This gift box has been thoughtfully put together to aid someone going though chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment. Each product has been selected to provide comfort and relief of the side effects such as nausea, dry mouth and sensitive skin.
Pukka tea // Lemon, ginger & manuka honey - 20 organic herbal tea sachets
A warming swirl of lemon, ginger and manuka honey to aid digestion and reduce symptoms of nausea. Organic herbal teas blended for full flavour and rich in a therapeutic benefit. Available in a range of blends.
Moo Goo // Anti-bacterial hand gel 60ml
A natural anti-bacterial cleanser that protects the skin. A moisturising base of Aloe Vera and Natural Vitamin E with a blend of 5 different essential oils.
Moo goo // Skin udder cream
This is original udder cream that started it all. The skin milk udder cream is the lightest of our creams. It easily soaks in with skin repair ingredients and is non-greasy. Milk protein is added to help keep the skin supple and elastic.
MooGoo’s skin milk udder cream is used in a number of hospitals in Australia as a moisturiser cream for dry and damaged skin following radiation treatment and chemotherapy.
Ice towel // Watermate
Chemotherapy can cause frequent fluctuations in body temperature and heat can trigger or worsen hot flashes and increase sweating. A cool towel an help relieve the unwanted symptoms of excess heat.
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