Clayton Shagal mentioned in Elle magazine...

In an article of Elle magazine :
“Radiation therapy is horrible for your skin. After a few sessions, you can be burned all over. To prepare for it, I applied collagen every day to the area that was going to be radiated. I chose a neutral gel by Clayton Shagal (www.claytonshagal.com) that is both fragrance-free and paraben-free. This Québécois brand offers the purest form of collagen. Until now, it has been used exclusively in hospitals to accelerate healing of large burned areas and recuperation after reconstructive surgery. My skin stayed elastic and didn’t burn. To fight dehydration and a dull, bland complexion (as a result of repetitive chemo sessions), I applied an Elastine serum in the morning and Collagen at night, in addition to Illumine, a hydrating and restructuring cream from the same laboratory.”
Excerpt from a french article “Breast Cancer: what helps to feel better” written by Fanny Bretagnon published in the magazine Elle Belgium, Octobre 2014

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