Jean, the creator and founder of Jeans Cream, is a two-time breast cancer survivor. She created the cream to protect her own fair skin during the weeks of radiation treatments she was given.
“To my delight and that of my doctors, my skin in the treated areas remained very healthy. I then consulted with a chemist to professionally develop what had worked so well for me.”
Jeans Cream is high-potency Vitamin E and Aloe cream that does not contain perfume, petroleum or lanolin. Jean is so confident of her formula, that she offers a 30-day, money-back guarantee.
Detailed instructions on how to use the cream for radiation patients is available on her website as well as testimonials from patients and nurses. Always check with your doctor before starting a new product when you’re being treated for cancer.
I’ve not tried Jean’s cream, but am writing about it so that others can take a look, discuss it with their doctor, and perhaps use it to bring them relief during their cancer treatments.
It’s so mild it can be used for:
- Radiation Therapy
- Diabetes-related skin issues
- Chemotherapy skin issues
- Contact Dermatitis
- Chemical Peels
- Laser Resurfacing
- Tattoo Removal
- Leg Ulcers
- Wound Care
- After Sunburn
- Daily Moisturizing
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