October : Breast Cancer Awareness Month

During October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Clarisonic is proud to support our year around charitable partner, Look Good Feel Better.

The mission of our partnership is to help raise awareness about and help provide funding for Look Good Feel Better‘s free nationwide beauty workshops and other resources that help give women with breast and other cancers the power to feel beautiful again. As you may know, Clarisonic has been involved with Look Good Feel Better since 2010, and has donated more than $2 million to this wonderful cause. In fact, Clarisonic is the largest corporate financial donor in the 23-year history of the Look Good Feel Better program.

Look Good Feel Better is a collaboration of the American Cancer Society, The Personal Care Products Council Foundation, and the Professional Beauty Association|National Cosmetology Association. Each year, over 50,000 women participate in more than 15,000 individual workshops led by certified beauty professionals and learn how to deal with treatment related skin and hair loss issues.

Look Good Feel Better

Clarisonic Empowered Woman of the Year, Mila Kunis, presenting check on behalf of Clarisonic to Louanne Roark, Executive Director of Look Good Feel Better.

This October, we again salute the millions of breast cancer survivors whose extraordinary spirit and determination have helped them to battle and overcome cancer. Look Good Feel Better stands ready to help these women regain their self- esteem and confidence as they face the challenge of a lifetime.

You can help by helping to spread the word. Please click on the short Look Good Feel Better video below and view it; then share it or tweet it to your friends and family and ask them to also share this valuable information. After all, almost everyone knows someone whose life has been touched by cancer.

With all of our help, Look Good Feel Better can make a woman’s cancer journey a little brighter and her heart a little lighter by providing understanding, support and encouragement from caring volunteers and other women who have walked in her shoes. We need your help to give women the power to feel like themselves again!