MUK haircare and pancreatic cancer

As a family who has been touched by cancer in a couple of different forms I am always happy to support companies who work towards raising money for cancer research.

My Mum is a breast cancer survivor but unfortunately my Dad lost his battle with bowel cancer at the age of 53, 23 years ago.  Both of these cancers have high profiles and are regularly seen in the media but there are quite a few that receive very little funding and press.

Last week I was on Facebook and saw an initiative by muk haircare where they are going to donate 50 cents for every product sold in their blonde toning shampoo and treatment products to the Avner Nahmani Pancreatic Cancer Foundation

Did you know that Pancreatic cancer is Australia’s deadliest cancer?

Sadly the muk family have been touched by Pancreatic cancer on three occasions, so they wanted to do something to raise awareness and money for pancreatic cancer research.

 

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So, next time you are needing some blonde shampoo or styling products, please consider supporting muk and the Avner Nahmani Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.

You can purchase muk products from selected Salons nationally.

Has your family been affected by pancreatic cancer?  Do you have a favourite charity that you like to support?

Comments

  1. Seashells says

    Unfortunately my family has been affected by pancreatic cancer – my maternal grandfather passed away early last year from complications due to that cancer. As far as I know it’s one of the least funded in terms of research sadly, as well as being a cancer with a low survival rate, so I applaud muk for doing their bit to support such a cause.

    Don’t have a favourite charity that I support, but I’ve taken part in a charity walking event for the NSW branch of the Cancer Council for the last couple of years. I’ll also support other cancer charities in general, since it’s a cause close to my heart.

    • says

      I am sorry to hear that your family has been affected by pancreatic cancer :-(. I think that muk are doing a great job helping to raise awareness of this horrible disease and I was more than happy to help spread the word.

      I am also a huge supporter of the cancer council along with Cycle4Sam which is a charity that was set up in honour of one of my friends son who died at the age of 4. So far they have raised over $350,000 for the Women’s and Children’s Hospital and are about to undertake another huge ride of over 1,000 kms to raise more money. They are an absolute inspiration 🙂