Louis Covre, of Grafton Fast Photos, shows off his Movember efforts.
Louis Covre, of Grafton Fast Photos, shows off his Movember efforts. JoJo Newby

Choose your favourite Movember Mo

GRAFTON'S Louis Covre is one of hundreds of Clarence Valley men getting ready to attack their faces with a razor.

After four weeks of abandoning their shaving equipment to grow caterpillars on their upper lips, the time has almost come to bring the razors out of storage and return to the daily ritual of shaving.

Although many of the men complain about the itchiness involved in growing a moustache, tens of thousands of Aussies do it to help raise money and awareness for men's health; especially prostate cancer and depression.

Last year more than 130,000 Australian "Mo Bros" and "Mo Sisters" took part in Movember and raised $25 million.

There is still much to be done to catch up with the women's health movement, but men are doing this one mo at a time.

Take a look at some of Grafton's best Movember mo's and vote in our online poll.



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