RadiaGuard ADVANCED Radiation Treatment Lotion (with Lidocaine)


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Advanced Radiation Treatment Lotion with Lidocaine 

Burned Skin /Dermititus Pain Relief


Recommended and used by Oncology Hospitals, Cancer Centers and Clinics Nationwide  


  • Nourishes - Marigold (Calendula) and jojoba oil strengthen skin and help lessen and prevent damage.
  • Relieves - Lidocaine and aloe offer tremendous relief while other ingredients continue to nourish "burned" skin.
  • Restores - Introduces Vitamin E and DMAE to help return skin's tone and elasticity.
  • Heals - Speeds up the wound healing process.


  • Formulated with Calendula (marigold)
  • Aloe 
  • Jojoba Oil
  • Lidocaine 
  • Vitamin E & DMAE

Use from the START of radiation treatment to the FINISH!



External radiation therapy utilizes high-powered x-rays or particles to destroy cancer cells. Since the rays or particles are aimed directly at a tumor from the outside, you may experience some skin changes in the areas being treated. Actual skin damage, as well as the severity of the negative effects, depends upon the area of your body being treated, the dose of the radiation being used, and the number of treatments you are receiving. Nonetheless, it is important to remember that any treated area will be more sensitive to the sun. Depending on the part of your body being treated, your skin cells may not have enough time to recover between sessions. That's where RadiaGuard Advanced Radiation Treatment Lotion with lidocaine can help you manage the pain and discomfort of cancer treatments. Patients going through radiation therapy have historically been advised to avoid using topical radiation treatments right before radiation therapy. This was believed necessary to avoid intensifying the radiation absorbed by their skin. However, a new study from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania found this recommendation to be a holdover from the early days of using radiation to treat cancer. Moreover, with the use of modern treatment regimens, restricting use of skincare products in the treatment areas may no longer be relevant. Unless extremely thick applications were used, the study debunked the myth that creams increase the amount of radiation to the skin. Radiation therapy plays an important role in treating many forms of cancer but does not come without its own grocery list of side effects. Many of these side effects occur on the skin and the right skincare during your treatment regime can reduce irritation to keep your skin feeling more comfortable and allow for a quicker recovery once treatments are finished. Since your skin can become very sensitive during radiation therapy, you can reduce the risk of infection by gently (not to irritate it) washing affected areas using only your hands and a splash of warm water. It is important that you ignore any lines drawn on your skin during radiation therapy, as trying to remove these can further irritate damaged skin. Cancer treatments can cause severe dry skin, radiation burns and measle-like rashes. Nonetheless, with RadiaGuard Advanced Radiation Treatment Lotion with lidocaine for pain relief, you can focus your attention on healing and even pampering damaged areas of skin for months following your radiation therapy. Get the relief you are seeking today with RadiaGuard advanced radiation lidocaine lotion and other post-radiation therapy products.