Nisim International Makes $200,000.00 Donation to Look Good Feel Better Program

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Nisim International continues its giving ways. Its most recent contribution was to the Look Good Feel Better Program support women with Cancer. Nisim has also made significant donations to Direct Relief International supporting victims of the December 2004 tsunami and Huricane Katrina.

Nisim International, a private hair care manufacturing company located outside of Toronto, Canada, recently donated over $200,000.00 in product to the Look Good Feel Better program. Look Good Feel Better is a program created by CCTFA -- Canadian Cosmetic Toiletry and Fragrance association.

The Look Good Feel Better Program is a national non-profit program committed to helping women manage the appearance related effects of cancer and its treatment. By taking control of how they look, using cosmetics and hair alternatives, women with cancer can strengthen the positive attitude that is so important in cancer treatment -- and feel better about themselves.

The cornerstone of the program is the free 2-hour workshop where women learn make-up tips and hair alternatives and go home with a complimentary kit of cosmetics and personal care products. Offered in 100 hospitals and cancer care facilities, the hands-on, step-by-step workshop is led by industry trained cosmeticians and hair alternatives specialists.

Nisim made a contribution to the program of over $200,000.00 worth of shampoo and hair treatments specifically designed to prevent hair loss and regrow hair. This is a pilot program for Nisim. It is hopeful that this donation will bring new hair and happiness to many women stricken with various forms of cancer.

Nisim International manufactures a variety of hair care products designed to help the healthy growth of hair and prevent hair loss. Nisim also manufactures products to prevent unwanted body hair from growing back.

Nisim International has a history of giving back to the community, especially in areas where its unique products can be used.


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