"There is no profit in curing the body, if in the process, we destroy the soul."

— Samuel H. Golter, M.D., Executive Director, City of Hope (1926-1953)

Visage-Nico and   Oncology Aesthetics

  • Oncology aesthetics is essentially a form of cosmetic and healing services aimed at serving people with, recovering from, or having had cancer.

    When dealing with these difficult moments in life, a person living with cancer must face many changes including the possibility of losing the vitality and health of their skin.

    That’s why our Visage-Nico skin care studio environment is designed to be comfortable, serene and private. This is where our highly skilled staff offer customised treatment programs, professional guidance, skin care, make-up for camoflaging blemishes and blend custom tailored skin-care formulations able to address other specific concerns.

    Due to the effects of chemotherapy, medications, environment and many more factors, individuals who undergone any oncology treatments and use medications can experience effects such as skin photosensitivity, dryness, rashes and loss of eyelashes, eyebrows, and hair. There are many difficult-to-control issues with oncology aesthetics, but we at Visage-Nico, are dedicated to mitigating the visible affects of the disease and its treatments upon our clients esteem and appearance.

    As a certified Trainer/Educator with the American Cancer Society, Nicolle Branning, Director-owner–aesthetician, teaches the “Look Good Feel Better” program for women at Scripps Green Hospital and Scripps memorial Hospital in La Jolla. In addition, she serves as a volunteer board member/photographer for the City of Hope’s Women’s Council that is dedicated to conducting innovative research for cancer cures/HIV/Diabetes and other successful healing therapies for the body.

    Now that you know a little more about Visage-Nico, you're invited to contact us for more information pertaining to your personal situation.

Charitable Organizations Voices

I am delighted that you continue to support this important work with
your time and generousity. Thank
you again for your commitment to
City of Hope and the people we serve


— Micheal A. Friedman, M.D.
President and Chief Executive Officer, Director, Comprehensive Cancer Center

    Thank you so much
       for everything that you do.

— Jen Briggs, Community Mission, Director, American Cancer Society, California Division