​​Miaderm Radiation Relief Lotion


Miaderm is safe and effective anywhere on the surface of the skin. To get the maximum benefit of Miaderm during radiotherapy for breast, head & neck or for treatment anywhere on the body except mucous membranes or the genital region. It is beneficial to start a week prior to treatment or at least the initiation of radiation therapy and continue using three times daily through two weeks after radiation treatments have completed. Our product also works at reversing the effects of treatment for those patients who have only just learned of our product. Generally a 4oz. tube of Miaderm Radiation Relief lotion will last approximate 2 to 3 weeks depending on the treatment area. We recommend 3 tubes for a course of 6 to 7 week treatment period for a standard breast therapy treatment for a patient up to a "C" cup (patient could require more depending on breast size).


"Additionally a patient will benefit from using "Miaderm or Miaderm-L"

even if they are well into treatment or done with their treatment."


Will Miaderm interfere with the efficacy of radiation?


No. Miaderm Radiation Relief is completely safe to use for radiation therapy, though not at the time of treatment, it is clinically shown to help promote normal skin recovery.

More specifically use after treatment, use at bedtime and the third time not to interfere with anything laying on the skin at the time of treatment, not to be used one hour prior to treatment. Begin using a week before treatment begins 3 times daily throughout treatment, plus continue use for the two weeks post treatment.


Can Miaderm be used on all types of skin?


Yes. Miaderm Radiation Relief can be used on all skin types anywhere on the skin surface where the skin is being treated with radiation. Not recommended for mucous membranes.


What is the Miaderm & Miaderm-L Guarantee?


Miaderm & Miaderm-L are 100 % unconditionally guaranteed. No questions asked, return your tube opened or unopened within 45 days for a full refund.


Miaderm-L Radiation Relief with 4% Lidocaine HCL

CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN 

For Adults and Children 13 years and Older 
WARNINGS:
DO NOT USE
IF TAKING CLASS I ANTIARRHYTHMIC DRUGS (SUCH AS TOCAINIDE AND MEXILETINE).
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES. IF CONTACT OCCURS, RINSE THOROUGHLY WITH COOL WATER. IN CASE OF INGESTION CALL POISON CONTROL OR CONTACT YOUR PHYSICIANDO NOT USE ON OPEN WOUNDS CUTS, INFECTED SKIN, MOUTH, GENITALS, OR MUCOUS MEMBRANES.DO NOT USE IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO ANY OTHER TYPE OF NUMBING MEDICATION
For Adults and Children 13 years and Older - Wash and dry the affected area. Unless directed by a physician do not apply more than three to four times a day. 
DO NOT USE​ one hour prior to radiation treatment. Wash hands immediately afterwards to avoid contact with eyes. 


Is Miaderm-L it the same formula with Hyaluronate, Calendula and Aloe plus lidocaine?


Yes it is the same formulation of Miaderm Radiation Relief Lotion with the added 4% Lidocaine HCL,  Miaderm-L is FDA approved with the analgesic lidocaine for the pain associated with radiation treatments, it is an over the counter item. 

Miaderm-L is also recommended for patients seeking relief from the shingles virus.


Is it only for external use?


Yes, avoid contact with your eyes (If contact does occur rinse thoroughly with cool water), It is for external use only, do not use on open wounds, cuts, infected skin, mouth, genitals or mucous membranes.


How much do I apply?


Wash and dry the affected area and apply a dime to a quarter size amount depending on the size of the treatment area, do not apply one hour prior to treatment. Miaderm-L Radiation Relief with 4% Lidocaine HCL is ideal for radiation patients who may have started their treatments before beginning to apply Miaderm radiation relief lotion and it is ideal for use toward the end of treatment. Primarily, Miaderm-L is designed for those patients whose skin breakdown is sufficient to cause discomfort requiring relief. Additionally Miaderm-L can be used on patients who have folds within the treatment area and also on moist desquamation; if it is in small patches, though should not be used on confluent moist desquamation.


Who can use Miaderm-L with 4% Lidocaine and how do I use it?


For Adults and Children 13 years and older. Wash and dry affected area. Unless directed by your physician do not apply more than three to four times a day.


Is it normal for it to sting?

If you are already experiencing the burn you will experience an uncomfortable sting during the initial application it will last for 45 seconds and up to 2 minutes, though that should be the worst of it.


Additional use: 

Miaderm-L Radiation Relief with 4% Lidocaine HCL
Recommended for the treatment of the Shingles virus (Postherpetic neuralgia)


Shingles can cause long-lasting pain, 1 in 3 people over the age of 60 will develop shingles in their lifetime. Shingles symptoms start with a blistering painful rash. This rash usually forms on the chest or back. The rash will go away in time.  About 20% of people who get shingles will experience long-lasting pain afterwards. To put it simply "Miaderm-L" is to be used when the shingles are gone and the pain remains, though there's nothing "simple" about the pain associated with the shingles virus. It’s a complication, and it's pain that lingers long after the lesions have healed. Symptoms can be mild to severe, with sensations ranging from sharp and jabbing to deep and penetrating. Those affected can experience pain that comes and goes for months … even years. Miaderm-L is specially designed to ease a patients discomfort.



Radiation patients commonly asked questions.