Look Good Feel Better is proud to recognize our corporate partners who are raising funds and awareness, and helping recruit volunteers for Look Good Feel Better among their consumers and employees.
We are proud to work with them and thank them for all they are doing to improve the self-esteem and quality of life for women, teens and men undergoing cancer treatment.
Bella Bethesda Salon
Bella Bethesda Salon, four time winner of "Best Salon in Bethesda", is operated by sisters Lindsey Dabney Cabrera and Stacy Dabney Ramirez. The Salon began its partnership with Look Good Feel Better in 2012 through its bi-annual "Hair to Heal" runway show, and will continue its partnership through other promotions and events this year to benefit Look Good Feel Better. All Bella Bethesda stylists are certified program volunteers.
Charming Charlie, an award winning fashion jewelry and accessories retailer donated hats, scarves, necklaces, earrings and other accessories to Look Good Feel Better for inclusion in 3,000 demonstration kits for its workshops nationwide. They will continue to donate items to fulfill all 3,000 kits in 2013.
Clarisonic, the innovator of the Clarisonic Sonic Skin Cleansing and Opal Sonic Infusion Systems, has raised more than $2 million for Look Good Feel Better and is the largest corporate financial donor in the program’s history. Clarisonic has spotlighted the program’s outstanding work by sponsoring high profile events and promotions, conducting social media campaigns, and making donations from sales of specially designated Clarisonic products. Clarisonic contributions have provided funding for projects designed to support the program's growth by increasing awareness of Look Good Feel Better among cancer patients, consumers, and oncology professionals.
The Multicultural Group, manufacturer of multicultural hair care products (primarily for African-American women) is partnering again this year with Look Good Feel Better for cancer awareness. They will include information about Look Good Feel Better workshops in specially marked products, sold during September, October, and November. They will also help build awareness by sending an electronic mailing about LGFB to their consumer database, and support the collaboration through targeted media outreach via their social networking sites.
For the third year Couture Colour, a company committed to bringing the same salon formulas, professional tools and insider information to the at-home colorist, will proudly donate a portion of their proceeds from special promotion sales to the Personal Care Products Council Foundation to benefit Look Good Feel Better.
This October Dior will sponsor the sixth annual Dior Auction. This online charity auction offers the opportunity to bid on experience rich prizes and limited edition items that are available exclusively through Dior. 100% of the proceeds benefit Look Good Feel Better. More information to come.
Look Good Feel Better will partner with Fashion Project, an online service where you donate & shop for designer labels-- with a portion of every sale going to a charity.
HydroPeptide recognizes October as Curing through Caring month by donating a portion of proceeds from the sale of their limited edition Pink Kits to the Personal Care Products council foundation for Look Good Feel Better.
Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors
For the second year the Independent Cosmetic Manufacturers and Distributors (ICMAD) hosted the Get With It…Get Healthy event on February 16, 2013, with celebrity fitness expert Kathy Kaehler and a keynote address by Dr. Howard Murad, MD, FAAD, at the Balboa Bay Beach Club in Newport Beach, CA. This year’s lineup included a newly added yoga session, more Beauty and Wellness stations, a silent auction, and new information on how to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Proceeds from the event went to benefit Look Good Feel Better.
Leading Lady, a premiere intimate apparel company, has partnered with Look Good Feel Better to raise funds and awareness for the program through social media partnerships and other events throughout the year.
Mama Mio Skincare
Mama Mio Skincare, a UK-based company with a worldwide following, will work with Look Good Feel Better on several promotional activities throughout the year and donate a portion of the proceeds from sales of select products to the program. They will also work closely to incorporate social media into awareness and fund raising programs.
The Carol Cole Company, one of the first partners of Look Good Feel Better, will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of each pink Trinity NuFace to the Personal Care Products Council Foundation to benefit Look Good Feel Better. As a cancer survivor herself NuFace creator Carol Cole is committed to raising awareness and funds for cancer patients.
Continuing through September 2013, philosophy celebrates its partnership with Look Good Feel Better with graceful journey, an inspirational gift set featuring pure grace shampoo, bath & shower gel, along with seven cards offering words of encouragement to help guide people through life’s difficult journeys. 100% of the net proceeds from the sale of each graceful journey set will benefit Look Good Feel Better.
Saks Fifth Avenue
The second annual Look Good Feel Better National Beauty Editors Day will be held on August 15, 2013, from noon until 7PM at Saks Fifth Avenue’s flagship store in New York City. Look Good Feel Better National Beauty Editors Day will provide consumers the opportunity to visit with their favorite beauty editor at the counter of a leading beauty brand for a 20-minute one-on-one consultation, in exchange for a $30 donation to the Look Good Feel Better program. Each 20-minute appointment costs just $30, and all proceeds will benefit Look Good Feel Better.
Sexy Hair is a four year partner of Look Good Feel Better and will hold the second Caring is Sexy Cut-A-Thon this fall. Their goal is to have 1,000 salons participate in all 50 states. Ten dollars form each hair cut given in participating salons will be donated to Look Good Feel better. Sexy Hair will also have a series of year long promotional events to benefit Look Good Feel Better.
SKY and LIVI
SKY and LIVI, a jewelry company that empowers women battling cancer by transforming their hair lost in chemo into their very own personal, lab-grown diamond, has partnered with LGFB and will be donating $100 from the sale of every diamond and $10 from the sale of every bracelet to Look Good Feel Better in 2013.
Style For Hire
Style for Hire, a national network of personal stylists co-founded by Stacy London, celebrity stylist and host of TLC’s What Not To Wear, and Look Good Feel Better have worked together to create a personal styling component for LGFB workshops. The Styling component, available in print, online and video formats, addresses wardrobe and accessory challenges women face while undergoing cancer treatment. In addition Style for Hire and Look Good Feel Better will continue to collaborate on other initiatives throughout the year.