A SURGE IN SELF-CONFIDENCE
Women in cancer treatment are reporting improved self-image after finishing the Look Good Feel Better programme. The public service initiative teaches beauty techniques to help those with cancer manage the appearance-related side effects of treatment. The Look Good Feel Better 2017 global participant survey, which followed 13,300 participants across eight countries, found that before the workshop, 52 per cent felt confident in their appearance. That number increased to nearly 94 per cent following workshop participation. Ninety-six per cent of respondents said the programme boosted their self-image. The free programme has served 1.9 million women worldwide.