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.
Panelists: 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.
Participants: 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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