Chemotherapy is possibly the most feared cancer treatment. If your friend or family member is about to start their chemo treatment or they’re part-way through and starting to flag, our Soothing Chemotherapy Gift Box is a practical and thoughtful way of showing your support. Each item has been handpicked to help ease the physical and emotional side effects of chemotherapy treatment.
Our Soothing Chemotherapy Gift Box contains the following treats:
- Scented Wheat Pack
A common side effect of chemo is achy muscles and joints and these beautiful, handmade wheat packs from the Scented Bag Company will help soothe away aches and pains in all parts of the body. Simply heat in a microwave for immediate use for relief to the neck, shoulders, back, elbows, ankles, feet, hands and stomach cramps. Use as a cold compress from the refrigerator or freezer for relief from swellings and bruises and to ease headaches and migraines. The wheat pack is approximately 12cm in height x 40cm in width and is scented with the soothing fragrance of Red Berries.
- Cuticle Care Balm
Another common side effect of chemotherapy treatment can be sore, dry and brittle nails. This fantastic Cuticle Care Balm from the Little Shop of Lathers is a handmade aromatherapy treatment for softening and treating dry, cracked and sore cuticles and nails. Full of essential oils to soften and soothe skin, rejuvenate and calm, this little pot packs a punch! The 10g pot contains the following ingredients: Lavender Essential Oil, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Oil, Beeswax, Vitamin E Oil, Shea Butter, Sweet Orange Essential Oil, Frankincense Oil, Myrhh Essential Oil.
- Positivity Postcard
We include one of our Positivity Postcards in each of our Boost Boxes with space on the back for your handwritten message – which we can write for you if we’re sending the box directly to your loved one. Positivity Postcards are assigned at random with messages including ‘you are stronger than you think you are’, ‘the pig of persistence – keep going’, ‘the deep breaths pufferfish – you will get through this’ and ‘the chin up chicken’.