Skin Cancer Treatments Can Cause Compromised Skin
Compromised skin, where the barrier has been disrupted becomes red, inflamed, dry, itchy and irritated, is something we try to avoid at all costs. Except in the case of a skin cancer treatment. Often times, skin cancer treatments, in this case a topical chemotherapy cream, can leave the skin compromised. While the cancer treatment drug is working to kill the cancer cells, it is throwing the skin out of balance. Luckily, we are equipped to work with clients, who have been cleared by their oncologist, to restore balance to the skin and rebuild the barrier.
2 Advanced Technology Treatments After Efudex Topical Chemotherapy
“Efudex or Carac (5-fluorouracil), is a highly effective treatment for pre-cancerous lesions such as Actinic Keratoses (AK). As an alternative treatment to surgery, this topical chemotherapy drug can also treat some superficial basal and squamous cell carcinomas. Fluorouracil is also used for other skin issues including squamous cell carcinoma in situ, warts, psoriasis of the nail, keratoacanthoma, and vitiligo.
Fluorouracil belongs to the category of chemotherapy drugs called antimetabolites and is cell-cycle specific (S-phase). Mechanism of action 5-FU acts in several ways, but principally as a thymidylate synthase (TS) inhibitor. Interrupting the action of this enzyme blocks synthesis of the pyrimidine thymidylate (dTMP), which is a nucleotide required for DNA replication.” Morag Currin, Oncology Training International
The patent had to apply Efudex Topical Chemotherapy as an annual treatment for a previously diagnosed skin cancer. He was cleared by his oncologist to receive a treatment. He presented with red, inflamed, dry skin that was easily irritated and sore on a regular basis.
Immunocologie Treatment For Compromised Skin
Calm + Balance The Barrier
Step 1: Immunocologie Cleansing Lotion
Step 2: Immunocologie Cleansing Lotion + Immunocologie Exfoliating Lotion using MYSKINBUDDY on Setting 1: Deep Cleanse Setting
Step 3: Immunocologie Vital Ionic Mist
Step 4: Immunocologie Vital Clay Mask, allowed to dry for 10 minutes, removed with tepid water.
Step 5: Immunocologie Vital Ionic Mist.
Step 6: DermaJem Anima Alto 8-1 Cold Therapy Hand piece, infused Immunocologie Hyaluronic Serum for 10-15 minutes, spritzing with Vital Ionic Mist when necessary for glide.
Step 7: Celluma LED Light Therapy for 30 minutes
Step 8: Using DermaJem Anima Alto 8-1 Oxygen Infusion Hand piece, infused Ageless Antioxidant Plus Serum
Step 9: Massaged in Immunocologie Eye Contour Serum + Immunocologie Intense Eye Cream to eye area
Step 10: Applied Immunocologie Night Protection
Hale & Hush + Immunocologie + O2 Skin Pro
Treatment For Compromised Skin To Balance and Rebuild The Barrier
Step 1: Cleanse Quiet Wash Hale & Hush.
Step 2: 2nd Cleanse Immunocologie Cleansing Lotion + MYSKINBUDDY on Setting 1: Deep Cleanse Setting
Step 3: Using DermaJem Anima Alto 8-1 Oxygen Infusion Hand piece, infused Ageless Growth Factor Infusion.
Step4: Spot Treat nose with Immunocologie Vital Clay Mask, allow to dry for 10 minutes, removed with tepid water
Step 5: Extractions.
Step 6: Applied Hale & Hush Hush Hydrate Mask + O2SkinPro to face. Using DermaJem Anima Alto 8-1 Cold Therapy Hand piece, infused mask for 10 minutes. Remove with tepid water.
Step 7: Mist with Immunocologie Vital Ionic Mist.
Step 8: Apply Hale & Hush Soothe Essence serum, infuse with MYSKINBUDDY on Green LED Setting.
Step 9: Celluma LED Light Therapy for 30 minutes
Step 10: Apply Hale & Hush Saffron Meristem Cream + Broad Spectrum SPF30
Hale & Hush Home Care
Quiet Wash Quiet Wash
Soothe Essence Serum Saffron Meristem Cream*
Hush Hydrate Gel Vital Lipid Lotion*
Broad Spectrum SPF30
Relief Bio Powder with Hush Hydrate Gel
The Results Speak For Themselves
You can clearly see that these protocols and home care combinations worked wonders on this patient’s skin!
The most noticeable result is the dramatic reduction in redness. This is incredibly telling of the other results such as, reduced inflammation, improved hydration, and cessation of TEWL.
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