Hale & Hush Product Knowledge & FAB Oncology Esthetics Class
Sunday, October 22nd, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM MST
Registration is for Sunday, October 22, 2023 from 9am-6pm. The morning class will be a Hale & Hush product knowledge class, we will have a one hour break for lunch (lunch is provided) then after lunch will be the FAB Oncology Class. The fee to attend the class is $175. You will receive a binder full of information discussed in class as well as a certificate. The fee must be paid in full at the time of registration. Payment can be made by credit card or debit card. There are NO REFUNDS. If you are unable to attend class on the date you are registered, you will have the opportunity to attend the next scheduled class or at a future date. Registration is on a first come first serve basis and the class is limited to 6 students. If the class fills up, a waitlist will be started and we will immediately announce the next date. The following is an outline of what will be taught in class: *Why its important to be properly trained *How treatments of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, and targeted and immunotherapies affect the skin and how to treat *Conducting a full medical history intake *How to prepare your room *Things to say and not to say *Choosing proper products *Safety precautions when working on a cancer client *Scenarios, Demonstrations *Question and Answer Class is taught by employees of Looking & Feeling FAB, Inc. The practitioners involved with FAB have over 1000 hours and up to 8 years of experience working with Oncology clients and have successfully treated hundreds of conditions resulting from cancer treatment, making them industry leaders in using esthetics to treat Oncology clients. Any questions please contact Holly at [email protected] or (339) 216-7059 Holly Brown, LE, Oncology Trained, Executive Director, Founder, Looking & Feeling FAB, Inc.
Looking and Feeling FAB provides skin care and massage therapy to people who have been affected by cancer treatments. Most are unaware of the effects treatment for cancer have on the skin, until someone experiences these skin changes themselves or know someone who has experience them. Skin Care treatments in the United States are considered a luxury. For someone suffering with cancer, skin side effects can lead to low self-esteem, isolation, pain, fear, anxiety, and decrease in quality of life. In fact 85% of people undergoing radiation, develop a moderate to severe burn and one in three cancer survivors stated the skin side effects experienced were worse than they thought and the side effects negatively affected their life. Not only do we provide Oncology Skin Care but we also provide Oncology Massage Therapy. The physical benefits of a healing touch can be attributed to: A better ability to tolerate cancer treatment side effects, more restful sleep, fewer headaches and less chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (numbness). An improvement in chemotherapy-related nausea. Less chronic pain either from the cancer itself or treatment and relief from stress and anxiety.