Maryland's Progressions Salon, Spa, and Store Debuts Skin Treatments for People with Cancer

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D.C. Area Salon is Among the First to Offer Oncology-Sensitive Services

Progressions Salon, Spa and Store announces specialized skin care services for people living with, or recovering from, cancer. On the forefront of wellness, Progressions is one of the first spas in the Washington, D.C. metro region to offer treatments of this kind. Progressions’ esthetician Nancy Daniel, who is certified in Oncology Esthetics®, provides safe, soothing treatments for men and women with cancer.

Daniel, a graduate of the French Institute of Washington, D.C., underwent intensive training to understand how cancer and therapy treatments impact the body at the dermal and lymphatic levels. The program, facilitated by Touch for Cancer, recognizes the side effects of cancer therapies and various medications, and the importance of proper sanitation to support weakened immune systems. Daniel is trained in gentle, yet effective protocols using compatible skin care ingredients.

A passionate skincare professional, Daniel’s approach addresses all types of cancer, skin reactions, lymph node removal, and incision sites.

“People are unsure about what they can and can’t use on their skin, during and after treatment,” Daniel noted. “The techniques we use, and the clean product line we carry, rejuvenate the skin and the spirit.”

Knowledgeable about the skin sensitivities associated with cancer, Daniel uses Techniche ™products on guests receiving the services. Designed for people undergoing treatment for various types of cancer, Techniche™ products are also available in Progressions’ retail store.

Cindy Feldman, Progressions’ owner and founder, is eager to support men and women fighting cancer on the front lines. “Over 30,000 people in Maryland faced cancer diagnoses this year alone. Oncology-sensitive services fill an important community need and bring comfort to our loved ones,” she said. Committed to making oncology-sensitive services accessible to all, Feldman will extend special pricing on the facials, which start at $70, to caregivers.

To learn more about Oncology Esthetics®, or to book an appointment with Nancy Daniel, contact 301-231-8757, or visit: http://www.progressions.com.

About Progressions
In 1984, founder Cindy Feldman and her team aspired to create a progressive space where personal growth of guest and service provider went hand in hand. Today, Progressions has evolved into a 9,000-square-foot retreat where excellence in service and in education is everything to the team. One of the leading salons in the Washington area for nearly three decades, Progressions has built its reputation on an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction. To learn more, visit: http://www.progressions.com.

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