Lily Bella Spa
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Lily Bella Spa
You deserve total care and support as you fight cancer. We understand that hair loss, and other changes to the skin and body, can be upsetting side effects of cancer and its treatments, such as surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
CTCA at Southwestern Regional Medical Center houses a full-service spa, called the Lily Bella Spa, to help you look and feel better throughout your cancer treatment.
The Lily Bella Spa offers a comfortable, private atmosphere where you will find caring, personalized service, including the following:
Skin care, facials
Make-up application lessons
- Wig needs
Members of the Lily Bella team include a licensed aesthetician, cosmetologists, wig specialists and a certified mastectomy fitter.
The Lily Bella Spa is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lily Bella Professional Mastectomy Services
Lily Bella Professional Mastectomy Services offers fashions and accessories to address your special needs during treatment (e.g., following mastectomy or reconstruction surgery), including:
- Post-surgical swimwear, tank tops and nightwear
- Hats and soft head coverings
- Women’s health products, including skincare products
- A large selection of breast forms, breast prosthetics and post-surgical bras
- Compression garments for treating lymphedema (available for day and night application)
- Gift items for breast cancer survivors, including pink ribbon jewelry and gifts
Other Image Enhancement Services
We have also developed classes and seminars that cover a variety of topics to address self-image issues, including the connection between looking good and feeling better and image enhancement techniques, including ways to cope with hair loss.
If you undergo cancer surgery, our surgical oncologists also work closely with our plastic and reconstructive surgeons, and you, regarding options for restorative procedures.
For helpful tips on improving your self-image as you cope with cancer, read our May 2007 newsletter, featuring the role of self-image in cancer care.