Ian Wright and Aaron Ramsdale Take 'Mo Bros' to a New Level for Gillette's Movember Campaign

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Oct 31, 2023
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Image via Gillette Ian Wright and Aaron Ramsdale join forces in Gillette’s latest Movember campaign, ‘Who’s Your Mo Mate?’. For more than a decade, Gillette and Movember have partnered together to help change the face of men’s health, and inspire men to shave down and participate in the annual moustache-growing movement. However, a new survey conducted by Gillette has revealed that roughly 6 Million men in the UK are unable to grow a moustache, and that includes everyone’s favourite football Uncle, Ian Wright. Wrighty has called on fellow Gooner, Ramsdale, to step up and grow a ‘tache on his behalf – an act that ensures he can still raise vital awareness and funds for Movember, without growing any facial hair. Gillette and Movember want to encourage friends – like Wrighty and Ramsdale – to have more open conversations about men’s health issues and show that next month isn’t just about growing a moustache; it’s about coming together and trusting each other to tackle health challenges men face all over the world. The rate of male suicide is alarmingly high; 3 out 4 suicides in the UK are by men and globally, on average, one man dies by suicide every minute of every day. As mental health can still be a taboo subject, the campaign will use the power of friendship and trust to encourage all men to open up in real conversations and show that whatever you or a mate grow – whether patchy, lopsided, itchy or epic will help aid Movember’s funds and awareness for men’s health. In addition to finding a ‘Mo Mate’ to grow a moustache for you, there are also a variety of different ways to support Movember’s important work if you can’t grow a Mo. People can also Move For Mental Health, Host a Mo-Ment and even Mo Your Own Way. To find out more about the Gillette x Movember partnership, look here.

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Ian Wright and Aaron Ramsdale Take 'Mo Bros' to a New Level for Gillette's Movember Campaign

What a shave from Ramsdale!

Oct 31, 2023
Amie Cripps
Words by
Photography by

Image via Gillette Ian Wright and Aaron Ramsdale join forces in Gillette’s latest Movember campaign, ‘Who’s Your Mo Mate?’. For more than a decade, Gillette and Movember have partnered together to help change the face of men’s health, and inspire men to shave down and participate in the annual moustache-growing movement. However, a new survey conducted by Gillette has revealed that roughly 6 Million men in the UK are unable to grow a moustache, and that includes everyone’s favourite football Uncle, Ian Wright. Wrighty has called on fellow Gooner, Ramsdale, to step up and grow a ‘tache on his behalf – an act that ensures he can still raise vital awareness and funds for Movember, without growing any facial hair. Gillette and Movember want to encourage friends – like Wrighty and Ramsdale – to have more open conversations about men’s health issues and show that next month isn’t just about growing a moustache; it’s about coming together and trusting each other to tackle health challenges men face all over the world. The rate of male suicide is alarmingly high; 3 out 4 suicides in the UK are by men and globally, on average, one man dies by suicide every minute of every day. As mental health can still be a taboo subject, the campaign will use the power of friendship and trust to encourage all men to open up in real conversations and show that whatever you or a mate grow – whether patchy, lopsided, itchy or epic will help aid Movember’s funds and awareness for men’s health. In addition to finding a ‘Mo Mate’ to grow a moustache for you, there are also a variety of different ways to support Movember’s important work if you can’t grow a Mo. People can also Move For Mental Health, Host a Mo-Ment and even Mo Your Own Way. To find out more about the Gillette x Movember partnership, look here.

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Image via Gillette Ian Wright and Aaron Ramsdale join forces in Gillette’s latest Movember campaign, ‘Who’s Your Mo Mate?’. For more than a decade, Gillette and Movember have partnered together to help change the face of men’s health, and inspire men to shave down and participate in the annual moustache-growing movement. However, a new survey conducted by Gillette has revealed that roughly 6 Million men in the UK are unable to grow a moustache, and that includes everyone’s favourite football Uncle, Ian Wright. Wrighty has called on fellow Gooner, Ramsdale, to step up and grow a ‘tache on his behalf – an act that ensures he can still raise vital awareness and funds for Movember, without growing any facial hair. Gillette and Movember want to encourage friends – like Wrighty and Ramsdale – to have more open conversations about men’s health issues and show that next month isn’t just about growing a moustache; it’s about coming together and trusting each other to tackle health challenges men face all over the world. The rate of male suicide is alarmingly high; 3 out 4 suicides in the UK are by men and globally, on average, one man dies by suicide every minute of every day. As mental health can still be a taboo subject, the campaign will use the power of friendship and trust to encourage all men to open up in real conversations and show that whatever you or a mate grow – whether patchy, lopsided, itchy or epic will help aid Movember’s funds and awareness for men’s health. In addition to finding a ‘Mo Mate’ to grow a moustache for you, there are also a variety of different ways to support Movember’s important work if you can’t grow a Mo. People can also Move For Mental Health, Host a Mo-Ment and even Mo Your Own Way. To find out more about the Gillette x Movember partnership, look here.

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Ian Wright and Aaron Ramsdale Take 'Mo Bros' to a New Level for Gillette's Movember Campaign

What a shave from Ramsdale!

Oct 31, 2023
Amie Cripps
Words by
Photography by

Image via Gillette Ian Wright and Aaron Ramsdale join forces in Gillette’s latest Movember campaign, ‘Who’s Your Mo Mate?’. For more than a decade, Gillette and Movember have partnered together to help change the face of men’s health, and inspire men to shave down and participate in the annual moustache-growing movement. However, a new survey conducted by Gillette has revealed that roughly 6 Million men in the UK are unable to grow a moustache, and that includes everyone’s favourite football Uncle, Ian Wright. Wrighty has called on fellow Gooner, Ramsdale, to step up and grow a ‘tache on his behalf – an act that ensures he can still raise vital awareness and funds for Movember, without growing any facial hair. Gillette and Movember want to encourage friends – like Wrighty and Ramsdale – to have more open conversations about men’s health issues and show that next month isn’t just about growing a moustache; it’s about coming together and trusting each other to tackle health challenges men face all over the world. The rate of male suicide is alarmingly high; 3 out 4 suicides in the UK are by men and globally, on average, one man dies by suicide every minute of every day. As mental health can still be a taboo subject, the campaign will use the power of friendship and trust to encourage all men to open up in real conversations and show that whatever you or a mate grow – whether patchy, lopsided, itchy or epic will help aid Movember’s funds and awareness for men’s health. In addition to finding a ‘Mo Mate’ to grow a moustache for you, there are also a variety of different ways to support Movember’s important work if you can’t grow a Mo. People can also Move For Mental Health, Host a Mo-Ment and even Mo Your Own Way. To find out more about the Gillette x Movember partnership, look here.

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