Supports Women’s Heart Health with Aid for Pink Goes Red for A Day Event!
Farouk Systems Inc. humbly supports the Go Red! Movement and wore red on February 6th to show support and help shed light on the importance of saving women’s lives who are at risk for vascular and heart health issues. Women’s health is an important issue and a dear concern to everyone in the beauty industry. Farouk Systems is an international beauty company that prides itself on outreach and safety and works to maintain healthy standards. Go Red! is a national movement to show support in helping women to beat heat disease and stroke. Statistically, each year 1 in 3 women die of heart disease and stroke.
All Farouk employees showed support of these issues by wearing red for this year’s National Wear Red day – February 6th, as well as working to garner additional support from artist and fellow members within the beauty industry by encouraging them to also wear red on this day. National Wear Red Day® — occurring on the first Friday of each February, it helps to bring attention to the staggering facts that impact women’s health and encourages everyone to wear red, raise their voices, know their cardiovascular risks and overall, take actions to live longer, healthier lives. This ultimately raises awareness in the fight against these threatening rising numbers and helps to create advocacy and outreach.
Farouk Systems also showed endorsement of this movement when they contributed to the event Pink Goes Red for a Day! on February 7th, an event hosted by the Houston Metropolitan Area Chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. FSI has contributed product donations and door prizes for their Women Heart’s Red Bag of Courage® which provides women with accurate information on various aspects of heart disease so they can make heart healthy decisions about diet, exercise, medical treatment and mental health.
Farouk Systems is proud to be a part of this day and enjoys the opportunity to merge in support of a great community event. It’s rewarding to help shed light on an issue that continually affects growing numbers of women, all across the country yearly.