Image Cancer is famous for being that big scary word that no one wants to talk about, but it’s important to speak about it so we can figure out a cure for cancer. In the meantime, here are ways you can try and prevent it. Protect yourself from the sun Skin cancer is a very… Read More How To Reduce Your Risk Of Getting Cancer
An incredible nine-year-old girl by the name Alyssa has set up her own charity to ‘help save people with cancer’ – totally off her own back. Mind you, this is straight after her cutting her very long hair and donating to Pantene Beautiful Lengths to be made into a wig only a few months ago!!… Read More 9 year old girl creates her own charity to find cure for cancer
As you may or may not have known, in 2012 I took part in the launch of Australia’s arm of Pantene’s Beautiful Lengths program. Pantene Beautiful Lengths is a campaign by Pantene in partnership with the charity Look Good…Feel Better, which encourages women to grow, cut and donate their hair to be turned into real-hair… Read More Beautiful Lengths Program Update
Angelina Jolie wrote an article for the NY times, titled ‘My Medical choice’ this week, detailing her decision to have a double mastectomy. Angelina has received a lot of positive feedback but a lot of people can’t understand why she did. Unless you know what it is like for a family member to go through… Read More Breasts, Angelina and Me
Last year I had 20+ cms of hair chopped off for the Pantene Beautiful Lengths campaign, where donated hair was made into wigs for women undergoing cancer treatments such as chemotherapy. The organisation behind the initiative is Look Good… Feel Better. Look Good…Feel Better is a free community service program dedicated to teaching cancer patients how to… Read More Look Good… Feel Better with Bio-Oil
Monday the 12th of November saw over 20 cms of length cut from my hair for the Pantene Beautiful Lengths campaign. My Mum went through chemo quite a few times and lost her hair twice. Mum wasn’t a fan of synthetic wigs and found them scratchy. So she wore hats all the time. When… Read More Beautiful Lengths
Young cancer sufferers Get Spoilt! Young female cancer sufferers will get the chance to drink, nibble and pamper themselves at the inaugural Get Spoilt night to be held in Melbourne on July 29. This free event is an initiative of The Warwick Foundation, which supports cancer patients and survivors aged 18 to 40, and will be… Read More Young cancer sufferers Get Spoilt!