We are so proud of out commitment to supporting our charity partners, Look Good Feel Better (LGFB). The Nutrimetics philosophy has always been to help people help others. We are so proud of how passionate our customers are when it comes to supporting great causes. Nutrimetics have donated skincare and makeup to be used at Look Good Feel Better workshops for over 30 years. You’ll find our skincare, makeup and wellness products at over 180 venues around both Australia and New Zealand. Plus, many of our Consultants regularly volunteer.
These workshops help people to feel empowered and ready to face their cancer diagnosis with confidence. Read on for all the reasons why Look Good Feel Better holds a special place in our hearts at Nutrimetics.
LGFB’s Danielle Lill meets team Nutrimetics Australia to celebrate a huge product donation, over $100,000 in value.
LGFB New Zealand help Nutrimetics celebrate their 50th anniversary by accepting a product donation over $21,500 in value.
Helping people face cancer with confidence
As a business, we love supporting the incredible work the team at Look Good Feel Better do. It’s amazing to see the positive impact that beauty can have on a person undergoing treatment. Plus, not only can people find a great support network through the Look Good Feel Better program, they receive the very best advice for everything wellbeing related. Most recently, we encouraged our Consultants to sell limited edition ‘Care Packs’ by offering a $25 product donation to Look Good Feel Better for every pack sold. Proving the Nutrimetics community is committed to helping others, the team sold 4,300 packs, resulting in a product donation valued at $107, 500.
Nutrimetics makeup is featured in Confidence Kits. Each year, they distribute around 8,000 Confidence Kits to program participants. The sellout Christmas Cracker is also filled with a Nutrimetics surprise.
What is Look Good Feel Better?
Look Good Feel Better is a free national community service program, run by the Cancer Patients Foundation, dedicated to teaching cancer patients how to manage the appearance-related side-effects caused by treatment for any type of cancer. Since the first workshop in Westmead, Sydney in 1990, more than 150,000 women, men and teens have participated in the program across Australia and New Zealand.
What do they do?
All services provided by Look Good Feel Better have been developed with the purpose of empowering those undergoing cancer treatment. They help with the skills and knowledge needed to face their cancer diagnosis with confidence. These workshops are run by a team of dedicated volunteers. They cover skincare techniques to address common side effects like dryness and sun sensitivity. Plus, makeup tips to help correct and conceal redness, sallowness, pigmentation and dark circles. You can also learn techniques for drawing on eyebrows and get advice on headwear, including scarf styling and wig selection.
Watch what happens at a LGFB workshop
How do Nutrimetics help?
Nutriemtics has been supporting LGFB since the nineties. As a brand, we regularly run special offers in our monthly brochures and email promotions to donate both money and products to the cause. We give both dermatologically tested and naturally enriched makeup and skincare gifts. Nutriemtics products star in Look Good Feel Better care packs. Our Consultants are also incredible when it comes to both volunteering and holding charity events that raise money to support LGFB.
Nutrimetics have donated both cash and products to LGFB for over 30 years. Our staff, customers and Consultant’s lives have all been directly affected by cancer. That’s why we love supporting this incredible charity.
How can you help?
Get involved today! Donate, hold a fundraising event, or purchase one of our LGFB promotions. Check our special offers regularly. We often donate $1 for every product sold to the cause. Fundraising can take on any shape or form from morning teas, to Gala Balls, trivia nights and more. All ideas and events are encouraged and celebrated. Every dollar makes a difference to the life of someone undergoing treatment for cancer.