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Beauty shopping for survivors and patients undergoing cancer treatment. 

PUBLISHED TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 2009
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See "Make-Over Steps" at the Look Good...Feel Better website, www.lookgoodfeelbetter.org.

The American Cancer Society website, www.cancer.org, also includes information on the Look Good...Feel Better program.

Information about Lindi Skin products can be found at www.lindiskin.com.

Avon's Moisture 24 Long-Lasting Hydrating Cream is available at www.avon.com.

Find sources for Aquaphor Healing Ointment at www.eucerinus.com.

Lori Ovitz's book, Facing the Mirror with Cancer, is available at bookstores and at facingthemirror.org.

The National Lymphedema Network, www.lymphnet.org, lists lymphatic drainage therapists nationwide, and has information and products for the condition.

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