Fight dry skin
My treatment is making my skin more and more dry.
What should I do?
Dry skin is one of the very common side effects caused by cancer treatments. The best way to keep your skin comfortable is to moisturize it as often as possible.
The skin is most often times just dry, with small scales flaking off like dandruff, and rough to the touch. It may be combined with itchiness, tightness, and skin discomfort. This dryness, or “xerosis”, may be more pronounced, with an appearance of cracking on the legs as well as splitting or chapping on fingers and heels.
Gently moisturizes sensitive skin. Also available in CREAM and MASK versions.Find out more
Soothing eye contour cream
Decongests and soothes.Find out more
Nourishes and repairs.Find out more
Nourishes and leaves your skin feeling soft and supple (do not apply to damaged skin).Find out more
Nourishes and soothes feelings of itchiness*Find out more
Also available in 200ml and in CREAM version
*: caused by skin dryness
- Apply your hydrating cream to your cheeks, forehead and neck.
- Spread the cream over the skin using your fingertips, smoothing it out from the center to the outer areas of your face.
- Apply a moisturizing mask once to three times a week. Apply a thick layer and leave for 5-10 minutes before removing any excess cream.
- Apply a soothing eye contour cream every day.
- Apply by dabbing with your fingertips.
- Complete by smoothing out gently.
- Apply a cold cream balm two or three times a day, even underneath your lipstick.
- Apply your emollient cream once or twice a day.
- Smooth over the body in short, gentle movements using your hands.
- Use the entire surface of your hand to make sure it is fully absorbed by your skin.
Did you know?
- Some conventional cleansing products (soap in liquid and solid form) are often aggressive and can cause your skin to dry out even more.
- All skin types, both thin and thick, sensitive and non-sensitive, can become dry at times or in certain areas of the body.
- As we get older, our skin tends to become drier: this is especially true of women’s skin. This tendency to dry out often increases after menopause and while you are undergoing hormonal cancer treatment.