• DO use products that soothe, heal and offer barrier protection
  • DO use plant-based products that help sensitivity and inflammation
  • DO use products such as oatmeal, arnica and Canadian willow-herb to gently build up the skin’s barrier
  • DO consult a skin care expert before purchasing new products who can prescribe based on proper knowledge
  • DO wear sunscreen every day - physical SPF is gentler on the skin by reflecting the sun’s rays off the body
  • DON’T use products with artificial fragrances (can cause nausea)
  • DON’T use aggressive exfoliants that can cause skin sensitivity
  • DON’T treat acne related breakouts due to medication from cancer therapies. Refer to a physician
  • DON’T do chemical peels
  • DON’T treat hyperpigmentation due to radiation. Skin will be too fragile
  • DON’T do laser hair removal
  • DON’T  book in any manicures and pedicures. A simple manicure can lead to lymphedema
  • DON’T book yourself any massages. An arm massage after a lumpectomy can lead to lymphedema
  • DON’T complete any microdermabrasion
  • DON’T Therapies using electrical current that can further aggravate the skin


From Eau Thermale Avène

  • XeraCalm A.D Lipid Replenishing Balm   
  • Skin Recovery Cream
  • XeraCalm A.D Lipid Replenishing Cleansing Oil
  • Eau Thermale Thermal Spring Water

From Neutrogena

  • Ultra Gentle Daily Cleanser

From Aveeno

  • Eczema Care Moisturizing Cream with colloidal oatmeal
  • Eczema Care Body Wash with colloidal oatmeal

From CeraVe

  • CeraVe Bebe Wash & Shampoo
  • CeraVe bebe Moisturizing Lotion

From Valeant

  • Dermatix Ultra Silicone Gel for scars

From Bio-Oil

  • Bio-Oil for scars

From WellSkin

  • Glaxal Base Moisturizing Lotion

From Galderma

  • Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser
  • Cetaphil Lotion

From La Roche-Posay

  • Lipikar Baume AP Lipid Replenishing Body Balm
  • Toleraine Ultra Fluide

From Dermalogica

  • Redness Relief Primer