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Shiseido Makes a Donation to Victims of Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami

Shiseido Donates Over $1 Million to Provide Relief to Japan

In a move to help its countrymen, Shiseido has donated 100 million Japanese Yen (approximately $1,274,000) to provide relief to those affected by last week's devastating earthquake and tsunami. In addition, the Japanese brand is also giving needy people 10,000 bottles each of its dry shampoo, medicated hand soap, and two different sizes of quick-drying disinfectant lotion.

To find out how you can lend a hand, too, head to the Red Cross' website or call 1800 811 700 to make a donation.

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