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Cancer charity aims to make women Look Good Feel Better

Beauty specialist Clare Abbott explains why LGFB is now working at the Lorn and Islands Hospital

THE national cancer support charity Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is now running free skincare and make-up workshops at the Macmillan Day Unit, in Oban’s Lorn and Islands Hospital.

LGFB workshops are held throughout the UK and are led by volunteer beauty professionals who take cancer patients through specially designed skincare and makeup sessions, which include instructions on how to look after changes to the skin and to help them define their best features with make-up.

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