SKYN® Condoms, the first-ever non-latex polyisoprene condom on the market, is proud to announce a partnership with the Movember Foundation for the third consecutive year in North America. With a shared commitment to men’s health, SKYN will reintroduce their special Movember edition condoms, which are available for purchase at major retailers across the U.S. and Canada. As part of the partnership, SKYN will donate $0.50 from each sale of its 12-count custom box to the Movember Foundation (up to $50,000).
“Our continued partnership with the Movember Foundation has given us a larger platform to drive awareness for men’s health year after year,” says Jeyan Heper, CEO of LifeStyles. “By working with the Movember Foundation for the third year in a row and donating proceeds from sales of our special edition SKYN Condoms, we are supporting men’s health and keeping it top of mind, both in and out of the bedroom.”
In addition to the availability of SKYN Movember edition condoms at major retailers across the U.S. and Canada, SKYN will also distribute thousands of Movember edition sample packs at college campuses leading up to and throughout the month of November.
Participants who join SKYN’s Movember network and raise $50 or more for Movember are automatically entered into the SKYN sweepstakes for the potential to win a three-night trip for two to either: Sedona, Arizona; Aspen, Colorado; or Jackson Hole, Wyoming. For further details on the sweepstakes and joining the SKYN team, please visit https://us.movember.com/terms#50draw.
“Movember partners have played an extraordinary role in a mission that has helped the Foundation create more than 1,200 men’s health projects in 21 countries,” said Adam Garone, co-founder and U.S. Country director at the Movember Foundation. “Our partnership with SKYN Condoms will allow us to expand our brand awareness, reach new audiences – all in an effort to ultimately help men live happier, healthier, longer lives.”
The Movember Foundation is the only global charity focused solely on men’s health, funding over 1,200 innovative projects across 21 countries. The Foundation raises vital funds for men’s health programs supporting these critical areas: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.