Soothe skin damaged by radiation treatment naturally
CamWell Herb to Soothe™ botanical skin cream for radiation burns is safe for all cancer survivors before, during, and after radiotherapy treatments.
- Natural active ingredients
- Oncologist formulated
- Clinically studied
Heals skin damaged by radiation therapy.
Radiation therapy can wreak havoc on your skin.
Our oncologist-formulated, safe, non-toxic Herb to Soothe™ Cream:
- Delivers gentle, powerful skin burn relief
- Soothes and heals itching painful radiated areas
- Relieves pain, itchiness and tenderness
- Calms inflammation
- Hydrates severely dry skin
- Protects skin against infection
- Speeds wound healing
- Maintains beautiful, healthy skin throughout treatment
$24.99 – $65.97
Each 21g tube provides about six weeks of daily treatment at the recommended dose.
The efficacy of both our Hand to Heal™ and Herb to Soothe™ radiation creams have been proven through a randomized, controlled, open-label clinical study.
Patient results using Herb to Soothe.
Aqueous (water) extracts of a proprietary blend of Radix et Rhizoma Rhei (rhubarb root), Rhizoma Polygoni Cuspidati (giant knotweed rhizome), Cortex Dictamni (dictamnus root bark), Rhizoma Coptidis (coptis), Radix Sophorae Flavescentis (light yellow sophora root), Cortex Phellodendri Chinensis (amur cork tree bark), Medium-chain Triglycerides, Glycerol, Stearic Acid, Hexadecanol, Vitamin E, Glyceryl Monostearate, Potassium Sorbate.
Directions for Use:
- A little bit goes a long way. To get the maximum therapeutic benefits of this cream, a thin layer is all that’s needed.
- Gently apply to affected areas twice daily. Spread once and let the cream soak in on its own. No rubbing necessary.
- Herb to Soothe is oncologist-formulated specifically to be safe to use during radiation therapy. There is no need to wash it off prior to treatment, however if your physician prefers that it be removed, it will still be effective.
- Our creams are the color and scent of the herbs themselves – they are formulated without the use of harsh chemicals and rated as safe by the Environmental Working Group.