The fifth instalment of blogs by the wonderful CB, it's time for surgery....
By tag: cancer beauty
The fourth instalment of blogs by the wonderful CB, newly diagnosed with breast cancer and back to hear the results of some tests.
The third instalment of blogs by the wonderful CB, newly diagnosed with breast cancer and on a mission to go organic and ditch the microwave.
Caring for your hair during treatment for cancer can be very challenging and causes great concern. There are organisations that can help and this blog is written by one of the charities working in this field.
When a high street bar fitter (and beauty blogger) offered to tell us all about bra fitting we said a very loud 'yes please'.
The second instalment of blogs by the wonderful CB, newly diagnosed with breast cancer and off on her holidays. CB, it seems, likes to surprise.
Many thanks to CB, one of our amazing clients. CB called our offices with a query about delivery and was persuaded to write a blog for us (let that be a lesson to you all). CB's outlook is so positive and determined, we hope you enjoy reading about it.
It is here! Well nearly. The long-awaited and much-requested cosmetics range will be available to all within weeks. The colours have been chosen, the brushes tested and the ingredients deliberated over. The feedback from the testers is overwhelmingly positive-so positive in fact that it is possible that we will be sold out before we launch!
Why do you have to pay more for insurance when your treatment is over and how to look after your skin in the sun
People have various reactions when they are diagnosed with cancer, but one thing generally everyone who is diagnosed has in common is looking forward to a holiday when the treatment is over. However this can come with its own problems, such as trying to find affordable travel insurance. I set up 'Insurancewith' after my own diagnosis with breast cancer and being unable to find a travel insurance policy which would cover my cancer at an affordable premium.
Some of the drugs used to treat breast cancer, ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and womb cancer cause damage to the nails as a side-effect of treatment. The nails may grow throughout treatment but have ridges that coincide with each chemotherapy treatment. The nail bed can be damaged by treatment and some nails may drop off. This can happen to finger nails and toe nails.
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