A lot of women all over the world post photos with smeared lipsticks to show that taking a smear test is really important.
They say it can save lives, so women shouldn’t be afraid to take up invites. Prescreening can literally help to cure cervical cancer!
- 1/3 of women don’t take a smear test (these are women aged 25-29)
- Why don’t they take up these tests? Because they are embarrassed about their bodies
- More than 30% of women say that they do not take a test if their special areas are too hairy
- As the survey showed, 34% of women just afraid to show their bikini spots
- 3/4 cases can be successfully cured if screened in time
Among celebs who posted photos of smeared lipsticks with a supporting comment on them, we can see Tamara Ecclestone, Rebekah Vardy, and Gaynor Faye. All of them shared posts with #SmearForSmear hashtags on them.
Tamara Ecclestone supports women with cervical cancer adding the very hashtag.
Rebekah Vardy chose to support these women too on her Twitter account.
Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 35, yet one in three young women don't attend their smear test. I'm supporting @JoTrust and sharing my #SmearForSmear pic because every woman should know that smear tests save lives. Attend your smear test, #reduceyourrisk pic.twitter.com/Ve7wR8AxPg— Rebekah Vardy (@RebekahVardy) 22 января 2018 г.
Check out Kate Lyon’s life-saving selfie.
Every day 9 women in the UK are diagnosed with cervical cancer and 2 lose their lives. Smear tests are the best protection against the disease so no matter how busy or embarrassed you may be, attend your smear test ladies! ????#SmearForSmear #reduceyourrisk @SmearForSmear @JoTrust pic.twitter.com/kRzANYcPYg— Kate Lyon (@Kate_Lyon_) 22 января 2018 г.
Chemmy Alcott shared a post where she summons women in order for them to take smear tests.
Rachel Perera joins to women all over the world in supporting the idea.
As it became known, any woman in the world can find out she has cervical cancer. Let’s save lives - take up invites on smear tests.
If found in time, cancer can be successfully treated!
1 in 4 of you aren’t going to go for your smear test - yet cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 35. A smear takes just seconds, and could save your life ❤️ I’m joining the @JoTrust #SmearForSmear - please share xxx pic.twitter.com/7L5JeJo2Xr— Becky Sheeran (@TalkBeckyTalk) 22 января 2018 г.
Based on materials: dailymail.co.uk