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The way external radiation therapy affects your skin is similar to what happens when you spend time in the sun. It may look red, sunburned, or tanned. It may also get swollen or blistered. Your skin may also become dry, flaky, or itchy. Or it may start to peel.
Be gentle with your skin:
* Don't wear tight clothing over the area that's being treated.
* Don't scrub or rub your skin. To clean it, use a mild soap and let lukewarm water run over it.
* Avoid putting anything hot or cold on the area unless the doctor tells you to.
* Ask your doctor before you use any type of ointment, oil, lotion, or powder on your skin.
* Ask about using corn starch to help relieve itching.
* Stay out of the sun as much as possible. Cover the area getting radiation with clothing or hats to protect it. Ask the doctor about using sunscreen if you must be outdoors.
* If you’re having radiation therapy for breast cancer, try not to wear a bra. If that isn't possible, wear a soft, cotton one without underwire.
* Don't use any tape, gauze, or bandages on your skin unless the doctor tells you to.
Your skin should start to feel better a few weeks after therapy ends. But when it heals, it may be a darker color. And you’ll still need to protect yourself from the sun even after radiation therapy has ended.
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