Look Good, Feel Better

Wellbeing workshops and classes for people living with cancer 

Look Good Feel Better

Look Good Feel Better understands how emotionally challenging living with cancer can be. This is why they 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.

What can they do for you?

Look Good Feel Better is a National Cancer Charity. They know how challenging it can be to process a cancer diagnosis and manage the physical and emotional side effects of cancer treatment. This is why they run free workshops both virtually and at Cancer Care Centres and Hospitals across the UK to support women, men and young adults through this time.

Their workshops are led by trained volunteers in the beauty industry and provide practical advice about changes to skin, eyebrows, eyelashes, hair, nails and body confidence. Volunteers in the health industry also lead our well-being-focused workshops covering meditation, breathwork and gentle exercise to help reduce feelings of isolation and anxiety.

The best thing about them? Every single one offers an invaluable opportunity to meet others going through a similar situation.

How do they do it?

Provide a wide range of classes to help with skincare, hair care and other needs.

For a full list of services, follow this link A leading cancer support charity – Look Good Feel Better : Look Good Feel Better

What benefits could you experience?

They can help people feel good, look better and more like themselves again.

Where do they operate?

Across PCN area

How to contact them or get there

01372 747 500

info@lgfb.co.uk or
fundraising@lgfb.co.uk

Look Good Feel Better
West Hill House
32 West Hill
Epsom, Surrey
KT19 8JD

Support Information for carers

Bridgit is an online tool that allows people to explore free well-being, employment, finance and care advice and events, local and national support services, and training opportunities. People can also build their own ‘self-care plan’. It’s all available any time of day and without registering first.

Follow this link to access bridgit, Online Support (bridgit.care)

People who prefer not to, or cannot go online, can call Carer Support Dorset on 0800 368 8349 to discover the free support and help available.

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Carer Support Dorset can help you find the support you need for your caring role.

Freephone number for Carers 0800 368 8349

Website link Contact CSD | Carer Support Dorset

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