Gift Ideas for Cancer Patients
These helpful and thoughtful gift ideas for cancer patients or those undergoing chemotherapy are the perfect inspiration for what to get for a loved one.
Stop Women's Hair Loss Now! | Keranique Hair
A woman's hair loss with decrease in shine and volume can be triggered by a multitude of conditions and circumstances including poor hair care, coloring,heat...
before any one jumps on the coconut oil is bad for your hair bandwagon...this stuff works! My hair is proof, the only thing that I have done differently is I take 10,000 mcg of biotin a day. after having damage hair due to bad thyroid and celiacs, my hair is absolutely amazing. It may not work for you, but it absolutely has for me!.
Chemo makes your finger nails look sick, that's a fact. As if that was not enough, when you want to conceal them by putting nail polish on, the smell makes you even sicker… With Acquarella you can change nail color w
How To: make chemo suck less
Last month I shared some of the things I liked to keep in my hospital bag during chemotherapy. As you know, my melanoma treatment had two parts, one month of daily infusions at the hospital and eleven months of shots at home. I thought a good follow on post would be to share some tips and tricks for navigating chemo at home. Reminder :: I'm speaking in generalities here, since every cancer, every patient and every treatment can be different. || Water Bottles || Keep water stashed…
Lindi Skin care products....for chemo, radiation and beyond....Just fabulous....(and I was quoted in their brochure when I first discovered them during treatment..) For glowing incredible skin...smooth skin during rads..
Chemotherapy: How cancer drugs impact the body long-term
Chemotherapy drugs use powerful chemicals to kill cancer cells and inhibit them from reproducing and spreading throughout the body. Most often, these medications are very effective at what they do – but they can also be a little too effective, destroying healthy cells along the way.