Palmer’s is proud
to support Breast Cancer Care.

Palmer’s & Breast Cancer Care
For the last decade, Palmer's have supported Breast Cancer Care in many ways, from raising money through the sale of "pink" products to giving donations. Most recently, we have by supported the charity’s Moving Forward courses, which help women after treatment.
Helping people move forward
Adapting to life after breast cancer can be difficult, but the Moving Forward course gives people the support they need to adjust to life and regain confidence.
As well as practical advice, each attendee receives a tote bag filled with Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy Oil, Swivel Stick and Coconut Oil Hand Cream to help tackle the drying effects of breast cancer treatment. We hope this pampering gift can in some small way help women reconnect with their bodies.
This year the Palmer's Gifting roadshow is coming to more than 200 Moving Forward courses across the UK, reaching around 3,000 attendees and donating nearly 10,000 Palmer’s products.
A journey of loving your body
Learning to feel comfortable and confident with your post-treatment body can take time. A lot of women find it difficult to look after themselves after treatment.
A first step to feeling ‘normal’ again can be looking after your body, both physically and mentally. And taking time to pamper and treat yourself can make a big difference, helping your body feel loved and special.
About Breast Cancer Care
Breast Cancer Care is the only specialist UK-wide charity providing support for women, men family and friends affected by breast cancer. Breast Cancer Care have been caring for them, supporting them, and campaigning on their behalf since 1973. Today, Breast Cancer Care continue to offer a unique range of support including reliable information, one-to-one support over the phone and online from nurses and people who’ve been there. Breast Cancer Care also offer local group support across the UK.
From the moment someone notices something isn't right, through to their treatment and beyond, Breast Cancer Care are there to help people affected by breast cancer feel more in control.
Learn More About Breast Cancer Care's Services
Connect with Breast Cancer Care
Breast Cancer Care provides support and information
for anyone worried about breast cancer or breast health.
For free, confidential support and information visit:
or call Breast Cancer Care’s Free Helpline on:
0808 800 6000
Registered charity: England and Wales 1017658, Scotland SC038104.