Psoriasis All Natural Shampoo, created by Syrinx Za is Paraben-Free. Calm soreness, reduce swelling, and eradicate itchy scalp conditions using Syrinx Za natural shampoo, conditioner and pre-wash products. All our products are formulated for scalp conditions with totally natural ingredients so they nourish the scalp and leave the hair healthy, clean and shiney. Free from parabens, paraffin, steroids and other chemicals. Our unique ingredient is Zander that removes toxins and metals … [Read more...]
Syrinx Za Ultra Sensitive Therapy Cream is natural Skin treatment for Psoriasis, used in conjunction with the Syrinx Za Deep Cleansing therapy bar for Psoriasis relief.
Children 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. 20% OFF cream for … [Read more...]
We’re frequently asked, What Causes Dry skin. Dry skin is a symptom of several skin conditions, such as dermatitis and eczema. It’s really common and can be quite itchy and uncomfortable to put up with. While dry skin can be a mild condition for some, it can be a severe one for others, which has been known to get progressively worse during the cold winter months. What Causes Dry Skin? The answer to the question What Causes Dry Skin lies in the opposite to “dry”, for this read hydrated rather … [Read more...]
Psoriasis is a malady that creates nasty red patches on the surface of the skin, particularly on the elbows, knees, scalp and lower back. If neglected, psoriatic patches can become painful or itchy - and in some cases, the affected skin around joints will split and bleed. What is the Cause of Psoriasis? Psoriasis occurs when subcutaneous cells progress rapidly to the skin surface, still living and surrounded by intercellular adhesive. These cells are meant to travel more slowly, changing as … [Read more...]