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Emerald Street, Stylist's sister brand, has launched a Christmas campaign this week in support of Look Good... Feel Better, a charity offering make-up and skincare workshops to women undergoing treatment for cancer.

From now until Christmas, Emerald Street will be donating £1 to Look Good… Feel Better for every person who signs up to receive the daily email alert.

As anyone who has suffered from cancer will know, dealing with the side effects of treatment on appearance can be demoralising and add stress to an already difficult and life-changing situation.

Look Good… Feel Better helps cancer sufferers in a practical and positive way, by boasting self-esteem and confidence with free make-up and skincare workshops.

Over 10,500 people attended Look Good… Feel Better sessions in 2010. They are held in hospitals and cancer care centres across the UK, as well as 20 other countries worldwide.

Anna Fielding, editor of Emerald Street, said, "I’m proud we’ve joined forces with Look Good Feel Better. They help women to feel like the person they have always been, the person they still are."

Emerald Street is hoping to raise £20,000 in the next three weeks for Look Good… Feel Better - but it can't be done without your help...

Click here to sign up to Emerald Street and have £1 automatically donated to Look Good… Feel Better - or if you're already signed up but know other friends and colleagues who haven't yet been enlightened to the genius that is Emerald Street, please spread the word.

Remember, £1 is donated for every person who signs up.

For further info on the valuable work carried out by Look Good… Feel Better, visit their website here.

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