MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) – Bellus Academy in Manhattan will honor survivors of cancer with complementary services in June.
Bellus Academy says students and staff at its campuses in Manhattan, Kan., and San Diego, Calif., will honor survivors of cancer with complimentary mini-facials and polish changes between Tuesday, June 1, and Friday, June 4. It said Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day is a nationwide event observed on the first Tuesday in June.
According to Bellus, all survivors can choose a complimentary 30-minute mini-facial that includes a hand and arm massage or lilac nail polish change. It said services will be given for free, but appointments are required.
Barbara Natof Paget, chair of Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day, said the event brings beauty and wellness professionals together all over the nation to provide free services to those that have survived cancer, regardless of gender, type or date of diagnosis.
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