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This April, the Movember Foundation is encouraging guys and their partners to get to ‘Know thy Nuts’. The mission of Testicular Cancer Awareness Month is to educate the country about what’s normal and most importantly, what’s not.
Like all women out there, you’ve probably tried every possible form of hair removal, just to try and keep yourself looking good and feeling even better about yourself. Am I right?
While men across the world take part in Movember, Galway is about to run its own, very specific take on the moustache growing charity, in an effort to raise money for local cancer charity Cancer Care West.
If laser hair removal is something you have been thinking about now is the time to put those thoughts into action.
Movember is back and this year it aims to get the Irish public flexing their muscles while raising awareness and funds for men’s health.
Movember brought back the moustache and now it is bringing ‘MOVE,’ a 30-day fitness challenge to raise funds and awareness for men’s health.
The traditional methods of hair removal by shaving, waxing, or creams are only temporary, hence the beauty of laser hair removal.
Over 400,000 Irish women have chosen laser hair removal at Therapie Clinic. In a lifetime a women will spend over €10,000 on hair removal. Think of all those lotions, potions, and devices we have invested in that promise smoother, silkier skin. On average we shave 12 times a month but many of us admit to shaving daily, especially during the summer. In order to get the perfect close shave or effective wax we often need to ‘grow’ our hair in advance of treating it.
St Muredach’s College in Ballina welcomed back one of their own last week as former Mayo football captain, Ronan McGarrity, returned to the college.
The end of November means the end of Movember, the month when many men grow a moustache to raise funds to combat men’s cancers.