It is Movember and the month to raise awareness on men’s health risks, focusing specifically on combating prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges in men.  The moustache symbolizes “changing the face of men’s health.” Movember encourages men to invest in their own health by more openly talking about their health concerns and more proactively seeking necessary medical care. We thought of sharing these 5 handy grooming tips to help you tame those moustaches

1. Preparation is key

Make sure your skin is in excellent condition. Now is not the time to skimp on that cleanse, tone and moisturise routine.

What to buy? Annique 180 degrees facewash, moisture shield and night recovery.

2. Pre-shaving oil and foam wil save your life

Using this kind of product wukk help soften your hairs and nourish your skin.  You only need a little bit of product but is a must if you want a silky smooth shave

What to buy?  Annique 180 degrees shave gel

3. Never trim the stache when it is wet

The danger of trimming hair when it is wet is that you’ll chop too much off and when it dries and inevitably shrinks.

4. Don’t forget to style

Find a moustache style that suits your face if you want to look more like Jude Law and less like Santa Clause.

A Few Movember facts:

  •  1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime.
  • Over 238,000 new cases of the disease will be diagnosed and almost 30,000 men will die of prostate cancer in 2013.
  • Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in males between the ages of 15 and 35.
  • Men who sit more than six hours a day have an 18 percent increased risk of dying from heart disease and a 7.8 percent increased chance of dying from diabetes compared with someone who sits for three hours or less a day.
  • Globally, 5.3 million deaths will be attributed to physical inactivity.
  • 24% of men are less likely to go to the doctor compared to women.

So Ladies, why not Celebrate Movember  with the men in your life by encouraging male family members and friends to get a check-up today – a simple conversation could help save a life!