Mary Kay Spain and the Stanpa Foundation’s Board of Trustees have joined forces to support the organization’s flagship program, ‘Get beautiful, you’ll feel better,’ which aims to promote cancer patients’ confidence and self-esteem via beauty and skincare.
Offering the benefits of cosmetics
The MLM brand’s commitment joins that of the other corporations on the Stanpa Foundation’s board of directors, allowing this initiative to expand its field of activity and provide the benefits of cosmetics to a rising number of patients in vulnerable situations.
Words of Gema Aznar
“It is an honor to be part of this fantastic family that has founded the Stanpa Foundation,” said Gema Aznar, the general director of Mary Kay Spain. Thousands of people suffering from this sickness have found a positive reason to believe in themselves and take strides ahead as a result of his work.
This international social responsibility campaign of the Spanish beauty business, known as “Look good, feel well,” aims to help cancer sufferers regain their self-esteem and confidence.
More than 60 professionals
More than 60 volunteer beauty experts lead these courses, which are supported by doctors, oncologists, nurses, psychologists, and coordinators from the Spanish Association Against Cancer.
Nine years with the Stanpa Foundation
Since its inception in 2012, Mary Kay Spain has been a part of the Stanpa Foundation. Since then, its commitment to ‘Get beautiful, you’ll feel better’ has been unwavering, with its Independent Beauty Consultants accounting for up to 35 percent of the program’s total volunteers.
The program is free, non-medical, and unbiased in terms of brands and items that are not used for promotional or advertising objectives.