Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is the only international cancer support charity that helps women and teenagers manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment.
Their free confidence boosting skincare and make-up Workshops and Masterclasses are held across the UK for women undergoing treatment for any type of cancer. Led by LGFB Beauty Volunteers, the sessions are an opportunity to meet others in a similar situation whilst being taught vital skills such as how to draw on missing eyebrows and eyelashes.
They have also created lots of online tutorials for those who are unable to attend one of their sessions or who would like some extra advice.
Live Better With is here to make everyday living a little bit better for the millions of people living with cancer all over the world. Together with the cancer community, they handpick non-medical products to ease symptoms and side effects and improve the quality of day-to-day life.
Products grouped by symptom (e.g. ‘Hair Loss’, ‘Feeling Sick’,’Can’t Sleep’) to make it easier for you to find what you need.
All their products have been tried and tested by their cancer community, which is made up of carers, patients, doctors & nurses.
Macmillan know how a cancer diagnosis can affect everything. So they provide support for you and to help you take back some control in your life. From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who’ll listen if you just want to talk.
Cancer Hair Care provide practical and emotional advice on hair loss, new hair growth, scalp care, wigs and headscarves. They provide videos and support for every step of your experience.
Shine Cancer Support is a UK charity that exists exclusively to support adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s who have
experienced a cancer diagnosis.
Knitted Knockers are special handmade breast prosthesis for women who have undergone mastectomies or
other procedures to the breast.
Bold Beanies was set up by Emilienne who lost her hair during chemotherapy treatment for advanced Breast Cancer aged 31.
Emilienne's thoughtfully and sustainably made product range to help others with cancer hair loss has been designed for comfort, ease and style. Her award-winning headwear for women, men, kids and teens as well as caring gifts and helpful blog brings together a wealth of personal experience and other useful information, especially for younger people and families living with Cancer.
Cancer Research UK shop have handpicked their own range of helpful little things for all stages of treatment and recover. Whether you are shopping for yourself or a loved one, the profits from your purchase go back into cancer research.
CancerPal is an online platform that supports the friends and family of those going through cancer. They provide information, tips and product recommendations to help support a loved one going through cancer. They also host the CancerPal Marketplace which lists hundreds of products to help ease the nasty side effects of cancer treatments, including hair loss.
Trekstock is a UK charity that supports young adults in their 20s and 30s living with and beyond cancer. 34 young adults in their 20s and 30s are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. Trekstock delivers practical and social support programmes tailored to their needs, to give them a better chance of living well through and beyond cancer. Through exercise support, practical advice and an active online and offline community, our programmes tackle social isolation, improve quality of life and provide young adults with the tools they need to get moving again after cancer puts their life on hold.
Hair Reborn are ready to help you deal with hair loss through cancer chemotherapy, with understanding, support and practical advice, from the first time you are told that you may lose your hair through to styling your hair as it grows back.