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Cutaneous Lymphoma Skin Relief

Cutaneous lymphoma is a rare type of cancer that begins in white blood cells (T-cells) that affect the skin. It can cause rash-like skin effects such as redness, itching, slightly raised scaly patches on the skin, thickened skin, cracks in the skin, darkened skin, and sometimes skin tumors. Treatments can include skin creams, light therapy, radiation therapy, and systemic therapies including chemotherapy, immunotherapy, and retinoids.

The side effects from cutaneous lymphoma can wax and wane, where sometimes the skin effect flare, and sometimes they are more quiet or clear. The more you understand and prepare for these effects, the easier your journey will be.

Redness & irritation

Itchy skin

Dry, flaky, peeling skin

Darkening or redness

Cutaneous Lymphoma Skin Relief REGIMEN

Morning.

  1. Wash skin with Gentle Cream Cleanser and pat dry
  2. While skin is still damp apply Body Crème 12% Lactic Acid (start twice weekly and increase to daily as tolerated)
  3. Apply Calendula Soothing Cream or Calendula Relief Lotion
  4. Apply Silicone Skin Gel to areas of the skin that need extra protection from dryness
  5. Apply Daily Defense Sunscreen to protect skin

For hair loss and thinning use Hair Growth Support Serum. For lashes and brows loss use Lash & Brow Support Serum.

Between each step (except 1 & 2)  allow skin/product to fully dry before applying the next product. 

Evening.

  1. Wash skin with Gentle Cream Cleanser and pat dry
  2. Apply Retinol Body Lotion at bedtime starting once or twice per week, building up to daily use as tolerated by your skin. For any daytime use, use with Daily Defense Sunscreen
  3. Apply Calendula Soothing Cream or Calendula Relief Lotion
  4. Apply Lip Recovery Mask before bedtime
  5. Apply Hand Mask to hands and feet.

For hair loss and thinning use Hair Growth Support Serum. For lashes and brows loss use Lash & Brow Support Serum.

Between each step (except 1 & 2)  allow skin/product to fully dry before applying the next product.

* Always consult with your healthcare provider regarding skincare regimens.