in full (up to $100,000). Entries will be accepted from February 28 to August 31, 2020 and winners will be announced by November 10, 2020.

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