The NCV and all her members support Look Good...Feel Better financially, logistic and with cosmetica products.
Look Good Feel Better is the only worldwide cancer support charity, providing practical support for women struggling with the side effects from cancer treatment.
Finding out you have cancer can be daunting and life-changing and the added stress of the appearance related side effects of treatment can be demoralising and very hard to cope with. This can have serious consequences on self-esteem and confidence at a time when a positive attitude is very important.
Look Good Feel Better is dedicated to improving the self-esteem, confidence and wellbeing of people undergoing treatment for any sort of cancer. It is our aim to improve their self-image and appearance through free group and self-help skincare and make-up workshops that create a sense of support, confidence, and wellbeing.
Many beneficiaries tell that Look Good Feel Better helped them regain a sense of control and normality at a time when diagnosis and treatment can make everything feel overwhelming.
Workshops and Masterclasses are available in venues across the Netherlands. They are conducted by our trained Look Good Feel Better beauty volunteers who share their tips and techniques for minimising side-effects such as skin changes, eyebrow and eyelash loss.
Cancer can rob a woman of her energy and strength but with the support of Look Good Feel Better it need not take away her self-confidence.
The emphasis in all our workshops is to relax and have fun. It’s a chance to do something practical, pro-active and positive and to meet people in a similar situation. At the end of a workshop we want everyone to leave feeling radiant, confident – and with a smile on their face.
Look Good Feel Better is the only charity which focuses on the problems associated with the visible side effects of cancer treatment and how hard loss of hair, eyebrows, eyelashes and other skin related issues can be to cope with. All these issues come on top of diagnosis and treatment and can be overlooked by very busy medical professionals.