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Psoriasis

An autoimmune disease which manifests on the skin, Psoriasis occurs because the skin's immune system mistakenly sees skin cells as pathogens, and then sends out incorrect signals which increases the growth cycle of skin cells.

Psoriasis and Stress

Psoriasis TreatmentPsoriasis can begin at any age, although it seems that the most common ages to develop psoriasis is between the ages of 15 and 30. As Psoriasis is a life time condition its important to know what causes flare ups

As a psoriasis sufferer, have you ever noticed that the more stressful your life becomes, the more severe your psoriasis comes? Well, don’t put it down to coincidence – Psoriasis and Stress very much go hand in hand

What is stress

Stress can stem from almost anywhere, whether it be relationship stress, workplace stress, grief, family problems or even negative world news. Unfortunately, however, stress can also come from having to cope with a skin condition such as psoriasis. So while stress may cause psoriasis, psoriasis also causes stress, meaning a very vicious cycle starts to emerge.

How are Psoriasis and Stress linked?

No researcher can categorically confirm that there is a definitive causal link between the two, but studies suggest it is highly likely that there is one.

It may seem like a strange pairing because it is, essentially, a link between the psychological and the physical. However, it is completely plausible as the psychological stress could cause a hormone release, meaning it could well lead to a physical problem such as psoriasis. Stress can also suppress the immune system, making the skin less able to produce defensive proteins and leaving it highly vulnerable to skin conditions.

So, what aspects of coping with psoriasis can cause stress? Well, if you suffer with psoriasis yourself then this question is pretty easy to answer. The stigma of living with psoriasis can cause a sufferer to become very self-conscious and find normal social situations significantly more stressful. Psoriasis treatments can be very expensive too, not to mention the uncomfortable, often painful factor that comes with the condition.

How can I treat the problem?

The best thing you can do to ease the relationship between Psoriasis and Stress is to treat them separately.

Focusing on stress, try using relaxation techniques such as meditation or yoga can be hugely beneficial in reducing your stress levels. Also, invest the time and effort into finding psoriasis treatment that you can rely on to help ease your mind.

Focusing on your psoriasis symptoms, both the Syrinx Za Natural Emollient and Skin Revitaliser contain a variety of natural ingredients that work together to relieve the symptoms of psoriasis.

Because we know that everybody’s skin is different, we strongly recommend initially using both these products to treat your psoriasis and find which works best for you. You could start the day by applying the Ultra-Sensitive Therapy Cream, using the fingertips to work the cream into the affected areas gently but firmly, and then end the day with the Emollient, or vice versa. For best results, apply every morning and night – and during the day if patches flare up.
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Natural Treatment for Psoriasis

PsoriasisPsoriasis is a chronic skin condition that can be characterised by red, scaly-like patches covering the skin. It is thought to affect around 3% of the American population and 125 million people worldwide according to psoriasis.org,
While it may have an aesthetically unattractive nature, psoriasis is by no means simply a cosmetic problem – 60% of sufferers claim the condition causes significant problems in their day to day lives, so they constantly seek the best natural treatment for psoriasis.

Why choose Natural Treatments?

Unlike skin conditions that are the result of external causes, psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder, which basically means it is a genetic condition. This means that most drug treatments designed for psoriasis contain steroids and biologics that can actually depress the immune system, and come with long term side effects that can eventually weaken the skin, making it more vulnerable and susceptible to psoriasis than it was to start with. As well coming with long term risks, the prohibitive cost of steroid-based treatments puts them out of reach of many people.

Natural treatments means the symptoms of psoriasis can be controlled for a longer period of time. Natural treatments are very beneficial because they do not cause any side effects and reduce the risk of causing further damage to already sensitive skin.

Natural ingredients such as Argan Oil are extremely useful when treating psoriasis. Argan Oil’s combination of nutrients and vitamins and abilities in moisture retention mean that the nasty dry symptoms of psoriasis can be alleviated. The oil’s antiseptic properties can help heal the damage psoriasis has caused the skin, meaning the redness and white patches become considerably reduced when it is used on the skin consistently and frequently. Sufferers of psoriasis may have generally more sensitive skin, meaning they are more vulnerable to adverse side effects when using chemical-based treatment. Using natural products that uses natural ingredients as effective and minimal-risk as Argan Oil is undoubtedly the best option.

While this condition is not life threatening, it has a profound effect on daily life, self-esteem and confidence and so treating it in the gentlest yet most effective way possible is crucially important for a sufferer.

Our recommendation

Both the Syrinx Za Natural Emollient and Syrinx Za Skin Revitaliser contain Argan Oil among a variety of other natural ingredients that work as a blend to relieve psoriasis and in our opinion is the best Natural Treatment for Psoriasis.

 Because we know that everybody’s skin is different, we strongly recommended initially using both these products to treat your psoriasis and find which works best for you. You could start the day by applying the Ultra-Sensitive Therapy Cream, using the fingertips to work the cream into the affected areas gently but firmly, and then end the day with the Emollient, or vice versa. For best results, apply every morning and night – and during the day if patches flare up.
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Psoriasis and Alcohol

pilsener-beer-photoWe all already know that alcohol can cause a multitude of health problems and deficiencies, but did you know that it could also responsible for outbreaks of psoriasis?

First and foremostly it is important to point out that there is no medical, definitive proof that there is actually a direct connection between alcohol and psoriasis.

However, let us look at the facts

A connection between Psoriasis and Alcohol?

In 1986, a magazine called Dermatologica published an article by Monk and Neill investigating the relationship between Psoriasis and Alcohol. They studied 100 patients and found that psoriasis was found to be significantly more common in those that heavily drank. And since then there have been numerous claims from sufferers insisting that alcohol does trigger the condition.

So where could these claims be coming from?

Well, the prime reason that alcohol could possibly cause psoriasis is its dehydrating properties. Alcohol causes the body to become dehydrated; dehydrated skin is a big cause of a psoriasis flare up. A pretty simple reason with pretty problematic consequences.
This is not the only explanation for a causal effect between Psoriasis and Alcohol. Alcohol consumption is known to have a deleterious effect on the skin and so could well be held responsible for a variety of skin problems such as acne, rosacea and, you guessed it, psoriasis. Liver abnormality due to alcohol consumption could also disturb a person’s estragon levels, causing the skin to change and potentially deteriorate.
Alcohol-induced nutritional deficiencies can impair the absorption of zinc and vitamins in the intestines, causing a weakened immune system. This then leads to vulnerable skin that is susceptible to conditions such as psoriasis.

Uh oh! How can I treat it??

If you suspect that alcohol could be causing your psoriasis then, of course, your number 1 move should be to start living an alcohol free life. You may well find your skin (and body) thanking you in no time.
The best way you can treat your condition Is to keep it moisturised, moisturised, MOISTURISED! Use an all-natural moisturiser and therapy bar on a daily basis to soothe your condition and give it the hydration it needs.
Syrinx Za have a range of natural balms and lotions for psoriasis.

Read more about it here -> Psoriasis Treatment
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Psoriasis and Argan Oil

Psoriasis TreatmentThere are a variety of treatments on offer to treat psoriasis, however, a psoriasis sufferer should never purchase any treatment without  knowing first exactly what ingredients are in the particular product.

Argan Oil is a key ingredient to look out for when choosing psoriasis treatment. And why? Well…

Benefits of Argan Oil

The success of Argan Oil really comes down to its scientific properties. It has a significantly high level of fatty acids, antioxidants, phenols and carotenes, all of which are essential for healthy skin. Vitamin E is a key component in Argan Oil, perhaps the most vital vitamin for clear, healthy skin. Thanks to the high levels of fatty acids, Argan Oil is particularly effective in keeping the skin soft and moisturised, and keeping dry skin problems at bay. The natural properties of Argan Oil is the very reason this ingredient is so beneficial when applied to the skin.

Argan Oil is extracted from the kermals of the Argan fruit that grows from Argan trees. Argan trees grow almost exclusively in south-west Morocco and are surprisingly able to survive the northern advance of the Sahara Desert, making them extremely proficient at protecting themselves. In fact, local communities even refer to the Argan tree as the ‘Tree of Life’ due to its rejuvenating qualities; Moroccan women are typically considered to have the most beautifully clear, healthy complexions when compared to other regions, of which can be undoubtedly accredited to their long-kept secret ingredient protecting them from harsh environmental factors.
Impressive, eh?

Psoriasis and Argan Oil – a match made in heaven?

So, considering the Argan tree’s uniqueness and the oil’s natural properties, it’s really no surprise how well it can help a skin condition like psoriasis. Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition with symptoms including redness of the skin covered in white scale-like patches that can become very itchy, irritated and inflamed. Argan Oil’s combination of nutrients and vitamins means that these symptoms, particularly inflammatory symptoms, can be alleviated. Argan Oil retains the skin’s moisture and relieves the dry skin associated with psoriasis.

The oil’s antiseptic properties can help heal the damage psoriasis has caused the skin, meaning the redness and white patches become considerably reduced when it is used on the skin consistently and frequently.

Sufferers of psoriasis may have generally more sensitive skin, meaning they are more vulnerable to adverse side effects when using chemical-based treatment. Using natural products that uses natural ingredients as effective and minimal-risk as Argan Oil is undoubtedly the best option.

Our Recommendations

Both the Syrinx Za Natural Emollient and Syrinx Za Skin Revitaliser contain Argan Oil among a variety of other natural ingredients that work as a blend to relieve psoriasis in the most effective and risk-free way possible.

You could even combine the products to get the best results Argan Oil has to offer. You could start the day with applying the Ultra-Sensitive Therapy Cream, using the fingertips to work the cream into the affected areas gently but firmly, and then end the day with the Emollient, or vice versa.

As everyone’s skin is different, you may find one product works better for you than the other, so try them out and see which works best for you.

For best results, apply every morning and night – and during the day if patches flare up.
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Psoriasis and Smoking

psoriasisSmoking tobacco is not good for us. Not in any way shape or form. And this certainly applies when it comes to the risk of psoriasis.

Smoking not only increases your risk of developing psoriasis but can also increase the severity of any existing areas of the condition. Even passive smoking when pregnant or as a child can increase your risk of developing psoriasis in later life.

A connection between Psoriasis and Smoking?

It probably isn’t much of a surprise to you that smoking can cause a problem such as psoriasis. Cigarete smoke contains over a whopping 3000 substances that can cause free radicals within the body that can damage the skin.
Smoke can also significantly weaken the immune system, making the body considerably more vulnerable to skin conditions and bacterial infections. It also asphyxiates the skin, meaning that the toxins within the smoke causes damage to the blood vessels and circulation, which subsequently causes the skin to lose oxygen and nutrients. This means the skin is essentially broken and susceptible to conditions such as psoriasis.
Due to the decreased blood flow and reduced amount of nutrients smoking causes the body, the skin’s ability to heal and regenerate itself is compromised. The body and skin are no longer provided the nutrients that are necessary for its healing such as Vitamin A which could cause real complications during the healing of a psoriasis flare-up, drastically worsening symptoms.
Dehydrated skin is another result of smoking, which also happens to be a major trigger for psoriasis. Even further, smoking can increase an individual’s risk of throat infections which can (and probably will) bring on flare-ups, particularly for those that are prone to the condition.

What research has been conducted?

Despite these clear connections between Psoriasis and Smoking we can not definitively say that there is a causal link, purely because not enough research has been conducted on the matter.
However some studies have looked into the issue. Mills et al found that smokers were twice as likely to suffer from psoriasis compared to non-smokers and that smoking over twenty cigarettes per day makes an individual five times more likely to suffer from psoriasis. Similarly, Naldi et al found that smokers were twice as likely to be diagnosed with psoriasis if they smoked over fifteen cigarettes per day.

So how can I treat it??

It goes without saying really, but those that suffer from psoriasis or have a family history of the condition should absolutely not smoke.
Of course this is easier said than done, but there are a variety of help and support platforms available such as forums or nicotine patches, etc. Pay a visit to your local GP to gain the best, personal advice on how to quit.
Unfortunately even if you yourself do not smoke then this does not completely rid you of the risks of Psoriasis and Smoking. Being in a smoke-filled room or home can bring your skin similar problems to those that actually smoke themselves. Unfair but true. So, if you find yourself consistently surrounded by second-hand smoke you may need to take steps, whatever those steps may be, to avoid this exposure at all costs.

The best way you can treat your condition Is to keep it hydrated at all times. Use an all-natural moisturiser and Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar on a daily basis to soothe your condition and give it the gentle moisture it needs.
Syrinx Za have a range of natural balms and lotions for psoriasis. Read more here about it.
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Psoriasis and Diet

Psoriasis and DietPsoriasis is not an easy condition to live with so sufferers are usually very keen to find whatever they can to alleviate their symptoms. But what if this could be achieved by something as simple as what you eat?

There are very few studies that show a medical link between Psoriasis and Diet but there have been vast amounts of claims from sufferers that there is. So where are these claims coming from?

I recently tried your soap and was amazed at the improvement it made to my psoriasis. Redness and soreness was much reduced and my whole skin felt better overall. My nephew suffers terribly with eczema so I will be buying your products for him too.
Many, many thanks!
Christine Jones

What foods aggravate Psoriasis?

Many have insisted that eliminating certain foods from their diet has undoubtedly reduced or actually completely relieved their Psoriasis altogether.

Although there is no confirmed connection between a person’s Psoriasis and Diet, there is absolutely no harm in exploring whether it makes a difference to your condition.

List of suspected Psoriasis food triggers

  • Gluten and Yeast: A sensitivity to gluten or yeast could mean a gluten-free or yeast-free diet could potentially rapidly reduce Psoriasis symptoms in some.
  • Dairy: Dairy is commonly associated with inflammatory conditions so eliminating this food group from your diet could also reduce Psoriasis symptoms.
  • Red Meat: Red Meat is also associated with inflammatory conditions but, even more importantly, cardiovascular diseases. Psoriasis causes a sufferer to also have a higher susceptibility to heart problems so it is certainly wise to stay away from the further risks red meat brings.
  • Alcohol: A very high amount of Psoriasis sufferers claim that consuming high levels of alcohol significantly worsens their symptoms. No research has confirmed this link either but it may be due to dehydration of the skin or the alcohol’s ability to give white blood cells easier access to the skin, which in turn can inflame the skin. It is definitely worth trying a completely alcohol-free diet for a while (as hard as it may be!) to see if there is any improvement to your Psoriasis.

So what foods are GOOD for Psoriasis?

  • Fish and Omega 3: Fish contains anti-inflammatory properties that could help reduce symptoms of Psoriasis.
  • Herbs: Herbs are thought to boost the skin’s own immune system and reduce any inflammation.
  • Vitamin-rich Foods: Vitamin A rich foods could encourage healthy skin and reduce conditions such as Psoriasis thanks to their nourishing properties. Such foods include carrots, lettuce, paprika and sweet potatoes.
  • Antioxidant-rich Foods: Antioxidants nourish the body and are very effective in fighting off diseases that Psoriasis increases your risk of such as cancer and heart disease. Such foods include fruits, nuts, whole grain and vegetables.
Elimination Diets

While trying out elimination diets is useful when finding out if there is indeed a connection between your Psoriasis and Diet, it is important you do not carry out any significant eliminations for any extended periods of times as it could prevent your body receiving the nutrients it needs.

Try to remain healthy at all times by having a low in fat and high in fruit/veg diet to avoid any other health issues arising. Further reading on Psoriasis Treatments.


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I have suffered from psoriasis all my life and have tried many skin care products but have not had much luck until now, I have just started using the therapy cream for only two weeks, and my family have already noticed a significant improvement in my psoriasis. The condition is on my scalp so it is difficult for me to see but feels loads better and now I feel more confident to wear my hair up, I have already started recommending the product to my friends. I would hope to see a shampoo and conditioner range in the near future if this is possible as this would be an added benefit for myself as I have found many existing hair products flare up and irritate my psoriasis.

Thank you
Joanne Hampshire.

Psoriasis | Q & A | Psoriasis Treatment and Care

What is psoriasis?
Psoriasis is a skin condition that particularly affects the elbows, knees, scalp and lower back. It ranges from sore and itchy red patches to cracked and bleeding skin, especially around joints.


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What are the common symptoms of psoriasis?

Here are the most common types of psoriasis:

  • If your skin has raised red patches with silvery white scales, that’s called ‘plaque psoriasis’ (this is the most common form)
  • If psoriasis covers large areas of the skin with pink spots or blotches, it may be ‘guttate psoriasis’
  • If the psoriasis affects your groin, folds of skin, armpits and the backs of your legs, it’s likely to be ‘inverse psoriasis’
  • If you experience white blisters surrounded by red skin that’s extremely itchy, you might have ‘pustular psoriasis’
  • If you have widespread reddening of the skin, it’s probably ‘erythrodermic psoriasis’

What causes psoriasis?

Psoriasis is caused when skin cells mature too quickly. The process should take around 28 days, but in people with psoriasis, it can take only three or four days. That means the new cells arrive at the surface still surrounded by their intercellular glue.

Initial triggers for psoriasis appear to be related to stress, skin injury and streptococcal throat infection. The condition often flares up when the season changes.

Who gets psoriasis?

The cause is not known, but if one or both parents have psoriasis, it’s more likely that you will have it too. It’s important to note that psoriasis is not infectious; sharing this knowledge helps reassure people around you.

Can psoriasis be cured or treated?

In a survey, 71% of sufferers reported that psoriasis gave them a ‘significant’ problem’ in daily life, with 63% saying it made them feel self-consciousness and 58% experiencing embarrassment about it. Source: National Psoriasis Foundation 2008 as quoted on Wikipedia

With that in mind, it’s most unfortunate that there’s no cure. However, there is a treatment.

What is the best treatment for psoriasis?

Dry skin tends to erupt more often, so the best cure for psoriasis is to moisturise, moisturise, moisturise. We recommend the following 100% natural treatment that gives no risk of irritation.

Recommended psoriasis skin care regime:
1. Wash with our Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar every morning and night. Just let the lather absorb; don’t rinse it off.
2. Apply our Ultra Sensitive Therapy Cream after bathing or showering and at intervals throughout the day.

This treatment regime results in 24-hour hydration and noticeable results within two weeks. We urge you to give it a try and use the comments section below to let us know how you get on.

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Best autumn and winter treatment for psoriasis

Psoriasis TreatmentGuess what, winter is coming round again (in the northern hemisphere, anyway). The new school term has started, the days are getting shorter and the autumn equinox is looming.

For people with psoriasis, the onset of winter can be an extra cause for dread. Why? Because winter means colder temperatures, dryer air and less sunlight, and all these conditions can lead to a flare-up of your condition.

So you’re probably asking yourself, what’s the best autumn and winter psoriasis treatment? Don’t worry, we have the answer.

Best treatment for psoriasis in winter

All the experts will tell you that applying extra moisturiser is even more important for psoriasis-sufferers when the seasons change.

So here’s our tried-and-tested two-stage psoriasis treatment for winter (and year-round):

  1. Take a gentle shower or bath every morning, using our therapy bar in place of soap, with water that’s not too hot. No scrubbing. When you wash again at night, you should leave the rich lather on the skin to let it soak in.
  2. Moisturise with our therapy cream immediately after you towel-dry and at intervals throughout the day. You’ll be glad to find it absorbs quickly, with no greasy residue.

As you know, there isn’t a cure for psoriasis. But the unique blend of ingredients in our products give 24-hour hydration that improves the dryness, itchiness and appearance of psoriasis and other skin conditions.

Because our psoriasis treatment comprises 100% natural ingredients, there’s absolutely no risk of an adverse reaction. By the way, that’s not an empty claim; they’ve been clinically proven to reduce skin irritation and inflammation.

One essential component you won’t find anywhere else is Zander – a therapeutic mud that’s rich in minerals and vitamins and works to boost the skin’s immunity and promote healthy new cell growth. Another is Argan oil, which has been used for centuries to help heal troubled skin.

More tips for dealing with psoriasis in winter

Try meditation or yoga to help reduce the stress levels that cause psoriasis symptoms to flare up, any time of year. And, if you can, take a holiday somewhere sunny (wouldn’t it be nice if those were available on the NHS!).

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Children with Psoriasis

Children With PsoriasisChildren can be cruel. Playground questioning: “Eww, what’s the matter with your skin?” Overheard gossip: “Have you seen those red scaly patches on her elbows?” Out-and-out rudeness: “Yuk, your skin is horrible.”

It’s bad enough for children with psoriasis that their skin is unsightly, itchy and uncomfortable. But, perhaps worse, the condition can impact their self-confidence and relationships, with a knock-on effect on performance at school and in their social life.

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What causes psoriasis

Psoriasis is when new cells mature and travel to the skin surface too quickly, then fail to shed and build up as lesions. A flare-up can sometimes be the result of stress or follow a streptococcal throat infection. The condition often seems to calm down during the holidays, perhaps thanks to relaxing in the sun by the sea. Sadly, there’s no cure.

Note that psoriasis is nothing to do with poor hygiene and it’s not catching!

Psoriasis facts and figures

  • 2–3% of the UK population have psoriasis including 1.4% of 10- to 19-year-olds
  • About one-third of psoriasis-sufferers are aged under 20 when the condition starts
  • If one parent has psoriasis, there’s a 10% risk the child will inherit it. If both parents have psoriasis, the risk increases to 50%

Six tips to help children with psoriasis

Reassure their teachers and classmates that the condition is not contagious. Boost their confidence. Tell them you love them. Encourage them to live as normal life as possible e.g. swimming is OK. Buy them loose-fitting cotton clothing. Discourage scratching!

In children with psoriasis, the skin might be shiny and red. It might also become flakey. Either way, the best treatment is to sooth and hydrate the skin.

“Moisturisers and emollients are vital in the treatment of psoriasis.”
Psoriasis Association

Two-step Syrinx Za treatment for psoriasis

Our treatment helps children with psoriasis (it also helps babies and adults!):

  1. Use our Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar every morning and night (don’t rinse it off at night; just let the lather dry naturally)
  2. Apply our Ultra Sensitive Therapy Cream for psoriasis after bathing or showering, and at intervals during the day

Highlights of the Syrinx Za treatment for psoriasis

  • 100% natural cream for psoriasis
  • Keeps psoriasis under control
  • Keeps irritation at bay
  • Improves the skin’s appearance
  • Results within just two weeks

Children and young people can also support each other. Take this advice from psoriasis-sufferer

“Don’t let your skin rule your life, go out there and try and enjoy it as much as possible.”

Sophie:

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Are you Seeking an Alternative Treatment for Psoriasis?

Alternative Psoriasis TreatmentUntil science finds a cure for psoriasis we can offer an alternative treatment.
As you may know, the most famous fictional character with severe psoriasis is The Singing Detective in the 1986 BCC drama series starring Michael Gambon that was most recently repeated in February 2012.

The story was written by Dennis Potter, himself a psoriasis sufferer who had to write with a pen tied to his fist. In 2003, the drama was remade as a film starring Robert Downey Jr.

Most people with psoriasis will never suffer as severely as the plot’s main character, Dan Dark. But whether you experience constant cracked bleeding skin all over, or just occasional red patches on your elbows and knees, you’ll want to find an alternative treatment that works for psoriasis.

Typical symptoms of psoriasis

If you’ve ever had psoriasis, you’ll be aware that the main symptoms are dry rough skin with red patches, itchiness and soreness. But it’s not just the skin discomfort that’s the problem; it’s also how the appearance of your skin can affect your confidence. Many psoriasis sufferers are reluctant to face the world, especially these days, when so many of us are seemingly judged on our looks.

Why look for an alternative treatment for psoriasis

As you may know, there’s no long-term cure for psoriasis, and chemicals and additives often inflame sensitive psoriasis skin. However, you can control the symptoms of psoriasis when you choose a treatment that’s 100% natural and clinically proven to be non-irritant.

Suggested psoriasis alternative treatment régime

Everyone’s skin is different, but many of our customers tell us this process results in 24-hour skin hydration that works for them:

  • Use our Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar every morning and night (don’t rinse it off at night; just let the lather dry naturally)
  • Apply our Ultra Sensitive Therapy Cream after bathing or showering, and at intervals during the day
Results of our psoriasis alternative treatment…

Our alternative treatment for psoriasis can sooth and reduce the symptoms of psoriasis in just two weeks, so you enjoy smoother and softer skin with improved appearance.

What our clients say about our psoriasis alternative treatment…

“I have had psoriasis for over 50 years. After a few days using the soap it stopped the irritation.”

“Your Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar reduced the soreness and itching in just a few days, I started using your Ultra-Sensitive Therapy Cream as a secondary treatment, and I can say the symptoms are becoming less of a problem.”

You may not be a detective, but you’ll sing with joy now that you’ve found the alternative psoriasis treatment you’re looking for! Find out more about our Alternative Treatment for Psoriasis


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