Step One Cooling Gel
Radiaderm R1™ Cooling gel is the first step of the full R1 & R2 System. It cools, hydrates and stabilises skin temperature through physical means. As soon as R1 is applied to the skin it provides hydration. Radiaderm R1™ includes LACTOKINE™ in its formulation. Along with other lactose proteins, LACTOKINE™ contains milk-derived factors that assist skin to maintain a smooth and elastic texture.
What does R1 do?
Helps to stabilise skin temperature
What is LACTOKINE™?
LACTOKINE™ is a clinically tested milk-based fluid that has been used in personal care products for over 15 years. It is a skin conditioning agent which also assists in the reduction of redness.
Along with other lactose proteins, LACTOKINE™ contains milk-derived factors that assist skin to maintain a smooth and elastic texture
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How to use
After your first radiotherapy session, apply a generous layer of Radiaderm R1 to the affected area. To cover an area of approximately 10 x 10cm (4 x 4 inches), use an amount of 6g, which is equivalent to a heaped teaspoon. It is essential to start using Radiaderm R1 from the first day of your treatment and continue applying it on all subsequent treatment days following radiotherapy sessions
The Gel should be left in place for a minimum of 20 minutes/ Do not rub into the skin. Any residue may be gently removed
Move on to step two using R2 Soothing Lotion