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WATCH: Skin coach Ciara Darcy on caring for your skin during cancer treatment

14th Apr 2020

IMAGE has teamed up with Look Good Feel Better to provide an online skincare and beauty masterclass series for women undergoing cancer treatment

Look Good Feel Better offers free hair and make-up workshops to women suffering from the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. These workshops have all been cancelled due to Covid-19, but we here at IMAGE have teamed up with the charity to make sure that their message gets through to those who need it.

Cancer can rob a woman of her energy and strength, but it need not take away her self-confidence. By taking LGFG masterclasses online, we are connecting to women all over Ireland, and sending them a little feel-good.

From cleansing dry skin, to spritzing and choosing the right ingredients; in this episode skincare expert Ciara Darcy talks through how to mind your skin if you are currently undergoing cancer treatment.

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