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Esthetician's Skin Care Guide from C.H.I.P.S.

Oncology Esthetics
A Practitioner's Guide
by Morag Currin

Estheticians with the right knowledge and understanding are able to recognize abnormalities on the skin and can become an important player in the detection of skin cancer, as well as provide calming skin care treatments and products for survivors.

These same educated estheticians can help resolve oncology-related skin issues, and provide a soothing touch and relaxation for any person visiting a spa, especially if the person is living with cancer.

Turn to Oncology Esthetics for more information on:

  • How to recognize skin abnormalities
  • Skin reactions to cancer therapies
  • Oncology drugs that react with certain ingredients in skin care products
  • Understanding the lymphatic system while performing oncology massage therapy during treatment and recovery
  • Mandatory sanitation and infection control
  • Utilizing the appropriate skin care products during treatment and recovery

Not every esthetician may choose to provide oncology esthetics. However, diseases are a part of everyday life, and education like this can be extremely beneficial.

Contents

  1. Cancer Overview
  2. Oncologic Surgery
  3. Chemotherapy
  4. Radiation Therapy
  5. Biologic Therapy
  6. Immunology
  7. Integumentary System
  8. Skin Cancer
  9. Lymphatic System
  10. Oncology Massage Therapy during Esthetics
  11. Spa Treatments
  12. Sanitation and Infection Control
  13. Ingredients in Skin Care Products
  14. Oncology Drug Guide

Index

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Oncology Esthetics
A Practitioner's Guide
by Morag Currin

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