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Our Feel More Like You service features pharmacists and beauty consultants who are specially trained to help people better manage internal and visible side effects from cancer treatment.

When you're going through treatment for any type of cancer, the side effects can impact not only how you feel on the inside, but how you see yourself in the mirror. When you look more like yourself, it can help boost your mood and your confidence.

This service is now available at select stores and it's free—no appointment needed.

Logos: Cancer Support Community(R) and Look Good Feel Better(R) - Helping women with cancer

The Feel More Like You service was developed in collaboration with the Cancer Support Community® and Look Good Feel Better®.

Beauty consultant guidance

Beauty consultant guidance

Visible changes can vary with each person. After hearing your needs, our specially trained beauty consultants can suggest individualized makeup solutions and personal care products that can help you with:

  • Hair loss and dry hair
  • Dry skin and skin discolorations
  • Sunlight sensitivities
  • Changes to nails and cuticles
Find a beauty consultant at a participating store ›
Pharmacist support

Pharmacist support

Many side effects aren't visible but can make you feel ill and uncomfortable. Our trained pharmacists can recommend tips or over-the-counter products to help relieve symptoms that include:

  • Occasional nausea and vomiting
  • Skin rash
  • Increased fatigue
  • Mouth sores and dry mouth
Get help managing side effects ›
Battle Beautifully<sup>™</sup> Learn how to manage the side effects of cancer treatment, so you can feel more like yourself.
Feel more like you - a beauty & cancer podcast. Learn more.
Skin and nail changes. Get tips.
Hair loss advice. Learn more.
Filling In Eyebrows
Nails & Cuticles
Rethinking Skin Care
Skin Discoloration

* Walgreens will equally split all donations collected at its retail stores during the period of 11/3/19 thru 11/17/19 between Susan G. Komen and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to help in the fight against cancer.