cancer awareness and support
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer


14th Annual Pamper Yourself
For Charity Event

The Winner of our Pamper For Charity Raffle was Robin Wolinski of Ocean Pines. A Perfect Face raised $4,250.00. Proceeds to benefit the American Cancer Society.

A special thank you to all of the local businesses that donated Gift Cards and merchandise to make the event such a success!

Pictured Left to Right: Robin Wolinski (Raffle Winner), and Carol Withers (Owner - A Perfect Face Day Spa),

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During Treatment:
Apf Signature Facial, Hand and Foot Treatments with Paraffin and Massage

After Treatment:
Hydraderm Facial, Dermalogica Multivitamin Facial, Swedish Massage, Hand and Foot Treatments

Products Recommended:
Dermalogica Ultra Calming Cleanser, Soothing Protection Spray, Multivitamin Eye and Lip Repair, Multivitamin Hand and Nail Repair, Barrier Repair Cream, and Intensive Moisture Balance Cream, Bare Minerals Make-up


oc love Carol Withers has become a leading advocate for the American Cancer Society n her community. Now trained and certified, Carol is able to assist people recovering from cancer feel more comfortable with their appearance and the changes they are going through as well as educate the community on preventive measures they can take in order to deter this deadly disease.

Carol continues to search for new and innovative ways that she can help in the fight to find a cure for cancer. Carol looks to further her education with the American Cancer Society in the hope to be able to provide more services for her community. Carol invites everyone to come to A Perfect Face for our annual Pamper for Charity event held the 3rd Monday in October. Carol is always looking for other ways to give back to her community and welcomes the opportunity to educate on behalf of the American Cancer Society.

Thank you for your generous hair donation! Your selfless act of kindness will benefit a Locks of Love recipient and change their life for the better. Most of our recipients suffer from an autoimmune disease called alopecia areata, which has no known cause or cure. Other recipients are cancer survivors, victims of trauma such as burns and rare dermatological conditions that result in permanent hair loss. Your donation of hair will help return smiles to the many varied faces of our children. On behalf of those children, their families and the Board of Directors.