Cancer Fighting Diva Chemo Care Package

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Cancer Fighting Diva Chemo Care Package

This deluxe chemotherapy gift bag is jam-packed full of essential items that will assist with easing the side effects of chemotherapy treatment. Every product contained within this generous gift tote serves a specific purpose to nourish the skin, boost the immune system, and help to ease the nausea of chemotherapy.


Eucerin Body Lotion: Eucerin calming crème is a premier skincare manufacturer that formulates clinically-proven skin products specifically designed to soothe and relieve the effects resulting from cancer treatment.  It is unscented as chemotherapy patients are often sensitive to smell.

Biotene: Biotene oral rinse greatly assists in combating the very common side effect of dry mouth. It also gently cleans and soothes minor mouth irritations commonly experienced by chemotherapy patients. 

Queasy Pops: Made from all-natural herbs and essential oils and developed by health care professionals, these drug-free lollipops are a tasty way of helping provide relief from nausea associated with chemotherapy treatments. Queasy Pops also serve to alleviate dry mouth, another common problem associated with chemotherapy.

Peppermint Candy: This simple familiar peppermint candy serves many purposes. It helps calm nausea, eases headaches, and soothes dry mouth associated with treatment.

Tote: This personalized gift bag features a combination of inspiring words. Good for traveling to and from appointments or for everyday use. 15x17 with 11 ½ handles.

Sandwich Crackers: It’s very important not to take medication on an empty stomach. This can be difficult for chemotherapy patients as they are often nauseous. These individually wrapped snack packs are the perfect on-the-go solution, as these crackers help offset nausea while providing protein that can help boost energy.

Lemon Ginger Herbal Tea: This caffeine free herbal tea is known for its therapeutic properties. Lemon is a fruit that contains flavonoids, which are composites that contain antioxidant and cancer fighting agents. It helps prevent diabetes, constipation, high blood pressure, fever, indigestion, as well as improving skin, hair, and teeth. Ginger has a long history of use for relieving digestive problems such as nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness, and pain.

Fleece Blanket: Get cozy during chemo treatments. This 50x60 100% polyester, quality fleece warm and fuzzy blanket offers comfort and warmth. Because chemo treatments can last for hours and most treatment rooms are generally kept at cool temperatures this extra soft blanket will keep the patient comfortable.

Oralabs Chap Ice Premium Lip Balm: Infused with nourishing components that sooth, moisture, and protect dry chapped lips.

Journal: Because chemo can weaken even the strongest warrior, reading the transcribed message on the outside of this journal will lift their sprits.   Personalized with the message “You Are Amazing” each journal includes a matching plastic pen. They can record and track vital information, or jot down a quick note.

2016-2017 Calendar: The calendar serves as a planner to keep days, times, and upcoming events and appointments intact.

Bracelet: This bracelet encourages the patient with inspiring words such as faith, courage, and strength.

Water Bottle: It is imperative that the chemo patient stay hydrated. This water bottle does just that, while offering the encouragement of HOPE. Holds 20 oz.

Sanitizer: Due to a compromised immune system from chemo therapy this convenient travel size hand sanitizer is an excellent source of defense. Effectively kills 99.99% of germs without soap or water.

Antibacterial Wipes: Help keep germs and dirt under control with these germ-killing antibacterial wet wipes.

Kleenex: A runny nose can be a side effect of chemo therapy treatments. These small pocket packs of tissues are soft on the skin and its convenient size make traveling easy.

Lays Plain Potato Chips: Hyponatremia is an electrolyte imbalance and is indicated by a low level of sodium in the blood. A specific cause of hyponatremia is chemotherapy drugs. These lays chips are certain to put a smile on their face. (These were my daddy’s go to snack during treatment).

Card: It is important that the chemo patient know that they are not facing cancer alone. This pocket size card can be carried with them wherever they go to serve as a reminder of what cancer cannot do.