Regimen to Improve Radiation Dermatitis*

A Step-By-Step Guide:

The purpose of all cancer therapy options (oncology) is to kill cells that replicate quickly, like cancer cells. These therapies also injure healthy replicating cells that function to continually replenish the skin barrier. They also affect the ability for cells to produce protective oils and hydrating sweat. If these cells are not working at their optimum or are destroyed, the skin is not able to properly maintain its natural ability to repair itself. When this happens, inflammation may also occur, resulting in further damage to the structure and function of the skin. The skin becomes thin, fragile and more prone to infection, irritants and environmental insults.

Benefits of Using Epionce During Cancer Therapy

Epionce is the perfect solution to help prepare and improve skin function before, during and after cancer therapy. It can help relieve the redness, swelling and blistering during treatment while reducing pigment changes, dryness and itching post-treatment.

Using a topical anti-inflammatory and barrier repair system like Epionce can help improve barrier function and reduce the impact cancer therapy can have on the skin.

*Products mentioned and/or shown here may not reflect the actual Epionce products recommended by your physician. Always follow the regimen suggested by your physician. The information provided is not intended to treat, diagnose or take the place of physician recommendation regarding skin diseases or conditions.