The young start-up housed at the Village by CA in Paris donated nearly 2,000 boxes of its flagship product to healthcare staff in the region. The balm helps to take care of their dry hands by the intensive use of hydroalcoholic gels.
"My whole family is in the medical profession, except me!" " Camille Brégeaut admits with a smile: she has chosen another path. With Clémentine Granet, a friend she met on the benches of a business school, she created Les Petits Prödiges in 2017.
A multi-purpose balm to care for the hands
An entrepreneurial adventure launched with a strong idea: to offer 100% natural cosmetic products made in France. With the help of an experienced chemist, the two young women notably developed a multi-purpose balm with only 7 ingredients and the only natural preservative of vitamin E.
"During a conversation, a cousin doctor, mobilized on the Covid-19 front, told me that healthcare workers were suffering from their hands, assaulted by repeated washing with hydroalcoholic gel. We took stock of our stock and immediately decided to donate nearly 2,000 balms to hospitals and Ephad. "
Mutual aid, an asset for tomorrow
An important solidarity effort for the young start-up which is just starting to build a range. “We want to offer products that take care of others, it was obvious to do this approach in these exceptional circumstances. "
Hosted at Village by CA in Paris, Les Petits Prödiges relies on the ecosystem's network of experts dedicated to start-ups to develop its activity. “We fell in love with the Village by CA, which is always very responsive when we have a legal or financial question. It's invaluable for the future of a small business like ours. "