#ChangeaGirlsLife for International Women's Day 2023
In celebration of International Women's Day 2023, for the month of March, Hibernicis will be donating 5% of its UK retail sales to help #ChangeAGirlsLife Newly launched skincare brand, Hibernicis, (pronounced HI BER NI KIS) is designed to support and replenish the body and mind’s wellbeing.
Founder, Catherine Logue is inspired by the wild, untouched Connemara, Ireland and its natural resources, including seaweed from the Irish Atlantic coasts. To celebrate Ireland’s cultural, linguistic heritage, Hibernicis (Latin from Ireland) is presented in ancient Ogham script and each product bears a Gaelic name. The products are gentle, natural, with attention focused on sublime texture, product efficacy and natural aromas. Hibernicis is appropriate for all skin types, ages and genders.
The #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign can help thousands of young women facing disadvantage and adversity build a better future for themselves through employment, training, education or by starting their own business. Every penny raised will enable The Princes Trust to offer courses which in turn support more young women to change their lives for the better.
There are many already vulnerable women, now feeling anxious, lost and facing issues with long term unemployment, mental health issue and even homelessness. The pandemic and cost-of-living crisis has made it difficult for some to see a way forward. This campaign is helping to break the cycle and start something new.
Since The Prince’s Trust was founded in 1976 by HM King Charles III when he was HRH The Prince of Wales, the trust has helped more than a million young people across the UK. Three in four of those supported over the last five years have moved into work, education or training.
By helping young people today, the benefits for them, their communities and the wider economy will be felt for years to come.