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    Radiation Burn Cream Calendula Spray for Radiation Therapy Patients Unscented - Dermavitality
    Radiation Burn Cream Calendula Spray for Radiation Therapy Patients Unscented - Dermavitality

    Crema para quemaduras por radiación, spray de caléndula para pacientes con radioterapia, sin perfume

    $39.95
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    Unscented Radiation Burn Cream

    Formulated with plant-rich all-natural and organic ingredients that immediately hydrate and help heal skin damaged by radiation therapy. Silky smooth cream with a calming lavender scent that absorbs quickly without an oily residue.

    Unscented Radiation Burn Spray

    Cooling calendula Radiation Relief spray with Arnica provides cooling relief for red, itchy sore skin. Can be put in refrigerator for cooling relief. Made with anti inflammatory botanicals of organic aloe leaf juice, orange blossom, calendula, arnica flower extract, roman chamomile oil, and white willow bark nourish, soothe, and calm irritated skin.

    Natural and Organic Ingredients

    Formulated with Calendula and plant based all-natural and organic ingredients that immediately hydrate and help heal skin damaged by radiation therapy. Silky smooth cream that absorbs quickly without an oily residue.

    Calendula Based Cream

    In a study of radiation therapy patients, application of calendula based cream resulted in far fewer occurrences of dermatitis than in the group using a traditional substance. Calendula users also experienced less radiation-induced pain and fewer breaks in treatment.

    Relieves painful red itchy irritated skin damage by treatment

    Made with carefully selected, plant-based ingredients that soothe, moisturize and calm dry, painful, irritated skin for patients going through radiation treatment . Natural anti-inflammatory botanicals soothe red, itchy irritated skin and provide powerful plant based botanicals that nourish and hydrate compromised skin.

    Non Greasy Absorbs Quickly

    Silky smooth cream that absorbs quickly without an oily residue.

    Unscented Radiation Burn Cream and Spray Frequently Asked Questions

    Micronutrient boticals 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 rebuild new skin cells.

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    Organic Aloe Vera Gel

    SKIN NOURISHING NUTRIENTS

    The gel from the aloe vera plant has long been known for its healing properties. Aloe Vera Contains skin nourishing nutrients and antioxidants. Vitamins: It contains vitamins A (beta-carotene), C and E, which are antioxidants. It also contains vitamin B12, folic acid, and choline. Antioxidants that neutralizes free radicals.

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    Calendula Flower Extract

    REJUVENATES SKIN

    Calendula has been used for centuries to help support wound healing and help calm irritated skin, Calendula is derived from the flower of the Marigold plant. Calendula is used to help calm tissue injury and reduce painful swelling and irritation.

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    Shea Butter

    PROVEN MOISTURIZER FOR YOUR SKIN

    Proven moisturizer for your skin. It has soothing, anti-aging, and healing properties. Shea Butter helps calm red and irritated skin caused by radiation treatments.

    1. Phase III randomized trial of Calendula officinalis compared with trolamine for the prevention of acute dermatitis during irradiation for breast cancer https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15084618/