Chemotherapy on your skin

Supporting your skin when it’s at its most vulnerable

Chemotherapy is one of the many treatment options for cancer. While it can be effective in targeting cancerous cells, chemotherapy can also has a significant effect on your skin. Understanding these effects is crucial to managing your skincare routine during and after treatment.

1. Common skin changes:

Dryness: Chemotherapy can strip the skin of its natural oils, leading to dry and flaky skin.
Itching: Many patients are experiencing itching, which can vary in intensity.
Redness: Some kinds of chemotherapy causes skin redness or a rash-like appearance.
Sun sensitivity: Your skin may become more sensitive to sunlight, leading to sunburns more easily.

2. Managing skin changes

We have a full range of treatment friendly products. Our products are gentle, fragrance-free and paraben-free.
Moisturize your skin regularly, 3 times a day, or more if needed.

Protect your skin from the sun with sunscreen and protective clothing.

3. Long-term skin changes after chemotherapy

There could be long-term skin changes occuring after completing chemotherapy. These could include persistent dryness, increased sensitivity, or changes in skin texture. It’s important to keep up with your skincare routine.

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