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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Virtual Seminar with Univision’s Lourdes Stephen and Look Good Feel Better® (LGFB) + Giveaway!!


On Wednesday, January 16, Univision’s Lourdes Stephen will host Spanish-language “Virtual Workshop” for Look Good Feel Better. LGFB is a program dedicated to boosting cancer patients’ self-esteem and confidence through lessons on how to manage the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.

Ms. Stephen will be joined by beauty experts Lilly Rivera, makeup artist, and Petra Belen, hair stylist and Louanne Roark, Look Good Feel Better Executive Director, who will offer instruction, tips and advice – tailored to Latina women - for dealing with hair loss, changes in skin, complexion and nails during your cancer treatment, taken straight from the live LGFB community based group workshop program. You can go to the site and register for this virtual seminar.

LGFB also offers free workshops and educational resources that address skin changes and concerns, and offers lessons on cosmetics, wigs, turbans, nail care, and accessories, and wardrobe styling. Workshops are facilitated by 14,000 volunteer beauty professionals in more than 3,000 locations nationwide.

During the past 23 years, the program has served more than 800,000 people with cancer in the U.S. and more than 1.2 million people with cancer around the world. The program is made possible in the U.S. through a collaboration of the Personal Care Products Council Foundation, the American Cancer Society, and the Professional Beauty Association.

I think the Look Good Feel Better program is wonderful. I had not heard of it but it will be an organization that I will now follow. You never know when you will need the support that it offers.

I remember when my friend, Susan, lost her hair from her chemo treatments and it was tough on her. But she dealt with it and never lost her spirit or her beauty. It is nice to know that there is someone out there helping women regain their self-esteem and confidence.

So remember, go register for the virtual seminar that will be held on January 16. Or, go to the site and learn how it can help you or someone you know.

I also have a wonderful giveaway courtesy of LGFB. I have a beautiful limited edition LGFB Oscar De La Renta scarf for one very lucky reader. This is so lovely! To win, just enter on the Rafflecopter widget below.

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42 comments:

  1. Thank goodness, not lately. My great-uncle died from cancer a long time ago. One of the nicest men in the world, with dancing clear blue eyes.

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  2. My aunt had breast cancer and my grandmother had skin cancer.

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  3. my mother in law-Dorothy Deakyne-mtpapa47(at)gmail(dot)com

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  4. My sister-in-law died a few years ago of breast cancer. I think about her every single day.

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  5. This is lovely! My grandmother is a breast cancer survivor.

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  6. Some family members and friends have been diagnosed with cancer.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. i have not but i've had friends who have and work mates, carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  8. no, have not been diagnosed with cancer

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  9. We are very fortunate that we are all healthy. We have had many family members pass in the prior 10-20 years, and they remain in our thoughts.

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  10. YES
    I have kidney cancer which has resulted in sever surgeries & a very lon 6 years of struggles =(

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  11. Not in my immediate family, but I do know of friends who have been affected. Patricia

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  12. We lost my Dad to colon cancer at age 44....

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  13. My 17 year old niece was actually just diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer over Christmas. It's been a huge downer, but her spirits are WAY high and she's ready to kick cancer to the curb!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  14. My grandmother died of breast cancer

    Denise Bigley
    defrog@consolidated.net

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  15. My BFF's mother and my SIL's mother are both breast cancer survivors.
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  16. Thank goodness, No.

    Love3570@aol.com

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  17. My son-in-law had colon cancer and passed away at the age of 29.

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  18. My mom had cancer, but is in remission.

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  19. my mom had cervical cancer (jennifer reda)

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  20. My aunt was diagnosed with stomach cancer.

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  21. My father died a few years ago of cancer.

    :(

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  22. i know too many people who have :(

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  23. My husband was diagnosed with Kidney Cancer in 1998. They removed his kidney.

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  24. my best friends mother was diagnosed with breast about 7 years ago and passed away two years ago.

    it has been very hard but i am so relieved that shes not in pain.



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  25. my friends mother has been diagnosed

    sandradavis07 at comcast dot net

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  26. Thankfully no; well at least not in many decades.

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  27. I am very blessed to say NO to both.

    sylvieanddudes@yahoo.com

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  28. I dont know anyone diagnosed with cancer

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  29. I dont know anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer

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  30. Unfortunately, everyone on both sides of my family die of all forms of cancer.....I'm not looking forward to getting older! :(
    wbailey113 at hotmail dot com

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  31. I have had to battle with cervical cancer since I was very young and so far I have been healed. God willing I stay that way. Cancer is very strong through my family

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  32. I recently lost both a cousin and an aunt to cancer. #cancersucks

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  33. Yes, my best friends mom, whom I knew since i was born.

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  34. I lost my mom to breast cancer.

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  35. no, nobody in my family..

    ltlbit1@hotmail dot com

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  36. No cancer, I've even stopped smoking to avoid it.

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