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What if I told you that your eagerness to empower men and women and fill them with knowledge could change not only their worlds, but the world?

What if I told you that ‘what ifs’ are just that?

What if I told you, you could not only change, but save a life?

You have the opportunity to inform, educate, empower, change, and save lives.

1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 1 in 4 males will be diagnosed with cancer, with testicular cancer ranking as the 16th most common cancer among men.

You might remember our post about SniffyWiffy from a few months back. If you haven’t yet read it, you can here.

As a recap, Sniffy Wiffy isn’t just a bath and beauty brand. They’re a health and wellness brand. The very essence of the brand isn’t to create amazing, handmade bath and beauty products (which they obviously do anyways). It’s to create awareness. Sniffy Wiffy isn’t just donating proceeds in support of women’s and men’s health, they’re creating an army of aware and health-conscious consumers and promoting the importance of early detection in breast and testicular cancer. Now, you have the opportunity to become a vital part of that army.

You now have the opportunity to earn money while promoting self-examinations by becoming a Sniffette. We don’t always pay attention to, or check our bodies like we should, and applying one of Sniffy Wiffy’s body lotions not only gives you a visual reminder and how-to via their packaging, it also leaves your skin coated in a fine layer of oil, providing the perfect conditions to do a self-examination.

SniffyWiffy provides you with everything you need to succeed. All you have to do is spread the word and support the cause.

Everyone knows someone who has battled or lost their life to cancer. Now is your opportunity to play a direct role in the importance of creating awareness around early detection.

Not interested in becoming a Sniffette, but still want to support SniffyWiffy’s cause? Shop their products! A portion of all proceeds goes into research for breast and testicular cancers.

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