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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!).

Find out more about the best autumn and winter treatment for psoriasis


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About Syrinx Za

Syrinx ZA Chief Executive Ashley Metcalfe is responsible for marketing and business development. Ashley is as passionate about cricket as he is skin care. Drop Ashley a line if you have any skin related questions.

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