October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign which helps to increase attention and support for the awareness, early detection and treatment of this disease. Radiation therapy plays an important role in the treatment of breast cancer. Like medications, radiation therapy can also cause side effects. During the treatment of the cancer, the skin problems that radiation creates remain untouched.
Radiation injures or kills healthy cells as well as cancer cells in the treated area. Repeated radiation exposure causes an imbalance in tissue damage and repair so that exposed skin is damaged faster than it can repair itself. Skin changes are common and expected, but the right skin care therapy can help your skin feel more comfortable during treatment.
Nourishing Biologicals formulas are assembled to treat the underlying cause of the damaged skin. Only when the cellular elements are replenished can the skin renew its function and look good again. This is accomplished by using anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatories to stop the damage and decrease any inflammation that exists. Cell specific chemical messengers are employed to encourage cells to restore their efficient function. Many other nutrients craved by the skin are included for the skin to respond. These formulations have been proven through clinical studies to heal your skin from within.
Nourishing Biologicals supplies the skin with much needed Nobel Prize winning growth factors and hydrolyzed collagen peptides. The products are powered by miracular cellular communication technology that supply your skin with the nutrients it depends upon to maintain its health. Other natural compounds are included to protect the proteins, stabilize the skin cells and reverse the damage caused by radiation therapy. The data-based science skincare formulas are backed by third party 12-week clinical trials that are guaranteed to deliver healthier and finer-looking skin.
George Sadowski, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer of Nourishing Biologicals
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