October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Did you know that one in every eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer in their lifetime?
Think of the number of female clients you know that have been affected by breast cancer or know someone who has. Take this month to remind your clients to schedule their annual mammogram, as early detection is key.
Skin Rehab Support
Skin Rehab consists of several formulas to help address the side-effects from breast cancer treatment. Our holistic apothecary approach to healing traumatized, damaged tissue provides cellular strengthening to skin, while leaving harmful, toxic skin irritants out.
Oncology Treatment Side-Effects and Recommendations
Radiation treatment may result in inflamed, reddened and potentially burned tissue. Our Burn Relief provides immediately soothing, calming, and reparative properties from oceanic ingredients and plant-derived stem cells, post radiation treatment. Below are our additional recommendations post radiation.
Chemotherapy treatment creates multiple side-effects including skin becoming excessive dry, chapped, or even fissured. Our Vital Wound Relief provides a protective and healing barrier while introducing soothing, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties to skin through the use of refined shea butter and botanical extracts.
Pair with one of our omega-based hydrators to further hydrate and heal tissue.
Lumpectomies and mastectomies may result in scarring. Our Vital Wound Relief and Pro Salve are two options to apply over sutures to keep tissue protected. Once sutures are removed our Vital Tissue Repair, rich in D-alpha tocopherol (vitamin E), can help heal and soften scar tissue, reducing the risk of scarring.
Whether clients are going through radiation, chemotherapy, or a surgical approach to treatment, you have the formulas to support their skin.
Receive 10% OFF on all Skin Rehab products mentioned here for the rest of the month of October.
Contact the RA Educator Team for additional questions and recommendations for clients undergoing oncology treatment.