Caring for your skin, nails and hair during and after cancer treatment
Last Modified: February 8, 2013
Part I: Panel Discussion
The panel discusses common concerns surrounding skin, nails and hair during and after cancer treatment and provides guidance for coping with these issues.
- Carolyn Vachani, RN, MSN, AOCN, OncoLink’s Nurse Educator
- Gloria DiLullo, RN, MSN, CRNP, OncoLink Content Specialist
- Lindy Snider, Cancer Survivor and Owner of Lindi Skin
- Dobbie Kristoff, Cancer Survivor and Director of Sales at Lindi Skin
- Jeanette Caligiuri, CMF, Cancer Survivor and Co-Founder of Faith & Hope Boutique Theresa Turner, Cancer Survivor, Cosmetologist & Make-Up Artist
Part II: Make-Up Application and Wig Tips
Theresa demonstrates make-up application with a focus on addressing common concerns during cancer treatment. Jeanette demonstrates putting on a wig and head scarf.
- Theresa Turner, Cancer Survivor, Cosmetologist & Make-Up Artist
- Jeanette Caligiuri, CMF, Cancer Survivor and Co-Founder of Faith & Hope Boutique
And a BIG thank you to our models, Linda and Kimberly!
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