Radiation Sample Packs
Give it a test and try our radiation burn cream. If you don't absolutely love it we will issue a full refund no question asked.
Natural and Organic Ingredients
Formulated with plant-rich all-natural and organic ingredients that immediately hydrate and help heal skin damaged by radiation therapy. A silky smooth cream with a calming lavender scent that absorbs quickly without an oily residue.
Helps Restore Skin Damaged by Radiation Therapy
Calendula has been used for centuries to help support wound healing. Calendula is derived from the flower of the Marigold plant. Calendula is used to help reduce burn tissue injury and reduce painful swelling and irritation.
Relieves painful Red Itchy Skin irritated skin damage by Treatment
Lavender has pain-relieving properties and a numbing effect. This helps soothe the inflammation, while the beta-caryophyllene in the oil also acts as a natural anti-inflammatory.
Hydrates, Protects, and Nourishes Damaged Skin
Aloe Vera Contains skin-nourishing nutrients and antioxidants vitamins A, C, E, B12, folic acid, and choline. Powerful Antioxidants that neutralize free radicals.
Micronutrient Herbs Calm, Hydrate, and Nourish Your skin
Powerful botanical herbs of Green Tea, Yarrow, Irish Moss, Spirulina, Organic Gotu Kola, Horsetail, and Wild Geranium work synergistically to hydrate, nourish, and protect your skin.
Helps Rebuild New Skin Cells
Sunflower oil has high vitamin E content and helps keep your skin hydrated by locking moisture inside your skin for an extended period of time. It is also rich in vitamins A, D, and fatty acids that help function as an antioxidant and help rebuild new skin cells.
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2. Hiroko-Miyuki Mori, Hiroshi Kawanami, Hirohisa Kawahata "Wound healing potential of lavender oil by the acceleration of granulation and wound contraction through induction of TGF-β" https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27229681/
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