Manscaped x Testicular Cancer Society
For Valentine's Day this year, I opted for the Manscaped Performance Package instead of the typical candy & chocolates for my boyfriend. He had mentioned this company in passing one day, probably after he saw it on SharkTank, Barstool or tbh probably Barstool Smokeshows' instagram. LOL!
So I decided to surprise him with this pack. He loved it!
The individual Manscaped products I purchased:
The Lawn Mower 3.0 - electric groin trimmer
The Weed Whacker - nose & ear hair trimmer
Crop Essentials Pack; which includes:
Crop Cleanser - invigorating hair & body wash
Crop Preserver - anti-chafing ball deodorant
Crop Reviver - refreshing ball toner with pH control
Crop Mop - on-the-go ball wipe pack
The Shed - vegan leather toiletry bag
When I was looking into this present/company, I found out that Manscaped paired up with the Testicular Cancer Society, "To Save Balls". I really like when companies come together with non-profits to build awareness of their philanthropic causes. Manscaped says on their website, "Together, We Save Balls" by creating tools to manscape "the family jewels" but by also bringing awareness to this "ball-busting disease".
"Men’s health and hygiene is at the core of MANSCAPED—it is the essence of our cause. This partnership will raise awareness on an issue that impacts men of all ages. Early detection is imperative.
Not only do we feel compelled to get the word out, we feel that it’s our duty to do so."
- Manscaped CEO Paul Tran
I feel like most men, especially the ones I know, are unlikely to go to the doctor when something's bothering them. So I really appreciate this company bringing awareness to TC and the importance of early detection.
So girls (or guys), steal your mans phone and text 'selfexam' to 29-999, for monthly "check yo' self texts".
They also have a HEALTHCARE PROVIDER DISCOUNT!!!
Click here to get 20% off your entire order!
Facts About Testicular Cancer:
Testicular cancer is the most common type of cancer in men ages 15-35.
One man, every hour, of every day, is diagnosed with testicular cancer.
If caught and treated early, TC is 99% curable.
Most of the time, a lump on the testicle is the first symptom.
Unfortunately, half of all men diagnosed with TC do not seek medical attention until after the cancer has spread to other areas of the body.