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#endhygienepoverty

Hygiene shaming dramatically impacts the mental health and wellbeing of both school children and teachers, a new study has revealed.

Organised by charity Beauty Banks, the report found that 44 per cent of teachers have witnessed children being bullied because of hygiene shaming while 38 per cent of teachers have offered pupils hygiene items like deodorant and toothpaste. 

For the past two years, Beauty Banks has been helping people who live in hygiene poverty,  collecting donations, and working with beauty brands to distribute unused toiletries to food banks, homeless shelters, NHS trusts, schools, family centres, and churches all over the UK.

We are so grateful to take part in this long list of supported by Beauty Banks.This will largely contribute to the wellbeing of our service users.