Galderma Launches Face for Change Program

January 26, 2021
Morgan Petronelli

Galderma announced the launch of its Face for Change program that allows abobotulinumtoxinA (Dysport) patients to give back with each treatment received to either Dress for Success or The Skin Cancer Foundation.

Dress for Success and The Skin Cancer Foundation are aiming to make a positive impact in communities around the country by allowing abobotulinumtoxinA (Dysport) patients to give back with each treatment, according to a company press release.

"At Galderma, we care deeply for people and for the communities in which we operate. We have an essential role to play in giving back, which is why we are proud to announce the launch of our Face for Change program," said Alisa Lask, vice president and general manager at Galderma. "Now when a consumer chooses Dysport, they are choosing to look good, feel good and do good!"

From Jan. 19, 2021, to Feb. 28, 2021, every patient who receives abobotulinumtoxinA from a licensed health care provider in accordance with the product's FDA-approved indication and labeling that is recorded by the health care provider in the ASPIRE Galderma Rewards loyalty program, Galderma will contribute $100 to either The Skin Cancer Foundation or Dress for Success.

"We are delighted by the launch of Galderma's Face for Change initiative," said Deborah S. Sarnoff, MD, president of The Skin Cancer Foundation. "It is encouraging to see leading organizations give back to their communities in a meaningful way, particularly during these unprecedented times. We appreciate their support of our mission to save and improve lives through skin cancer education."

"Our mission at Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing support that will help them thrive in work and in life," said Joi Gordon, CEO at Dress for Success. "That is why we are proud to be a part of Galderma's Face for Change, an initiative that similarly seeks to give back to our communities and empower those around us."

More information about FACE for Change can be found here.