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Free hand creams For NHS workers @ Nursem
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Free hand creams For NHS workers @ Nursem

FREE£9.95
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Posted 27th Mar

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Another well meaning gesture here - this time from Nursem.

From Their Website
Now, more than at any time in our history, we need to do all we can to give back to our incredible NHS nurses and their frontline colleagues. Today, we have decided to give away free Nursem to an extra 10,000 nurses and NHS workers. We’d love your help to nominate an NHS hero close to your heart so that we can protect their hardworking hands.

Hope it helps someone.
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A meaningful gesture turned into self promotion.
What hassle just for hand cream who in the nhs has the time for that
No thanks, I won’t be advertising for you to get a hand cream by 2025
I suspect most nurses have better things to do than faff about with posting pictures of their hands on social media. Those who might have the time might be self isolating because they were not given proper protective equipment, and a cream now does not make up for no ppf3 masks and visors and disposable scrubs two weeks ago.
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A meaningful gesture turned into self promotion.
By promoting hands and them on social media? A lot to do just for handcream.
Says for nurses only...
No thanks, I won’t be advertising for you to get a hand cream by 2025
What hassle just for hand cream who in the nhs has the time for that
Naff promo...just got in...

Either give it to me or don't bother...
GST1127/03/2020 19:37

Says for nurses only...


Nurses and other NHS staff.
What a faff to go through, it's not gold plated hand cream. If it was about doing the right thing it would just be a web form with nhs proof.
Edited by: "crixus" 27th Mar
I suspect most nurses have better things to do than faff about with posting pictures of their hands on social media. Those who might have the time might be self isolating because they were not given proper protective equipment, and a cream now does not make up for no ppf3 masks and visors and disposable scrubs two weeks ago.
What a Bloody cheek, Mrs has volunteered to work Easter as the out of hours service will not be able to cope, so no time to go do what they require.
To promote this as FREE hand cream is an insult.

Look at all the hoops you need to go through! Cold

Is Nursem owned by Mike Ashley?
Edited by: "thisismark" 27th Mar
Lots of NHS workers don't have the time to promote a business to try get some cream.
thisismark27/03/2020 20:06

What a Bloody cheek, Mrs has volunteered to work Easter as the out of …What a Bloody cheek, Mrs has volunteered to work Easter as the out of hours service will not be able to cope, so no time to go do what they require.To promote this as FREE hand cream is an insult.Look at all the hoops you need to go through! Cold Is Nursem owned by Mike Ashley?


Nah, if it was this would be £5 delivery for click and collect.
Terrible promotion strategy from this vermin company
Absolutely disgraceful of them to take advantage of the current situation to promote their cream. Will definitely not be buying from them ever
I know what sort of hand photo I’d be posting with their hashtag 🖕🏻
Why is this getting so hot???
imak27/03/2020 21:52

Why is this getting so hot???


Because people vote on first impressions
haybr27/03/2020 22:35

Because people vote on first impressions


Damn people and their laziness
Even in the current situation some companies have no shame at all, trying to promote their crap cream by asking you to post pictures and tag them.
shameless self promotion.
Boooooo 👎 bad deal - nhs nurses have better things to do
This has to be one of the most evil things I have seen during the pandemic, they really have no ****ing clue, if you really care about the NHS (not sure nurses), post it to hospitals for us to collect, scum!
I was going to get some for a nurse friend of mine. Saw all the requirements and decided to use my time to do something more meaningful for them. I think the promotion makes the company look pretty poor.
This is absolutely shocking - I am truly gobsmacked that a company are asking for nurses to post up pictures of them with their hands up and hashtag including the companys name. This is the WORST THING EVER. These nurses are traumatised with what they are dealing with. My own brother nearly died 2 weeks ago with this virus and the NHS saved his life. They hardly have time to eat never mind this load of rubbish. Why didnt they simply go to a hospital and leave a box for the staff. Total backfire. No one should be voting this hot
Edited by: "bossyboots" 28th Mar
Using NHS for advertising dreadful
Me and my wife are both nurses, this is a dreadful use of a bad situation to promote their own company.
My first reaction reading this was sheer disgust after reading the first few lines. I'm glad my colleagues feel the same. I don't even have an "insta look at me" account. I'm struggling to find work shoes, and these people want to profiteer from my dried, cracked hands!!

Right now I feel the deal should be removed on moral grounds - but then I'm working tomorrow and am psyching myself up already whilst trying to relax - not easy and perhaps a bit sensitive for it.
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