Look Good Feel Better

Wellbeing workshops and classes for people living with cancer 

We understand how emotionally challenging living with cancer can be. This is why we run wellbeing workshops and classes virtually and at hospitals and cancer care centres across the UK; led by beauty and health expert volunteers to help people feel good, look better and more like themselves again.

Support for Women

Book onto an enjoyable and informative two hour online workshop. As part of a small group you’ll have a chance to learn new skills and techniques and have the opportunity to chat to our expert as well as others in a similar situation to yourself.

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Support for Men

Our men’s sessions are hosted by barbering experts and cover issues over shaving, uncomfortable skin, scarring and other challenges. It’s a chance to ask questions and learn something new.

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Support for Young Adults

Our sessions are a time to relax and have fun learning new techniques from an expert in skincare and makeup. From brows and lashes to skin related challenges – sign up and give it a go.

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Virtual Workshops

At Look Good Feel Better our confidence-boosting workshops are part of our DNA – that’s what we do. Now, because of the current worldwide crisis, we know that our support is even more vital so we’ve trialled and launched virtual workshops to enable us to reach out to people living with cancer in their own homes.

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Beneficiary Stories

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“Chemo made me feel the worst I’ve ever felt.”

Hilary, originally from Canada, has lived in the UK for 15 years. She was sadly diagnosed with cancer in March 2020, a time where Covid was emerging, and the world was full of unknowns. One year later following surgery and chemo, she is now well and embracing her new curly locks which developed following treatment.... View Article

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“It was a lonely journey. As much as I have many friends and family; my husband, my kids, and my mum – during covid times going through treatment I was alone”

Skye, 41, a mum of six from London, first discovered a lump on her breast when she stopped breast feeding her youngest child, 26 month-old Suraya.   She said: “I showed it to my mum, she thought it was nothing, but I then showed it to my doctor, who referred me to the breast clinic... View Article

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“When I was first diagnosed with bowel cancer, it was a shock, I am healthy and active. I am a keen cyclist and ride my bike a lot.”

Gervase, 65, was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2019. A year later, he was given the all clear just in time to celebrate Christmas with his wife Shirley and family at their home in Salisbury, which he said “was the best present.” “When I was first diagnosed with bowel cancer, it was a shock, I... View Article

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“I’ve been fit and well all my life, then all of a sudden had a serious disease to contend with.”

In August 2021, Phil, 46, received the devastating news that he had stage 4 high grade non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Non-Hodgkin lymphoma is a type of cancer that develops in the lymphatic system, a network of vessels and glands spread throughout your body. Just 6 weeks later after his diagnosis, a biopsy confirmed a double hit lymphoma... View Article

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Julia’s Story

Julia, an English teacher and mum of two from Cardiff in South Wales, first noticed a lump in her breast back in 2017 whilst living in Beirut, but was told it was “just a cyst” and nothing to be concerned about. It wasn’t until August 2021, after Julia returned to the UK, that she noticed... View Article

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Penny’s Story

Penny, who has attended many of our workshops following her cancer diagnosis in 2017, has chosen to take on our 28 Day Challenge this February and will be doing 28 days of Good Deeds and Acts of Kindness for her challenge as a thank you for the support she has received and to help others... View Article

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Poppy’s Story

Poppy, 30, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma in August 2020. Following 8 months of intensive chemotherapy, Poppy, a musician in the Royal Air Force, attended a number of Look Good Feel Better virtual workshops including our skincare and makeup, hair care and body confidence sessions. Poppy has very kindly shared her experience and story... View Article

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John’s Story

John Rowley, 70 from South Yorkshire, was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in Aug 2020, and attended a Look Good Feel Better virtual workshop in February this year. This is what he had to say about his experience attending one of our men’s sessions… “ At the virtual workshop with attendees from across the country, I... View Article

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How You Can Help

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We want to improve the wellbeing for thousands of people living with cancer. But we can't do it without your help. Find out ways to get involved and help raise funds.

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We have charity places in challenge events across the UK to suit all abilities and tastes. Sign up, have fun and get fundraising.
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