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      Care for your health like you do for your Mo.

      Philips proudly partners with Movember®.

      At Philips, our purpose is to improve people’s health and well-being through meaningful innovation.  In fact, we aim to improve 2.5 billion lives per year - including 400 million in underserved communities - by 2030. We innovate for people with one consistent belief: there’s always a way to make life better.

      That’s why Philips is teaming up with Movember®, to support them in their mission to change the face of men’s health.

      Since 2003, Movember® has funded more than 1,250 men’s health projects around the world focused on mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer. During the month formerly known as November, guys grow moustaches to raise funds and awareness for men’s health. These funds help Movember® develop innovative, breakthrough research and support programs year-round that empower men to live happier, healthier and longer lives.

      Changing the face of men’s health is simpler than you think. The solution is right under your nose.

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      Change the face of men's health

      Have a convo, save a bro.
      Helping a friend is easy when you know how.
      Follow these steps to help the conversation flow with a friend who might be struggling.

      • Ask.
      • Listen.
      • Encourage action.
      • Check in.

      Visit movember.com for tools to help you when you spot a bro who’s feeling low.

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      1 in 9 Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. Know the facts and take action early. The difference between early and late detection can be life or death.

      When you’re 50, have a conversation with your doctor about PSA testing. Do it at 45 if you’re African American and/or have a family history.

      Visit movember.com to learn the facts about prostate cancer and how to take action.

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      Testicular cancer is the #1 cancer among young guys 15 - 39. Good news is the survival rate with treatment is 95% if caught early.  What’s more, it’s easy to check for.

      Give your nuts a feel every month or so. Get to know what’s normal for you so that, if anything changes, you know to call your doc.

      Visit movember.com to learn the facts about testicular cancer and how to take action.

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      Meet your Mo

      If you’re ready to grow a moustache this Movember, choose the one that will grace your face.  Handlebar, pyramid or pencil-thin, find your Movember® moustache style here.

      Unsure which one to choose? When in doubt, whatever Mo you grow will save a bro this Movember.

      Get Your Shave & Groom Tools

      Remember to start clean-shaven on Movember® 1st.  Then let your Mo take the spotlight and start conversations about men’s health.  We’ve got you covered with the tools you’ll need to crush this.

      You can also find them at our retailer partners:

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      Moustache styles come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re aiming for a slimline Clark Gable or a full Tom Selleck chevron, the basics of how to grow a Mo remain the same.

      • Give yourself a clean shave with whatever style of electric shaver or razor you prefer. (If you have an issue with razor burn, remember not to apply too much pressure or go for too close a shave.)
      • Shave your Mo using a beard and moustache trimmer with a precision attachment to make a gentle curve under your nose. Trim the hair above your upper lip to create a clean line. Then trim the ends of your moustache outwards, from the edge of your lips.
      • Use wax or pomade to tame your Mo and trim it regularly to keep it tidy.

      *Our thanks to Movember® for providing the health resources on this page.

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