Skin Care Questions and Answers About Chamomile Eye Cream
I have been taking two chemotherapy drugs (Tarceva and Zometa). The good news is that they are containing the cancer, but they also dry my skin to a remarkable degree. I have tried cleansers, treatments and moisturizers from Nia24, Eucerin, Aveeno, DHC and Scosh, as well as Aquaphor. I am still so dry that my skin flakes off all over my body as well as my face. Any ideas about which products I might try?...Read Response (asked by Laura S. of Phoenix, AZ)
First of all, we are glad you are feeling better. Since the two chemotherapy drugs (Tarceva and Zometa) you are using to control the cancer caused extreme dryness on the face and body, we can recommend a hydrating regimen that will soothe and nourish your skin. The Cream Soap may be used twice daily to gently cleanse sensitive skin types. Follow with the Chamomile Cleansing Lotion toner to help instantly soothe dry sensitive skin. The Chamomile Eye Cream may be used under the eye area morning and night. The skin around the eyes is very delicate, thin, and susceptible to damage. Wrinkles and fine lines are made more obvious when skin is dry, so keeping the area moisturized will keep it looking supple, and fine lines will be less obvious. Use the Complex Moisturizer With Vitamin E (SPF-20) daily after toning. It contains Vitamins A & E and Hyaluronic Acid to lock in skins natural moisture along with a high SPF for daily protection. Lastly, the Protein Night Cream is the perfect night cream for you. Intense moisture replenishing night cream enriched with Vitamin A and collagen to reduce the effects of aging. As for dry skin on the body, we would recommend the Super Rich Olive Body Lotion. Creamy, rich Olive Oil based lotion restores moisture and leaves the skin feeling soft and silky without a greasy residue. Leaves skin feeling supple and nourished year round.
I would like to try your products, however I am confused on what to use. I have mature dry skin, but I also have the condition that you refer to as couperose. I thought it was rosacea, but after reading your description, I believe it is more couperose. What products are recommended for dry/mature/couperose skin? ...Read Response (asked by Lisa L. of San Pedro, CA)
Since you have dry, mature, couperose skin we have the perfect regimen to help soothe, hydrate and protect your sensitive skin while it also helps to strengthen weakened capillaries. The Keratoplast Cream Soap not only washes away light make-up, but it also calms irritated blotchy skin. Our Keratoplast Cleansing Lotion containing Aloe Extract, Pollen Extract, and Keratoplast used in conjunction with the Kera Moisturizer will strengthen weakened capillaries and provide your skin with needed protein. To hydrate and refine apply the Chamomile Eye Cream which will help to minimize the appearance of fine lines. The Azulene Calming Mask moisturizes, minimizes redness, and is great for soothing irritation. Finally apply our Vitacel Moist Cream at night to relieve any dryness, restore moisture and help to strengthen weakened capillaries.