Our Signature Steps is a wellness program we created to help you feel like yourself again.
We can help you take charge of how you look and feel during your cancer journey, from learning how to choose a wig or tie a headscarf to recreating the look of lost eyebrows. These easy techniques will help you reclaim your sense of self so you can face cancer with confidence. It’s a chance to be yourself again.
Contact us if you are unable to attend a workshop and would like to be sent a copy of our Signature Steps Guide.
The Skincare and Cosmetics steps provide tools and techniques on how to keep a healthy skin care regimen and even out your skin tone during treatment. You will learn how to define your eyes, recreate lost eyebrows and eyelashes, as well as enhance your overall look with some color accents on your lips and cheeks.Learn More
Hair loss can be one of the most devastating effects of cancer treatment. It’s important to remember that it’s only temporary. Preparing for it can make the transition easier. Here, you will learn what to expect, everything you need to know about wigs (styles, colors, material), tips on how to select one, how to take care of it, and style it. And if you are not in the mood for a wig, scarves and hats can be protective and stylish alternatives. We have easy scarf-tying techniques for you.Learn More
Learn about the importance of practicing strict and proper cosmetic hygiene, the necessary steps for optimum sun protection, as well as tips on nail and oral care while going through treatment.Learn More
The Breast Care component helps women feel confident in returning to everyday activities, be it swimming, running, feeling comfortable in their clothes, or hugging their loved ones after breast cancer.
Find out tips and resources on appropriate wear and fit for everyday bras during treatment and into recovery, while also finding information on post-surgical bras and breast form options.Learn More
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.