Color Up Therapeutics Now Approved in Oncology

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Color Up is officially oncology-approved by Oncology Spa Solutions. All products were tested in three hospitals on oncology patients and by therapists (aestheticians and massage therapists) using them on patients. 


Color Up COO and co-owner Shauna Blanch says, “We started on this journey to help people find mental, physical and emotional healing, wellness, and balance through the cannabis plant. After many years of hard work, we are able to do that in the most powerful way. Not only are all of our ingredients safe, but cannabis has long been known to combat not only internal cancers but also skin cancer. Adding CBD to our already effective formulations adds another level of healing for those with cancer.


Through speaking with many patients, and a few oncologists, we have learned that oncology patients are scared to use anything that doesn’t specify that it’s oncology safe because there are so many ingredients that can upset and cause a reaction on their very sensitive skin. Now, they can confidently Color Up their care with our carefully formulated products. 


Furthermore, many patients experience internal, emotional turmoil due to not feeling presentable or pretty before, during, and after treatment. They are scared to do things that make them feel good in fear of coming into contact with something that will make them weak or ill. Now, they can go to any aesthetician or massage therapist who utilizes Color Up and safely receive a treatment.”


The Color Up Cares initiative intends to bring healing and balance into the lives of those fighting cancer by raising funds for research, meals, wigs, and other ancillary items, as well as providing free spa treatment days and oncology safe self-care products. 


  1. Started Oct. 1, Color Up began donating 5% of all in-store sales generated by the Color Up Wellness Center in Denver to a different cancer organization each quarter. This quarter, they will donate the percentage of sales from Oct., Nov., and Dec. to The Breast Cancer Research Fund.
  2. Color Up Cares Day will be hosted once per quarter where the team will provide free CBD facials to people who are currently fighting, or who are survivors of cancer. The first one will be November 23rd from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Each person will receive a facial and a take-home self-care kit of products from Color Up. The therapists are all donating their time for these days. 

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