We all know breast cancer is a serious health concern that affects millions of women around the world. We also know how crucial it is for women to regularly check themselves for any signs or symptoms of breast cancer.
We also understand that not all women check on a regular basis. So for this month, we would like to encourage self-examination for all our customers and supporters, with a little help from GHD to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Read on to find out how you can participate and make a difference!
Why Breast Cancer Awareness Matters
Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer among women, and early detection plays a significant role in successful treatment. By raising awareness, we aim to educate our valued customers about the importance of self-examination and regular check-ups.
Breast cancer can affect anyone, regardless of age or lifestyle, making it essential for all women to be proactive in understanding their bodies and recognising potential warning signs.
Joining Hands for a Great Cause
Ponteland Hair and Beauty salon, along with GHD, recognise the significance of community support when it comes to fighting breast cancer. For that reason GHD have produced a great video to help you ‘check yourself’. We advise all to follow the video below to ensure that you have the necessary knowledge to take control of your breast health:
Additionally, we will have some GHD pink limited edition collection on sale, where £10 of each sale will go towards breast cancer research and support charities.
Empowering Women Through Awareness
Breast cancer awareness is not just about wearing a pink ribbon or raising funds for research organisations. It’s about empowering women to take charge of their health and prioritise regular check-ups.
At Ponteland Hair and Beauty salon, we believe that educating our customers about breast cancer awareness is a small step towards a healthier community.
Join us this October as we stand together against breast cancer and make a difference in the lives of women everywhere.
We recommend sharing this post across your social media and tag in any of your female friends and family to provide this advise and request them to ‘check yourself’.