The University of Texas MD Anderson Regional Care Center in Sugar Land hosts a series of classes for the Look Good…Feel Better program, a free, public service program created by the American Cancer Society to inspire women with cancer and improve their self-esteem during treatment and recovery.
The Look Good…Feel Better program consists of a series of classes where volunteer cosmetologists teach women diagnosed with cancer how to cope with skin changes and hair loss due to chemotherapy or radiation treatments. Each woman attending the class will receive a complimentary cosmetic kit selected to enhance her complexion type. All cosmetics and skin care products are donated by The Personal Care Products Council Foundation and are tested to be safe for women undergoing chemotherapy treatment.
Upcoming classes: Wednesday, August 1, from 10 a.m.-noon & Wednesday, September 5, from 10 a.m.-noon
The Look Good…Feel Better class will be held in the first floor conference room of the MD Anderson Regional Care Center in Sugar Land. Pre-registration is required; participants can call 281-566-1800, ext. 2 to register or get more information. The program is open to MD Anderson patients as well as any cancer patients in the Fort Bend area, regardless of where they receive treatment.
The MD Anderson Regional Care Center in Sugar Land is located on the campus of St. Luke’s Sugar Land Hospital at 1327 Lake Pointe Parkway. The center is housed on the first and second floors of the medical office building adjacent to the hospital.