Jenny is a twice Cancer Survivor, who chose natural therapies instead of chemotherapy/radiotherapy to beat her cancer the second time. She has turned her life around as a result of her challenging circumstances.
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After almost a decade of working with cancer, as well as her own experience with having cancer twice, has enabled Jenny to give back and help others going through possibly the toughest time in their life.
Jenny has spent time in both the U.S. and Europe researching integrative therapies. In her opinion, it is vitally important that a person’s diet and supplementation incorporate both anti-cancer foods, specific supplementation and herbal medicine. This can help give patients the best chance of regaining their health.
Diet plans and Herbal Medicine advice, are devised to meet each individuals needs, along with testing and supplementation. Individual herbal skincare for those going through radiotherapy can also be provided.
Jenny believes every woman deserves to feel beautiful after undergoing a cancer diagnosis, and therefore her interest in plant based natural skincare grew. From this, Jenny McElvaney Skincare was launched.
She believes there is a need for skincare, that nourishes, hydrates and repairs your body both inside and out.
Originally developed by Jenny, who has twice been diagnosed with breast cancer. She originally underwent surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. A combination of conventional treatment, and integrative care, has taken her to where she is today.
She has kept her skincare products as natural as possible, using plants as the base in each product.
An extensive list of Jenny’s training can be found here.
What Jenny has learnt has transformed her life forever, and it can transform yours too!
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