Help With Healing During Cancer Treatment Gift Set
To help people live better with cancer, we donate $1,000 to the American Cancer Society every month.
Every single one of these products is a God send! Kelo-cote was very useful to manage my scar after surgery - it is barely visible now. The pillow was also great at night when I had hot flashes and I just love peppermint tea.
About Help With Healing During Cancer Treatment Gift Set
After having surgery, you're bound to feel sore, tired and uncomfortable. If you're also having chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment, you may also be suffering from very dry and sensitive skin. To alleviate some of these side-effects, we have put together this kit to help promote healing and relaxation.
The Help With Healing Gift Set includes:
- Cotswold Lavender Bath Salts
- Kelo-Cote Scar Gel
- Lyonsleaf Calendula Cream 30ml
- Gel'O Cool Pillow
Cotswold Lavender Bath Salts (RRP £8.50): A natural bath soak with organic sea salt and lavender oil. Renowned for its distinctive aroma, Lavender has also been used throughout the ages as a healing remedy.
Kelo-Cote Scar Gel (RRP £20.39): Many people have surgery as part of their treatment for cancer which can leave scars. Kelo-cote is a patented topical silicone gel for the management and prevention of scars. It helps soften, flatten and smooth raised scars whilst maintaining the moisture balance and elasticity of the adjacent skin.
Lyonsleaf Calendula Cream (RRP £8.99): Cancer and its treatment can often cause skin irritation, itchiness and dryness. The Lyonsleaf award winning Calendula Cream is ideal to help tackle these issues. It is a high-quality product that comes with the highest of recommendations from other cancer patients and is particularly beneficial for treating skin inflammation.
Gel'O Cool Pillow (RRP £19.99): Made with medical grade gel, chill your pillow mat in the refrigerator before using and place on your pillow to help you have a goods night sleep even when suffering night sweats.
Great gift full of actually useful products!