Made Men's Line Supports Movember and Men's Health

November 16, 2018 | 3:00 PM

The Made team members (aka “MOBRO’S”) have been participating in the efforts of Movember as individuals for years. Today, Made announces its official company-wide support of The Movember Foundation platform to stop men from dying too young.

 Made continually contributes to men’s health issues, and through Made’s unique men’s grooming line will help raise awareness and funds to benefit Movember’s focus on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention.

 “All of these issues are important to us and our desire to make a difference in our community,” says Barry Shaich, founder of Made.  “Mental health and suicide prevention unfortunately hits very close to home for me. I lost my brother to suicide. He was 22 and I was 7. He was probably the man who spent the most time with me and shaped me to be the man I am today, even though he was not in my life very long.”

Made’s goal is to activate barber friends, stylists and members in the pro beauty community to raise money for Movember Foundation. Made will donate $2.00 for every $hit-Shower-Shave (S.S.S.) kit sold, throughout the month of November.

 Co-founder Nathan Roberts advocates: “We all have to give a $hit.”

The S.S.S by Made contains ($32.00 value now $23.95)    

 Made Men’s Breakaway Bar:  $20 MSRP - Shampoo - Shower - Shave Bar all in one

The Deuce toilet bowl deodorizer:  $12 MSRP - "Spray The Deuce before you drop a deuce and make it safe for others!"

$2.00 of every S.S.S kit is donated to The Movember Foundation

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