Skincare


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Connect with other women while learning how to manage the appearance-related impact of cancer. Find the workshop nearest you using our workshop finder.

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You are welcome to register for one or more online workshops. One hour in length, our online workshops are offered in a small group setting with an easy-to-use video conferencing technology. All offer a supportive and welcoming environment led by expert volunteers. Click each button to read more about what you’ll learn in each workshop and to register.

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For those days when ten minutes to get ready is considered a luxury, the Look Good Feel Better 5-minute face is the way to go! 

Makeup artist, mother to twins, and cancer survivor Jodi Ann shares how to achieve the perfect dewy look, arched brows, and other useful tips all while maintaining make up hygiene to keep you safe during treatment. 

Whether wondering how to build a skincare routine following a cancer diagnosis or are currently in treatment but don’t see it’s impact on your skin, understanding how to maintain healthy, glowing skin can be challenging. Katarina Simon, Field Executive and Makeup Artist at Estee Lauder, and Yvette Demeter, five-year cancer survivor and Look Good Feel Better Ambassador, got together to teach us how to decode our skincare. Get ready to jot down some notes as Katarina shares useful information on how to brighten and protect your skin, the difference between serums and moisturizers, and so much more!

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We hope the information outlined here will help you find ways to manage the appearance-related effects of cancer treatment.

This is not intended to replace medical care in any way. The information provided is meant to support the advice from your healthcare team. You should always consult your healthcare practitioner with any questions or concerns.