Aesthetic Treatments in hospitals and at patients’ associations

Learn about and treat the needs of your skin during this period of your life

We all know the potential side effects of oncological treatment on one’s skin and overall physical appearance. In the majority of cases, these are temporary effects with no real clinical importance. While they may seem unimportant in relation to the illness itself, evidence suggests there is a link between improved mood and improved physical appearance; this type of treatment can help restore a sense of balance. Patients are also better able to cope and comply with their medical treatments.

Our hope is that those affected by such side effects can look better so that they can feel better. When you are at ease with your physical appearance, you feel stronger. There is no reason why you should lose this feeling during an illness.

What can we offer you?

OUR TREATMENTS

If what you need are moisturizing aesthetic treatments before and during your oncological treatment, the Foundation can offer:
• Facial moisturizing
• Body moisturizing
• Deep body moisturizing
• Scalp moisturizing
• Hand and foot moisturizing
• Pre-radiation therapy moisturizing
• Post-radiation therapy moisturizing
Treatments are conducted in the following hospitals and patients’ associations:

If you would like to book an appointment or request further information, contact your hospital or the corresponding patients’ association.
Remember, all treatments are personalized and free of charge.

CURRENT SPECIALIST CENTERS

Use this map to find the nearest aesthetics center where you will find aestheticians who have been trained in our Aesthetic Oncology course. They are experts who fully understand the care you need during this period of your life and know how to take care of you in a safe, personalized and professional manner.

At the Ricardo Fisas Natura Bissé Foundation we train an average of 60 aestheticians every year. Currently, over 370 specialists have taken our courses. Our Aesthetic Oncology programs consist of a theoretical and a practical part. In addition, we offer advice and on-going training so that attendees can keep up-to-date with the latest developments in this specialized field.

Let them take care of you!

SELFCARE GUIDELINES

In oncological treatments, skin may undergo changes (dryness, rashes, blemishes, irritation) that are often temporary.

That is why we want to offer basic guidance and share several simple methods to help minimize these potential effects. Once you know about the effects, they can easily be prevented. We also provide information on the cosmetic ingredients that will help you take the best possible care of your skin during this period. Download our self-care guidelines here.

Self-care guidelines for your skin. We apologize the texts have not been translated into English yet. We are sorry for the delay. >>Download here

If you are receiving oncological treatment for your lungs, this supplementary Practical Guide will help you care for your skin. We’re sorry, but these texts are not translated into English. >> Download here

Free make-up workshops

The Ricardo Fisas Natura Bissé Foundation is Patron of the Stanpa Foundation, an organization backed by the National Association of Perfumery and Cosmetics that brought the international “Look good, feel better” campaign to Spain.

If you would like to take part in a free make-up workshop, click on the button below for the list of hospitals where the workshops are held.