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TriDerma Partners with Bay Area Cancer Connections

Anne Moratto | September 11, 2014 | 3:35 PM

TriDerma, a line of true skin care products made with Certified Genuine Virgin Organic Aloe and other carefully selected botanicals to heal a variety of skin problems,  announced its partnership with Bay Area Cancer Connections for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Through the month of October, TriDerma will donate 100 percent of the sales from its Radiation Skin Relief Fast Healing Cream, a doctor-recommended cream that helps soothe, heal and minimize the damaging side effects from radiation therapy. Daily use of the Radiation Skin Relief Fast Healing Cream helps soothe itching, peeling, redness, burning and the appearance of skin discoloration, a perfect gift for anyone living with radiation side effects or generally damaged skin.

TriDerma Partners with Bay Area Cancer Connections

“TriDerma is honored to be partnering with the Bay Area Cancer Connections organization,” said Tess Fox, director of marketing for TriDerma. “This is an organization whose team members have made amazing changes in the community through their work in educating patients, offering emotional support, providing preventative care and more. Understanding that almost all patients undergoing radiation therapy experience adverse skin reactions, TriDerma wanted to create a product for them that consisted of highly concentrated healing ingredients to protect and heal the skin. We are proud that our complete product line is free of damaging chemicals, cortisone, steroids and parabens so that clients of all ages, skin types and conditions can use it, see its impact and know that it is safe and effective.”

In addition to donating 100 percent of sales, TriDerma is also providing 500 samples of the Radiation Skin Relief Fast Healing Cream to be gifted at the 11th Annual Breast Cancer Conference hosted by Bay Area Cancer Connections on Nov. 1, 2014. This highly regarded conference brings together 300 attendees, including breast cancer patients and survivors, medical professionals, therapists, and health educators.

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