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Cosmetic Skincare Specialists Help Cancer Patients With Unique Package of Solutions

Boca Raton, FL –Master medical esthetician Janet Robbins, owner of Reflections Laser & Wellness Center, and cosmetic makeup specialist Kelly Schreck have teamed up to help cancer patients feel better by looking better. Together they are offering a select package of services specifically designed for those who have suffered from the skin and body effects of cancer and its treatments.

Oncology facials, permanent makeup and areola cosmetic tattooing are among the amenities the two experts are providing.

“We recognized a need that few are meeting inthe Palm Beach County community, “ said Robbins. “Because we already have a passion for making a difference with clients, it made sense for us to get the necessary education and provide specialized services for those in distress.”

People who have been through chemo or radiation therapy experience several side effects that can be treated in a relaxing setting at Reflections. Oncology facials are tailored to address skin sensitivity. Permanent makeup is used to replace eyebrows and eye lashes. And areola tattooing recreates the natural look of the breasts after reconstruction.

Other conditions may also create the need for these specialized services. Alopecia, thyroid disease, a car accident or even a facelift can cause issues with hair loss and skin problems.

“Chemotherapy and radiation are lifesaving treatments, but when someone sees what they do to the skin and hair, it can be traumatic,” said Schreck. “What we’re doing helps the soul because these treatments bring dignity to people who are fighting so hard.”

Since 1995, Reflections Laser & Wellness Center has been committed to optimizing skin health and beauty while making clients feel relaxed, rejuvenated and refreshed. Owner Janet Robbins also provides training to other professionals who want to enhance their skills. With locations in Boca Raton and Juno Beach, the Center supports Susan G. Komen South Florida and the Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope. For more information, visit