Guttate Psoriasis Treatment: Our Natural Commitment Pso Natura natural psoriasis treatment helps relieve itching and eliminate the patches, gouts or plaques of psoriasis.In an average one month, the treatment contributes to remove all traces of psoriasis, flakes and redness. 94% effectiveness proven by clinical studies. See the clinical studies
The Regenerating Complex originates from an ancestral remedy dedicated to Kings and Pharaohs of Africa. Formulated with oil of Carapa procera, it helps soothe the itching associated with psoriasis, to blur the traces and squama within 1 month on average. product detail
The Regenerating Complex is a medical device, that is to say, a product for the prevention and treatment of a disease, i.e. psoriasis. It acts mechanically and not chemically on the body.
Within a month of use, the traces due to psoriasis disappear. The Complex scored 94% efficiency in our last clinical test, a formidably high and comparable score to that of cortisone with the difference that we are talking about a natural treatment against psoriasis.
In times of cure, we strongly recommend a twice-daily use. The speed of treatment since it takes only one to two minutes is a real asset that allows to use the skincare over time, without tiring.
We also recommend to use the treatment directly under the shower to save time and thus integrate the care to your daily routine without having to dedicate an extra time for it.
The Complex is the first product developed by Sylvie Meliet, founder of the Mascarene Laboratories. The first product in the range Pso Natura and the first product that launched the adventure of the Laboratories.
Chance or fate, thanks to a trip to Africa, Sylvie Meliet discovered the amazing properties of the oil of Carapa procera. She was assured that she
could cure her psoriasis from which she was suffering since she was a teen. Skeptical after many years of product testing of all kinds without results, she nevertheless decided to have a try.
Within a month, to her surprise, all psoriasis traces disappeared, and also symbolized a new turn in her life. She decided to offer this African ancestral remedy to help as many people with psoriasis.
She visited the village of Guinea perpetuating the ancestral manufacturing of the skincare, founded an association with the women of the village. Today this association has been recognized as an NGO (non governmental organization). It operates on the principles of fair trade and works for planting Carapa procera around the village.