Look Good Feel Better for women is a free community service program that provides useful information and tips specifically tailored to help women deal with the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.
In a relaxed and friendly workshop environment, guided by experienced volunteers from the cosmetic industry, you will learn how to care for your skin and apply make-up to help minimize the appearance related side-effects of your treatment.
You will receive a complimentary Confidence Kit, full of skincare and make-up products donated by the cosmetic industry to take home after the workshop. Our two and a half hour workshops teach you so much more than how to apply make-up – they are designed to empower you with practical tips and tricks to boost your self-esteem and confidence while undergoing treatment.
You will also be shown practical and creative ways to help you deal with impending hair loss – with the opportunity to try on wigs, headscarves and turbans to suit your needs.
Look Good Feel Better for men is a free community service program that provides useful information and tips specifically tailored for men to help them deal with the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.
With the help and guidance of experienced professionally trained volunteers, you will learn how to manage the changes that may occur to your skin, hair and general appearance as a result of your treatment.
Look Good Feel Better for teens is a free community service program that provides useful information and tips specifically tailored for teenage boys and girls to help them deal with the appearance related side-effects of cancer treatment.
Our workshops are about living your life as normally as possible while you go through cancer treatment. Your doctor has the medicine covered. We’re here to focus on your non-medical needs.
Relax, laugh, meet new friends and learn tips and techniques to deal with hair loss, skin-care problems, nutrition, fitness and other issues related to cancer treatment.
Look Good Feel Better for teens is available to boys and girls aged 13-19 years of age who are undergoing, or about to undergo, chemotherapy or radiotherapy for any type of cancer.