LGFB

AcronymDefinition
LGFBLook Good Feel Better (Cancer public sevice program)
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And up to 12% from the sale of each brush and set will be donated to LGFB by Bespoke Europe.
Sarahjane Robertson, executive director at LGFB UK, said: "We couldn't run our skincare and make-up workshops without the extraordinary support provided by P&G.
LGFB director Sarahjane Robertson says, 'Many women tell us their LGFB workshop helped them regain a sense of control and normality at a time when diagnosis had taken over their lives.
LGFB is an extension of that service, and juniors and seniors are able to fulfill some of their community-service hour requirements.
When I challenged the industry's trade group to disclose what chemicals might be in those bags, the PCPC responded, "In an abundance of caution, certain types of products and ingredients, which may be used safely in products for the general public, may not accepted for use in the LGFB kits .
LGFB director Sarahjane Robertson says, 'Many women tell us their LGFB workshop helped them regain a sense of control and normality at a time when diagnosis had taken over their lives We're helping women to have a positive mental attitude, which medical experts say can be vital when going through treatment.
When women cancer patients sit down at a group LGFB session and see the beautiful box containing donated cosmetics, they are thrilled.
Reimagine Beauty by virtually experiencing Look Good Feel Better through the online Makeover Tool and LGFB Beauty app , then sharing both their image and story via social media for the chance to win an exclusive prize.
With every LGFB facial performed, $15 will be donated to Look Good Feel Better ($5 each from Ritz Carlton Spas, Clarisonic and Skin Authority).
Held at comprehensive cancer clinics, hospitals, and community centers, each two-hour, hands-on LGFB group program includes tools and techniques for skin care, make-up, and ways to cope with hair loss.
LGFB is a national public service program helping patients struggling with the appearance-related challenges of cancer treatment.