American Cancer Society’s Look Good, Feel Better

The Look Good Feel Better group workshop is a 2-hour hands-on workshop for female cancer patients. It includes a detailed description and demonstration of the 12-step skin care and makeup program. Also instruction on options relating to hair loss, including wigs (types/care), turbans and scarves, nail care.
Suggestions on clothing and ways to use flattering colors and shapes, as well as ways to camouflage areas of concern during cancer treatment. Each patient who participates in a group workshop receives a free 300.00 kit of cosmetics, donated by the cosmetic industry, to use as tools to learn techniques during the program and take home!
A group program typically includes 6 to 8 patients and is run by a volunteer licensed beauty professional who conducts the workshop. Look Good Feel Better is free, non-medical and salon and product neutral. Volunteers and program participants do not promote any cosmetic product line or manufacturer. All cosmetics used in the group program have been donated.
December 18th from 1 to 3pm at Bay Area Hospital, CHEC Building, 3950 Sherman Avenue, North Bend. Call the American Cancer Society, 800-227-2345
You qualify for the class if you are a woman, age 18 or older, currently undergoing cancer treatment, about to undergo cancer treatment or have recently completed cancer treatment (chemotherapy, radiation therapy, surgery, hormone therapy or other forms of treatment). Only program participants may attend the workshop.

This entry was posted on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 and is filed under Events, Local News, Public Service Announcements, State News.