No-Shave November includes putting down your razor for 30 days and giving your facial hair upkeep costs to cancer care and research. Established in 2009 by the Hill family to pay tribute to their dad, Matthew Hill, who passed away from cancer in November 2007, this yearly occasion has become extremely successful in the course of recent years and raised over $2 million to date.
During No-Shave November all proceeds go to the American Cancer Society, Prevent Cancer Foundation, Fight Colorectal Cancer, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
What do you do During No-Shave November?
Being involved with No-Shave November is easy: make an individual page on www.no-shave.org where others can donate, quit shaving, and let your hair grow to show support to the individuals who have lost their hair while receiving medical treatment. Support of any sort is valued; growing beards, mustaches, or letting your body hair grow are all great ways to participate.
Whether you’re participating alone or as a group, you can take up donations on right on your no-shave November page by sharing it with friends, relatives, and associates.
How to Groom During No-Shave November
It is allowed to stay well groomed all through No-Shave November, so you don’t have to stress over looking unkempt while supporting this wonderful cause.
Tips to prep your facial hair and remain looking sharp.
Keep your beard clean by using a gentle cleanser. Subsequent to shampooing, add conditioner to soften and relax your facial hair.
Softly pat your facial hair dry with a towel. Tapping your facial hair dry helps prevent irritating your skin and avoid frizz.
Adding a couple of drops of beard oil to your whiskers each day also helps keep it looking shiny and feeling smooth. Beginning at the base of your neck, rub the oil into your whiskers hairs and the skin underneath, giving careful consideration to dry and bothersome regions.
Brush your facial hair with a wide-toothed brush or with a wild boar bristle brush in order to uniformly spread the beard oil. Regular brushing of your facial hair additionally eliminates stray hairs and keeps your beard hairs from tangling.
Letting your hair grow for No-Shave November does not prevent you from looking great. By practicing these tips, you can look and feel your best while supporting cancer education, prevention and research.
Raising awareness and supporting causes that fight cancer is extremely important these days. If you or someone you know is suffering from this devastating disease and has experienced hair loss Transitions of Wisconsin understands and can help. If you’re interested in scheduling a free consultation, contact us today!