March 10, 2020

Emma Hardie and Look Good Feel Better collaborate on a limited edition balm

Skincare brand Emma Hardie collaborates with the Look Good Feel Better charity on a limited edition version of their cult Moringa Cleansing Balm

Emma Hardie collaboration Look Good Feel Better
Jane Foulston and Nicola Bonn presenting the latest Emma Hardie collaboration

Emma Hardie is the brand that has created my favourite cleansing balm, which I’ve been using for over 4 years. Each year they launch a limited edition item and for 2020 they’ve just unveiled their collaboration with Look Good Feel Better cancer support charity.

Look Good Feel Better is a charity that started in London and is now available in over 140 hospitals in 27 countries, helping women (and now men too) feel better during their cancer treatments.

Behind the Look Good Feel Better and Emma Hardie collaboration

At the launch event for this limited edition product, co-owner of Emma Hardie, Jane Foulston talked about wanting to create something in collaboration with a charity this year, which is how this Moringa Balm came about. The event was presented by Nicola Bonn, journalist and podcast host of Outspoken Beauty and longtime fan of the brand.

The Limited Edition Cleansing Balm is a 50ml pot, which can’t be bought elsewhere, in a special pink box created in collaboration with Look Good Feel Better.

Look Good Feel Better charity

The London-based charity was created in order to help people ‘Face Cancer with Confidence’ and they are the only international cancer support charity to help boost the physical and emotional wellbeing of people during their cancer treatment.

The programme has now helped over 185,000 people living with cancer, find out more about their work on their website.

They hold workshops with the help of trained volunteers, offering tips and tricks on common makeup and skin issues observed during cancer treatments; like discolouration, redness, loss of eyebrows and lashes. The group sessions are meant to be a safe space for the people involved to relax, discuss their issues and have some much-needed time off from their illness by meeting people in a similar situation.

During the event, we also heard from Wendy, who actually attended the workshops herself during her cancer treatment eight years ago. She didn’t expect it but learning how to draw on her brows properly made her very happy during that difficult time. So the then decided to join the LGFB charity as part of the workshops, helping others that are in the position she was in. Needless to say we all had to contain our tears!

A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of the balm will go to support the Look Good Feel Better charity. Buy it now for £25 on and Marks & Spencer stores.

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