Our campaign to raise awareness for Breast Cancer continues… We can’t believe how much our amazing therapists have managed to raise in two weeks!
£4716 In just two weeks and two more weeks to go
Absolutely amazing. Thank you to all our fantastic therapists for your efforts. All the money raised this month will be going to Breast Cancer Now #breastcancernow
Win a Facial
That’s right, one lucky winner will get to try out our award-winning SkinBase microdermabrasion facial
💗Feel the difference immediately – Clean, clear skin and a glowing complexion! The lucky winner will also receive a copy of Rachael Bland’s autobiography and a free SkinBase homecare cream!!
All you need to do is like, comment and share the post to help us raise awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we will pick a lucky winner at random next Monday. Over 2000 stockists in the UK and Ireland 💗 Good Luck! Find our competition post on our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/SkinBaseFacial/
- It is the most common cancer in the UK.
- Over 55,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in the UK
- Thanks to research, more people are surviving breast cancer than ever before,
- Nearly 1,000 women die of breast cancer every month in the UK.
- One in eight women in the UK will face breast cancer in their lifetime
- Over 80% of breast cancers occur in women over the age of 50.
- Getting the all clear isn’t the end. More than half (53%) struggled with anxiety at the end of treatment and nearly a third (31%) with depression.
- Breast cancer doesn’t always mean a lump. Other less well known symptoms include a nipple becoming inverted or a change in texture of the skin.
There are many different signs and symptoms of breast cancer, so checking your breasts for any unusual change is important. Common breast cancer signs and symptoms include:
- A lump or swelling in the breast, upper chest or armpit. You might feel the lump, but not see it.
- Changes in the size or shape of the breast
- A change in skin texture i.e. puckering or dimpling of the skin
- A change in the colour of the breast – the breast may look red or inflamed
- Rash, crusting or changes to the nipple
- Any unusual discharge from either nipple