The Solution for Dry Flaky Nails

Dry Flaky Nails – during & post treatment? I have finally found a solution. Since chemotherapy and all my other ongoing treatments my nails have just never recovered. Believe me – I have tried everything, but they continued to be dry, flaky, week & peeling – they just would never grow. There never seemed to be a quick and easy solution, until a lovely girl who was attempting to give me a manicure (my nails were far too short and flaky) told me what to do. First paint on a nail strengthener – DON’T WAIT FOR IT TO DRY, and then immediately after, put on lashings of nail replenishing oil (or olive oil – any oil really), and then immediately massage this into your nails. It may sound strange, but the nails dry immediately. So there is no waiting time and you can do the whole process from start to finish in one minute, and then be able to get on with more important things in your life!!!! I am very generous with the oil and use what ever has not been absorbed, to massage into my fingers and hands. What I like about this is that it is such a quick treatment. Keep it by your bed and do it every other night and you really should see an improvement. The added bonus is the your nails look lovely too! Please share with anybody suffering from this annoying problem! And I would love to hear from you once you have tried it to see what you think.

What is the difference between Breast Cancer & Metastatic Breast Cancer

61% OF PEOPLE KNOW VERY LITTLE ABOUT MBC (Metastatic Breast Cancer)THERE IS NO CURE FOR MBC – BUT IT CAN BE TREATEDMBC SPREADS TO THE BONE IN 70% OF CASESTHE MEDIAN SURVIVAL OF A MBC DIAGOSIS IS 3 YEARSNOBODY DIES OF BREAST CANCER THAT REMAINS IN THE BREASTAt times, living with MBC (Metastatic Breast Cancer) can make me feel misunderstood and isolated. People who have MBC will be in treatment for the rest of their lives. Although treatment for MBC cannot compare to the first 12 months of treatment that I had for my primary breast cancer, back in 2011-2012 – consisting of radical chemotherapy, many surgical procedures (including lumpectomy, mastectomy, liver ablation) and radiotherapy – treatment for MBC is a “forever” treatment and can be harsh and relentless.The on-going myriad of side effects of this treatment are sometimes hard to bear, but this is not the only burden. We have to constantly educate others about this disease explaining over and over again that this cancer is incurable. That, no, my treatment will never stop. Yes, I have to be treated every three weeks, and yes I have to have CT, Pet Scans and heart scans on a regular basis. And then when it is commented that surely that amount of scans are bad for you – well what do you say to that – “Err – yes – but the alternative is not very appealing – do you really think I have a choice here?” So, for people with MBC you cannot claim to be in remission or recurrence. You have NED (no evidence of disease) but you know that actually you have microscopic residual disease that is undetectable by any form of […]