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It’s common to notice changes to your skin as a result of various treatments for cancer, with different treatments causing different side effects. For example, combination or dry skin types can often result in very rough textures – so the products you used on your skin before may no longer be as effective. No7 and Macmillan Make-up Artist and Educator, Emily Simms, shares her top tips and tricks for overcoming these side effects. Discover how to cleanse for perfectly prepped skin, create a gorgeous base, and make your nude lipstick work twice as hard.

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HOW TO PREPARE YOU SKIN

Find out how to gently cleanse, tone and moisturise. 

Treatment for cancer can completely change your skin. Take your skincare routine to the next level with Emily’s gentle skincare regime and find out how to gently cleanse, tone and moisturise to make sure you’re looking after your skin as much as possible. 

How to prepare your skin, transcript available

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HOW TO ACHIEVE A FLAWLESS BASE

Top tips for complexion perfection.

You may find that your skin is very different as a result of your treatment for cancer, so these top tips for complexion perfection can help you to look and feel more like yourself. Emily shows how to prep your skin before applying your favourite No7 foundation. She also talks through how to diffuse dark circles and give yourself a subtle glow.

How to achieve a flawless base, transcript available

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HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF CHEEKS & LIPS

Accentuate your favourite features.

Emily shows how to create a subtle glow and demonstrates how to use your favourite No7 lipstick on both cheeks and lips to create a gorgeously co-ordinated look. Finish with a lip gloss for pout perfection!

How to make the most of cheeks and lips, transcript available

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