H2k of Harrogate support Yorkshire Cancer Research

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Skincare brand H2k of has announced that it will support Yorkshire Research by donating a portion of the sale of two new products to the .

H2k, founded by Managing Director Hazel Barry, will donate £10 for every bottle of Oilovme sold and £5 from the sale of Gift of Skincare sets.

If shopping online, customers will be able to use the promotional code YCR2013 to receive a 10% discount, and 20% of the cost of their purchases will also be donated.

H2k is well-known for its wide range of toiletry and skincare products, which are available in some of the best hotels in the world. The company recently opened its first stores to the public on Parliament Street, Harrogate, and at the Lightwater Valley Shopping Village, .

Hazel Barry said:

We are delighted to be supporting Yorkshire Cancer Research. Cancer is a disease which affects so many people and we are very proud to be giving to such an important cause.

 Hazel Barry, Managing Director of H2k of Harrogate, celebrates the launch of the new partnership with Emma Coates, Corporate Partnerships Manager at Yorkshire Cancer Research
Hazel Barry, Managing Director of H2k of Harrogate, celebrates the launch of the new partnership with Emma Coates, Corporate Partnerships Manager at Yorkshire Cancer Research 

Emma Coates, Corporate Partnerships Manager at Yorkshire Cancer Research, said:

We’re really excited about our new partnership with H2k of Harrogate.

I would like to thank Hazel for launching these two new products in support of Yorkshire Cancer Research. The money raised will make a huge difference to the work we fund in the fight against cancer.

To shop online, visit www.h2kskincare.com and for more information about partnerships with Yorkshire Cancer Research, contact Emma Coates by calling 01423 877234 or emailing emmac@ycr.org.uk

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