Cancer Patient Self Esteem Gets A Make Over

Cancer Patient Self Esteem Gets A Make Over 

In Hibbingmn this week, they talk about how the programme ‘look good, feel better’ is boosting self esteem in cancer patients.

Look Good Feel Better sponsored by American Cancer Society for women undergoing active treatment for cancer. The course offers advice and tips on makeup and wig styling to help women feel and look amazing.  The truth is, women undergoing cancer treatment can develop self-esteem issues.

As a result of body changes and hair loss, some females self esteem is affected to the extreme that they wont even leave the house accept to attend hospital appointments.


Volunteer cosmologists who attend Look Good Feel Better,speak to participants about the skin changes they may experience due to treatment due to treatment and how to deal with them. Each participant also receives a makeup bag valued at $200.


The Look Good Feel Better programme was developed in 1987 and has now supported over  850,000 women in the United States alone, to help them look and feel beautiful.

To learn more about this amazing programme click here: Self Esteem Programme for Females with Cancer 

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