To get the full benefit of Miaderm Radiation Relief should be started at the initiation of radiation therapy and continued for two weeks following the completion of treatment. Miaderm Radiation Relief lotion is unconditionally guaranteed. 

Developed by Radiation Oncologists using a scientific approach to help prevent radiation dermatitis and breaks in treatment as well as soothe and restore irradiated skin. Miaderm Radiation Relief lotion was formulated using the ingredients Calendula, Hyaluronate and Aloe Vera which were shown in phase III clinical studies to be effective in reducing the occurrence and severity of radiation dermatitis, delaying its onset and minimizing treatment breaks. 

About Miaderm Radiation Relief Lotion

Stay on track with Radiation Therapy. 

New Product - Miaderm-L with 4% Lidocaine HCI- Contains the active ingredients of our original formulation plus 4% Lidocaine HCI. FDA Approved for over the counter use.(see detailed description on “Our Products” page)

  • Water Based Formula
  • Non-steroidal
  • Non-Irritating
  • Nut Oil Free
  • Alcohol Free
  • Safe & Effective on all skin types
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed


Created in a FDA approved laboratory in the USA with
ingredients clinically proven to help:

  • Avoid Breaks in Radiation Treatment
  • Prevent Radiation Dermatitis (Radiation Burns)
  • Reduce Healing Time
  • Protect From & Soothe Radiation Burns
  • Help Heal Damaged Skin


Clinically Formulated with Ingredients Including:

  • Calendula
  • Hyaluronate
  • Aloe Vera
  • Marine Collagen



Calendula (1) when compared to Biafine (trolamine) was shown to decrease the incidence of grade 2 or higher radiation dermatitis as well as reduce the incidence of treatment breaks. The study was a phase III prospective clinical trial published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. A treatment break occurs when the skin is so damaged that radiation has to stop temporarily to allow for wound healing. Hyaluronate (2) when compared to a placebo cream was also shown to reduce the incidence of high grade radiation skin reactions, delay their onset, and reduce their severity. Earlier recovery was also seen in this phase three prospective trial, published in the journal Radiotherapy Oncology. There have been many studies looking at aloe vera effectiveness in treating and preventing radiation dermatitis. A phase III clinical study published in Oncology Nursing Forum showed that compared to mild soap alone, aloe vera (3) can delay the occurrence of radiation dermatitis. Other studies looking at aloe vera and radiation skin effects have not shown a proven benefit. To our knowledge Miaderm Radiation Relief is the only radiation therapy lotion formulated with greater than 4% concentrations of calendula, hyaluronate, and aloe vera.