RadiaGuard POST Radiation Treatment Restructure Cream

SKU # RTL-POST RESTRUCTURE CREAM
$35.00
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Post Radiation Treatment Restructure Cream

Heals & Restores Skin

REVIEWS: 

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

Benefits

  • 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.

Ingredients 

  • Formulated with DMAE and Vitamin E.
  • Provides restructuring and healing benefits to skin damaged by radiation.
  • Begin using POST Cream as soon as radiation treatments have been completed.

Continue to use daily as it is an ideal face cream that tightens pores, restores elasticity and fights wrinkles on any area of the body.

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When compared to the complexity of treating cancer, skin care treatments may seem minor. Nonetheless, skin issues have been reported as a constant source of anxiety and depression in patients receiving radiotherapy. Moreover, when left untreated or under-treated, excessive skin damage (or severe dryness) can lead to painful skin damage or infection. Skin infections of any severity can immediately interrupt a cancer patient's therapy. Moreover, it increases the risk that cancer cell will come back when the skin heals. Most cancer treatment centers and clinics now allow patients to maintain control over their daily skin care regimen during therapy using products like our Post Radiation Treatment Restructure Lotion. However, it is still recommended that you avoid applying heavy skin lotions or creams for at least four hours prior to radiation therapy. Any deep redness or sensitivity in the treated areas following radiation therapy should subside within the two to four weeks following conclusion of treatments. However, it may take your skin a while longer for your natural skin color to return to normal. Although a rash can be a non-allergic reaction to medications or drugs, post radiation dermatitis is a very common side effect of radiation therapy. Radiation can also affect the cells in your bone marrow that produce white blood cells that are needed to fight off infection. Radiotherapy only affects the treatment area and is less likely to lower autoimmunity than chemotherapy. Either way, you can rely on RadiaGuard Post Radiation Treatment Restructure Lotion for fast relief and advanced healing. As with sunburn, skin exposed to radiation during therapy may become dry, sore and sensitive to your touch at any time during the treatment regimen. Fortunately, most skin changes happen gradually and can be predicted working with your radiation oncologist and nurse. Using our RadiaGuard Post Radiation Treatment Restructure Lotion can keep your skin care ahead of the curve. Nonetheless, it is important to be aware of possible skin reactions so you're not surprised during therapy. After all, the skin irritation is temporary and easing your discomfort while preventing further complications is the goal as you work to allow your skin to recover. Some patients have reported a pinkish or tan hue to their skin for years after treatment. Though they usually go away on their own, tiny blood vessels also may form on skin in a radiated area.

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