THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE INGREDIENTS

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Dark Buckwheat Honey

In a study of radiation therapy patients,  medicinal honey was shown to be more effective in pain relief, itching, and irritation compared to conventional treatment on healing of radiotherapy-induced skin toxicity.

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Calendula

Calendula was shown to be highly effective for the  prevention of acute dermatitis grade 2 or higher in a study of 254 patients who underwent breast cancer surgery and were to receive postoperative radiation therapy.

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Bisabolol

In a study of radiation therapy patients,  medicinal honey was shown to be more effective in pain relief, itching, and irritation compared to conventional treatment on healing of radiotherapy-induced skin toxicity.

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Jojoba Seed Oil

Effective as a protective barrier
to keep skin hydrated. Contains natural Vitamin E to work with
skin as an anti-oxidant.

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Shea Butter

Restores elasticity of mature skin, prevents cellular damage, and revitalizes skin through increased cellular activity.

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Rosemary Leaf Extract

Studies shown effectiveness towards skin hydration and relieving dry skin, a common condition caused by radiation or laser therapy.

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Willow Bark Extract

Demonstrated anti-inflammatory, antiproliferative, and skin- protective benefits in vitro for  radiation therapy patients.