RADIATION DERMATITIS

NeoGenesis offers a range of oncology friendly products designed to soothe, strengthen and support the skin while undergoing radiation therapy. Deliver nutrient-rich stem cell released molecules to your skin during radiation treatment to provide soothing relief.

BENEFITS

  • Strengthens the skin to withstand the effects of radiation 
  • Supports the skin’s barrier for superior protection
  • Soothes and calms overexposed skin
  • Oncology friendly

PROTOCOL | Twice Daily

  1. Gently cleanse the skin with Cleanser
  2. Spritz Moisturizing Mist on the skin
  3. Apply Recovery serum to the area
  4. Finish with Barrier Renewal Cream or Intensive Moisturizer

Use Moisturizing Mist and Barrier Renewal Cream or Intensive Moisturizer throughout the day as needed for soothing relief.

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RADIATION DERMATITIS

Undergoing radiation during cancer treatment can be extremely damaging to the skin. A common side effect of radiation is a skin condition called radiation dermatitis, also known as X-ray dermatitis or radiation burns. Concentrated exposure to radiation causes painful, red marks on the skin. As radiation treatment continues, the skin doesn’t have enough time between doses to heal. Eventually, the affected area of the skin breaks down. This causes pain, discomfort, and rashes. Many patients undergoing radiation will experience moderate-to-severe skin reactions that typically occur within the first two weeks of the treatment. Unfortunately, these reactions can last for several years after the radiation therapy is complete. It is important to work with your health care professional when dealing with radiation dermatitis. With the right approach, this side effect can be reduced or eliminated.

NeoGenesis offers a line of skin care products that are Oncology friendly. These products naturally prepare, strengthen, and support the skin by delivering nutrient-rich molecules to areas that are about to be treated, or are already inflamed, burned, and peeling. Our patented S²RM® technology is effective, yet gentle enough to be used on broken and damaged skin.

The topical application of our advanced product Recovery serum, abundant in S²RM® molecules, may help with the symptoms of radiation dermatitis. Follow Recovery with our Intensive Moisturizer or Barrier Renewal Cream and apply as often as needed to calm the skin.

Along with the appropriate topical products, patients receiving radiation therapy should be advised to avoid sun exposure by covering the treated area with protective clothing or chemical free sunscreen. Avoid topical skin irritants, such as perfumes, deodorants, and alcohol-based lotions.

 

RADIATION DERMATITIS

WHAT OTHERS HAVE TO SAY

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“I was able to start the Recovery, Intensive Moisturizer, and Essential Oils regime prior to my radiation treatment. It was a great help to my skin. I had very minimal burning and redness to the skin during(…)

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Chemical Peels
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“With a 2nd degree burn from a chemical peel, I was desperate for relief. Unfortunately, a plastic surgeon recommended a peel just 2 weeks prior to radiation. The peel was on my chest adjacent to my cancer, on(…)

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Radiation Dermatitis
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“I feel very fortunate that my wife, an oncology trained Esthetician, knew about the amazing healing properties of NeoGenesis Recovery Serum as I prepared to begin radiation treatments for prostate cancer. I(…)

Skin and Hair
Chemotherapy Side Effects
Intensive Moisturizer
Pre + Post Cancer Surgery
Radiation Dermatitis
Recovery

“I had cancer surgery, radiation and chemo treatments for lymphoma of the small intestine. My skin was very dry, I had discoloration on my face and the area that was radiated on my stomach was feeling burned.(…)

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Intensive Moisturizer
Radiation Dermatitis
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“I used NeoGenesis Recovery, Intensive Moisturizer, Skinessence, and the roller from day one. I never had any burns or discomfort during my four weeks of radiation. At the end of my fourth week I contracted(…)

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Intensive Moisturizer
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“In the beginning, the radiologist gave me a cream to use. During that first radiation treatment, and for the few days after that, I thought I noticed a “burning” smell each time I had the radiation treatment.(…)

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