Are your RADIATION BURNS (RADIATION DERMATITIS) Painful?
KOOL RELIEF A Better Option FOR RADIATION BURNS than lotions, creams and gels For THE SKIN
Instant BREAST Burn RELIEF
Moderate to severe reactions can occur during treatment and up to several weeks after treatment. Treatments for the side effects experienced by patients for radiation therapy are only for skin damage and do not treat the burn, the real source of the pain and itching. The results of Radiation Dermatitis can be painful, but the most commonly used treatments are skin lotions, creams and gels.
Doctors offer over-the-counter pain killers and skin care products to treat radiation burns. Applying these products to the skin doesn't provide any immediate pain relief, although for some the discomfort is excruciating.
Even moderate radiation burns affects the sufferer’s comfort and ability to heal, resulting in a longer and more difficult recovery for an already vulnerable patient.
Topical skin treatments are simply unable to relieve the inflammation, pain and discomfort caused by radiation treatments. Unfortunately, severe radiation burns can delay or even cause changes to the course of treatment for those suffering from radiation side effects. These changes could ultimately compromise the effectiveness of treatment.
Say goodbye to painful burns with Kool Relief
Damage to tissue from radiation therapy doesn’t end with the skin. Damage occurs along the entire radiation beam’s path resulting in burns and irritation even to underlying tissue. The burned and irritated tissue generates heat that over taxes the body’s natural defenses because the body has no natural method of efficiently ridding itself of concentrated heat in body tissue.
Since treatment for radiation therapy burns is traditionally limited to skin damage, underlying tissue damage caused by excessive heat is rarely even checked.
However, it is a fact that rapid heat removal can save healthy tissue from damage, and neutralize the resulting pain.
Instant ALL BODY RELIEF
RADIATION THERAPY PATIENTS TESTED KOOL RELIEF
Thermal testing during radiation therapy showed that temperatures rose 4 to 8.5 degrees in radiation-treated tissue over the patients’ body baseline temperatures.
Patients are cautioned not to expose the treated area to extreme heat or cold. To avoid using an electric heating pads, hot water bottles, or ice packs. These extremes can cause further damage and pain.
Kool Relief takes a totally different approach. It treats radiation burns directly by employing a basic first aid rule, ‘Cool the burn and avoid the pain.
Kool Relief’s unique design forces the painful and damaging heat to travel away from tender skin and tissue. Once heat is removed, all that remains is cool comfort
When the smooth, cupped side of the Kool Relief disk is applied to the burned area, heat is absorbed into the device, passes through the opposite side and dissipates into the air. The disk never gets hot, and the body feels a cool sensation that calms and soothes away pain and discomfort.
What this means for those suffering from the pain and discomfort of radiation burns is the instant Kool Relief touches affected skin, inflammatory heat leaves the body. Not only is the skin cooled, but the overheated tissue beneath the skin is also cooled, taking away pain and leaving a cooling relief.
Before coming to market, radiation therapy patients tested Kool Relief and were impressed with its cooling pain relief and convenience of use.
A safe, effective solution for painful radiation burns with Kool Relief
Kool Relief immediately provides natural, non-chemical relief for radiation burns. It can be safely used during and after the treatment period.
Kool Relief will never need to be repaired, serviced or replaced. It has no batteries and needs no electricity. It is hand-machined from medical grade aluminum alloy and ABS plastic and is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.