Washing hands with soap and water

Hand washing is more important now than ever with health authorities constantly urging us to pay attention to our hand hygiene in the fight against the coronavirus. For a cancer patient it’s a constant fight against infection and your skin needs gentle products that minimize the chance of skin aggravation during both chemotherapy and radiation …

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Keep Those Hands Moisturised

With the added worry of influenza and now Coronavirus (COVID-19), hand washing and hand sanitising becomes so vitally important. No one wants their immune system compromised. All this frequent hand washing and hand sanitising can leave your hands cracked and dry. Give your hands some extra love and keep those hands moisturised. For lymphoedema sufferers moisturising and skincare is extremely important …

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Spread the Love

Did you know February is Random Acts of Kindness Month? Spread some love and offer to drive the patient to and from an appointment. Having company for a treatment can relieve the hours and boredom going through chemotherapy infusions, long waits to see a doctor or waiting to receive radiation therapy. After treatment the patient may feel too drained to drive …

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 Use Gentle Soaps

Good skincare and moisturising during chemotherapy and radiation is very important. Use gentle soaps and laundry detergents and avoid long, hot baths and showers to minimise the chance of skin aggravations. We include a Goat Soap in our Kit for Cancer case for that extra skincare. It not only smells and feels divine, but it also nourishes the …

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