Sunday, May 25, 2014

Mammo-You, Mammo-Me

Self-check in the shower

Fighting breast cancer, one bath at a time.

Those words carry the latest advocacy of Human Nature as it unveiled its latest product yesterday, the MammoMe Natural Body Wash. Gone are the days when we just have to buy anything that we need without its attached advocacy. Now, natural products of Human Nature, where I am a dealer, carry every now and then a cause that deserves to be supported for. 

From building houses in Gawad Kalinga villages to increasing income of farmers in Camarines Norte, there are lots more of advocacy that HN brings. How I wish one day they can carry our fire safety advocacy too. This time, I appreciate and support the breast cancer awareness carried with the new MammoMe Natural Body Wash.

As I attended yesterday's Magalogue Turnover, the new product, which is MammoMe, brings its care for Filipinas in their fight against breast cancer. There are three main reasons why MammoMe cares:

First, it cares for your skin. It moisturizes and soothes skin with natural glycerin and aloe vera.

Second, it cares for fellow Filipinas. A portion of proceeds for the purchase of every MammoMe Body Wash will go to the Philippine Foundation for Breast Care (Kasuso Foundation) which helps provide treatment for indigent women with breast cancer. 

Lastly, it cares for your health. At the back of the MammoMe Body Wash bottle is a step-by-step reminder to do your breast self examination while you bath, thereby helping you detect the early signs of breast cancer.

Fight cancer. Self-check in the shower.

To learn more about the Philippine Foundation for Breast Care Inc.'s advocacy, you may visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/kasusongpinay

To know more (or order) about MammoMe Natural Body Wash, visit HN website at www.humanheartnature.com/buy/index.php/

References: HN website, HN June-July 2014 Magalogue

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