Miaderm Radiation Relief Cream

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Miaderm: Radiation Relief

Miaderm is one of the products that got me to the end of radiation treatments with NO burns and very little redness as my parting gift. My doc and techs were surprised on a daily basis, given that I am on the extremely fair side of pale.

To get the maximum results from Miaderm, the instructions advise to start before radiation. I started Day One of my radiation treatment and used it three to four times a day, thereafter. It worked as advertised, and that’s a relief because it’s a bit on the pricey side, but worth every penny.

Miaderm Radiation Relief

(source: Amazon)

Product Deets:

  • Reduces radiation’s effects on the skin
  • Soothes and restores radiation-damaged skin
  • Reduces or eliminates breaks in radiation treatment
  • Water Based, Nonsteroidal, Non-Irritating, Nut Oil & Alcohol Free
  • Safe & Effective on all skin types & 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

Per Manufacturer:

Indications
Cancer Radiation Dermatitis

Ingredients
Miaderm Radiation Relief lotion is a water-based lotion formulated with ingredients that are supported by scientific studies. The key ingredients of calendula, hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid), and aloe vera have been clinically proven to be effective in phase III prospective randomized trials published in peer reviewed scientific journals.

Directions
To get the maximum benefit of Miaderm, start at the initiation of radiation therapy and continue using three times daily until two weeks after radiation treatments have completed. Generally a 4oz. tube of Miaderm Radiation Relief lotion will last approximate 2 to 3 weeks with regular usage. We recommend 3 tubes for a course of 6 to 7 weeks of treatment.

Miaderm absorbed quickly, dried quickly, had very little scent (I’m an allergic gal) and soothed my radiated skin. I won’t hesitate to recommend it to other cancer patients or buy for someone in need.

If you know someone going through radiation, or about to, share this product info with them, send them this link, or better yet, buy them a tube as a gift. Also consider sharing through your social media. Cancer patients everywhere thank you!

 

 

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Comments

  1. I appreciate this very much. My older sister will be starting radiation therapy for seven weeks in a couple weeks – just had a sarcoma high grade myeloma (sp?) tumor taken from her leg. I’m in Oregon and she’s in San Diego so it’s hard for me to be with her – although I wish I could. I’ll forward this to her. Stopping in from the Grand Social at Lisa’s place.

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