Isabel Calleros explains the effects of chemotherapy and radiation on your skin.
Chemotherapy and skin care - whether you are doing chemotherapy, or whether you are doing radiation, or whether you are on specific drugs it all has to do with your cancer, okay?
So the overall view of your skin is that it has a natural pH that we have to maintain and these are things that your skincare products try to deliver to your skin.
So, whether you are using a very expensive skincare line or whether you are using something from the drugstore, you’re using what’s going to keep our skin healthy looking, fresh, renewed, exfoliated and cleansed, okay?
So when we look at chemotherapy are we getting the same thing; can we do the same thing? Is the skin going to look the same?
Do I need different type of products? These are all questions that women ask while they are going through chemotherapy or radiation and these are some of the things that we are going to address in this topic.
About Isabel Calleros:
Isabel Calleros has dedicated over 30 years to education in aesthetics and permanent makeup for both cosmetic and breast repigmentation for breast cancer recovery. As a voice for the breast cancer survivor, Mrs. Calleros wants to provide each and every woman the opportunity to know and understand their choices as they regain their femininity, womanhood and self beauty.
Isabel is a facilitator for the Look Good…Feel Better program through the American Cancer Society. She has volunteered her time at the Arizona Cancer Center in Tucson, Arizona, through the Women’s Cancer Support Group, along with participating on in the 2009 Breast Cancer Wellness Cruise for breast cancer survivors.