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  • Our Scalp Psoriasis Treatment: - Immediately soothes psoriasis itching durably. - Helps eliminate psoriasis flakes and psoriasis traces on the scalp. - The hair becomes soft, shiny and supple. The Dermatological Shampoo Pso Natura is unique in treating scalp psoriasis, itchy scalp and dry scalp.Ultra-concentrated.

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Scalp Psoriasis, dandruff

This ultra-concentrated shampoo acts on both symptoms of scalp psoriasis: It immediately relieves itchiness and helps remove dandruff and white crusts. Product detail

The shampoo is formulated without water, and therefore enabling the active ingredients to act more efficiently to relieve scalp psoriasis.

It is scented with eucalyptus essential oil for a more enjoyable experience.

Psoriasis and itchy scalp

The scalp psoriasis has two major consequences; it generates on one hand dandruff - small white flakes that crumble and may discourage the sufferer from wearing dark clothes. On the other hand, it is usually accompanied by severe itchiness, especially during outbreaks of psoriasis. Many people talk about scratching in the night until they bleed.

Scratching the psoriasis plaques or redness can certainly cause relief at first, but it makes the situation worse.

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease; skin rubbing is interpreted as an aggression. The skin "protects itself" by overproducing cells. Instead of a 28-day conventional cellular renewal, the skin regenerates more quickly, every 4-5 days on average. Then dandruff appears, as a result of this overproduction, building ultimately a "stack" of cells.

Scratching psoriasis is therefore considered as an attack on the skin. It stimulates cell overproduction.

It is a circle; the equation is not simple to solve:

How to scratch your scalp without irritating it?
- Soothe the skin by passing it under cold water;
- You can also use a cotton glove not to damage the skin;
- Blowing cold air over the scalp can also soothe the itchiness;
- Cut and file your nails, rub gently with, for example, the palm of your hand or your fingertips.