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MiN Supports Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Partial Proceeds of sales will be donated to Prostate Cancer Research


July 1, 2003 – MiN hair care, the world pioneer in professional-only men's hair color and the maker of MiN products that support the hair color, is announcing its participation in supporting Prostate Cancer Awareness. September marks Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and in support, MiN will be donating partial proceeds from the sale of all MiN Wash purchased in September to the Prostate Cancer Research Institute.

“I think it is imperative to create awareness among men and women alike, to encourage them to perform physical exams once a month,” says Chad Murawczyk, founder and president of MiN. “So many men don’t know about the risks of prostate cancer and how easy it is to detect and treat if monthly exams are performed.”

MiN Wash is MiN hair care’s new shampoo which treats and prevents hair loss while maintaining tonality and lasting results of hair color. MiN Wash contains active ingredients to perform more than just cleanse your hair. Saw Palmetto, Provitamin B5 and Zinc Sulfate block DHT on the scalp to prevent hair loss; Gingko Biloba increases scalp circulation; Hydrolyzed wheat, oat and silk proteins and Amino Acids nourish and structurally fortify the hair, while Aloe Leaf Extract moisturizes and conditions.

MiN products are carried exclusively in professional salons and stores, on and on Readers can log on to the website to learn more about MiN hair color and MiN products.

To learn more about the Prostate Cancer Research Institute and its fight against prostate cancer log on to

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