LGFBLook Good Feel Better (Cancer public sevice program)
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LGFB is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and is planning to have workshops in 130 locations by the end of the year.
Rebecca, who also supports the charities, My New Hair and the Little Princess Trust, said: "We invite ladies, teenagers - and soon will invite gentlemen - to come along to a LGFB workshops.
And up to 12% from the sale of each brush and set will be donated to LGFB by Bespoke Europe.
Other activites included massages, a make-up masterclass by LGFB volunteers, health and fitness consultations, a tombola, raffle and afternoon tea session.
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.' Cancer treatment beauty tips * If you've lost brows and lashes due to cancer treatment, use an eye pencil.
LGFB is an extension of that service, and juniors and seniors are able to fulfill some of their community-service hour requirements.
Upon reviewing the contents of her LGFB bag, she realized that several of the products in it contained parabens--chemicals that mimic estrogen and that according to the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics are linked to cancer.
Held in 63 hospitals and cancer support centres in the UK - including Birmingham's City Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital - the LGFB Programme provides uplifting skincare and make-up workshops to increase women's self con-fidence and self esteem at a very difficult and emotional time in their lives.
The charity has just celebrated its 15th anniversary with a round of events sponsored by Boots who are founder members of LGFB.
He said: "LGFB is a great charity that seeks to help women cancer patients at a time when they need a boost the most."
The charity runs free beauty workshops at hospitals and cancer centres and, for its anniversary LGFB has enlisted top beauty experts, stylists and photographers to show how beauty can become part of women's 'armour' in the fight against the disease.
The LGFB campaign was set up by the Cosmetic Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA) and gained charitable status in 1993 with workshops now rolled out in 59 locations across the UK.