Partner Promotions

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. 

Current Partner Promotions

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.

Please consider supporting these promotions with your purchase, or by sharing them with your social network so that the Look Good Feel Better program can reach even more cancer patients.

Donations from special promotions mentioned herein will go to the Look Good Feel Better Foundation to benefit the Look Good Feel Better program.*

For information on how your organization or company can partner with Look Good Feel Better, please email us at donations@lookgoodfeelbetter.org.

 

Kicking off October 1 and continuing through the month, beautyblender will donate 50% of the sales price of their “bubble” and “micro.mini” products to the Look Good Feel Better Foundation to benefit the Look Good Feel Better program.

BeautyKind is a new kind of online retailer that allows you to buy the brands you love and discover new favorites, all while supporting our mission. The company will donate 5% of product purchase price to Look Good Feel Better. Simply click the logo above, and search to select Look Good Feel Better as your cause. If you choose to spend $50 or more, BeautyKind will send Look Good Feel Better an extra $10 donation!

Crème of Nature will donate a portion of its proceeds from the sale of its Argan Oil from Morocco Pink Perfect Edges throughout October to Look Good Feel Better. Crème of Nature will also support Look Good Feel Better in a social media campaign. The brand will donate $1 to Look Good Feel Better for every social media post of fans wearing pink on Fridays in October using hashtag #CourageousBeauty.

EBeauty is supplying Look Good Feel Better with a donation of 2,500 cleaned, refurbished wigs for use in the Look Good Feel Better Volunteer Demonstration Kits.

EES-Essential Eyebrow Solution will donate 10% of proceeds from sales during the entire month of October 2017.

Renowned beauty and fashion photographer Erez Sabag is donating proceeds from the sales of his book, Gorgiality, and framed, photographic  prints from the book to Look Good Feel Better Foundation to benefit Look Good Feel Better.

French Dressing Jeans, a ladies’ casual wear fashion brand based in Canada that sells FDJ merchandise through independent boutiques in North America, will be holding in-store promotions that they have branded “Try the Fit, Help the Cause” across the U.S. at independent boutiques that carry their FDJ brand. When customers try on their jeans during the promotion, FDJ will make a donation to support the Look Good Feel Better program.

Look Good Feel Better will be featured on the HSN Beauty Report show on October 26, 2017, during which participating brands will make a donation to support Look Good Feel Better.  HSN will raise awareness of the program and promote the partnership through marketing channels such as: HSN (TV), HSN.com, social media, email marketing, and general public relations.

IT Cosmetics will make a donation to Look Good Feel Better for each social media share of people taking the “IT CC Challenge.”  The challenge includes taking a before photo without foundation or CC cream, applying IT CC Cream, taking an after photo, and posting the before/after photo with hashtag #ITCCchallenge on social media platforms. This new promotion launched September 28 at the Sephora Herald Square, New York location and will continue with social media promotions (and possible in-store additions) through November.  

On January 16, Lord & Taylor hosted its first all-store Charity Day event to benefit Look Good Feel Better. Guests were surprised and delighted with in-store activities, such as 30-minute fitness classes, fashion shows, manicures and a DJ at every store. The event also featured savings passes for purchase, with 100% of proceeds from pass sales benefitting Look Good Feel Better, as well as 1% of all online sales for the day.

In August 2017, for the second consecutive year, Look Good Feel Better participated in Macy’s annual Shop for a Cause event, a nationwide charity shopping event to benefit local and national organizations. This year, Macy’s teamed up with CrowdRise to host a Charity Challenge, a friendly fundraising campaign in which local charities across the country compete to raise the most money.

purlisse, skincare inspired by Asian rituals and created by former actress, Jennifer Yen, will donate 100% of proceeds from sales of its limited edition “Skin Survival Kit” to benefit Look Good Feel Better. The purlisse Skin Survivor Kit promotion will run through 2017.

Rouge Media is working to promote awareness for Look Good Feel Better through pro-bono ad placement within their network of 1,500 salons and spas, and their campus networks.

Through 2017, Olympic gymnast Shannon Miller's Salto will donate 10% percent of net profits from the new active wear line to the Look Good Feel Better program.

 

Sexy Hair, a seven year partner of Look Good Feel Better, will be working with Look Good Feel Better on a series of year long promotional events to benefit the program.

* The Look Good Feel Better Foundation, the American Cancer Society and the Professional Beauty Association do not endorse any specific products and/or services.