Counteracting Hormone and Chemotherapy Skin Aging


As humans age, they see the signs of time, such as: wrinkles, puffiness, loss of muscle tone, dehydration, dry skin, hyperpigmentation and loss of volume. However, most people do not see these signs of aging until later in life. Those with cancer often see the aging process at a younger age, as a result chemotherapy and hormone therapy medications.

Morag Currin is an esthetic instructor with more than 25 years of spa industry experience, and more than 10 years of training and training management experience. She pioneered the Oncology Esthetics advanced training for spa professionals, and is the author of Oncology Esthetics: A Practitioner’s Guide Revised & Expanded (2014) and Health-challenged Skin: The Estheticians’ Desk Reference (2012).

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