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Las Vegas Anal Bleaching Studio Raising Money For Colon Cancer Research

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Wax Hair Removal Bar, one of the leading waxing and anal bleaching studios in Las Vegas, is raising donations for colorectal cancer research by offering their classic "anal bleaching" t-shirts for sale on Teespring.com, and donating 100% of the profits to research. Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related death in America and Canada, and millions of people are affected by it each year. Wax Hair Removal Bar is attempting to bring an uncomfortable discussion out into the open, in order for it to be addressed more effectively, raising money for research in the process.

"We wanted to bring awareness to colon cancer and the need for research into prevention and a cure, and raising money for research is the best way for us to do so. We do anal bleaching, and are used to the public shying away from open discussion about their bodies. This is our way of opening up the dialog and raising money for a good cause in the process," Wax Hair Removal Bar owner Luba Sasowski stated.

By purchasing and wearing your "anal bleach" shirt, you will be showing support for awareness and contributing to a good cause in the process. T-shirts can be purchased at www.teespring.com/waxbar

Wax Hair Removal Bar can be reached for information at 702-221-4WAX.

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