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The Cosmetic Industry helping cancer patients look their very best

Look Good...Feel Better,
South Africa

Cancer can rob a woman of her energy, appetite and
gth but it need not take away her self-confidence

The Look Good…Feel Better programme is the Cosmetic Industry helping women cancer patients, undergoing active treatment, in a practical and positive way.

Look Good…Feel Better provides free two-hour beauty workshops through a network of hospitals, oncology
clinics & interim homes specially designed to assist these women to manage the appearance related side effects of chemotherapy & radiotherapy, thereby helping
to restore their appearance & self image.

32 000 woman cancer patients
have now attended a Look Good…Feel Better workshop at one of the 39 venues in 7 major cities in South Africa since the programme began in 2004

Look Good…Feel Better is like make
over for
the spirit and that is a beautiful thing

Avon Justine iThemba donated R530 000 -- a proud supporter of LGFB

Latest News

Ø LGFB Dec 2015 Newsletter - click here
Ø LGFB 2016 Jhb Golf Day - SAVE THE DATE - 19th April. Click here

Thanks SAAHSP for a R35 000 donation raised at their annual Fundraising dinner on
2 Nov at Africa Pride - 15 On Orange Hotel.

Ø LGFB 11th Golf Day Newsletter June 2015 
Ø LGFB KZN Golf Day, Booked for  27 Oct 2015
Ø Eyeslices special
Ø  Buy Avroy Shlain and Support LGFB!
Ø  LIKE & SHARE our facebook page
Ø FNB blog the DVD for LGFB, have you seen it on TV? Click here
Ø LGFB DONATIONS link... more
# News Snippets: 
Ø New members: I-Slices Manufacturing Pty Ltd sponsors eyeslices at workshops in pvt. hospitals. African Extracts, Beaucience, & Wesson Therapeutics.

Thank you Gary Rom Group for support & commitment to LGFB.

 # Rethink breast cancer -
view video about breast cancer awareness


Estee Lauder Companies - a proud supporter of LGFB,
raised R 472 651 for LGFB SA through their 2015 Breast Cancer campaign.

Thank you for helping us to make an immeasurable
difference to SA's facing cancer.
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