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Archive for October 18th, 2012

The Farrah Fawcett Foundation Gives Women With Cancer A Day Of Beauty

Posted by Levine Communications Office on October 18, 2012

www.latfusa.com

What a difference a day of beauty can make. The Farrah Fawcett Foundation (FFF) recently collaborated with The Glamour Project in conjunction with Jose Eber and Jaclyn Smith to create “A Day of Beauty” at the City of Hope hospital.

Thanks to donations from Senna Cosmetics and Armani Beauty, who contributed the make-up for this event, women of all ages felt and looked beautiful. Jaclyn Smith provided wigs personally styled and cut by Jose Eber’s team. Together, they created a tear-filled and moving day. These amazing women allowed themselves to be transformed from the outside-in to bring out their inner beauty. Smiles and some tears were had by all. Patients ranged in age from a 9 year old girl suffering from leukemia to an 82 year old woman. All make-over patients were gifted their wigs and make-up to help celebrate their ‘feelings’ better.

For more info and updates on The Farrah Fawcett Foundation, ‘LIKE’ them on Facebook

Also, visit: http://www.thefarrahfawcettfoundation.org/

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Dr. Tony Nakhla discusses hair loss in women in HerCampus Magazine

Posted by Levine Communications Office on October 18, 2012

Hair Loss In College Women: What Causes It & How To Stop It

According to Dr. Tony Nakhla, dermatologist and author of The Skin Commandments: 10 Rules to Healthy, Beautiful Skin, “Hair loss, or alopecia, can be divided into two types, scarring and non-scarring. Scarring alopecia is permanent where as non-scarring may be reversible.” Luckily, scarring alopecia is rare, diagnosed in less than 3% of people experiencing hair loss. And don’t worry: none of the causes of hair loss previously covered in this article—with the exception of chronic lupus—lead to permanent loss, so regrowth is possible with time, medication, or the lifestyle changes described above
Check out the rest of this article at: www.hercampus.com

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