To fight against your psoriasis effectively,
try to monitor your movements and behaviour.
Psoriasis, in the main, starts to appear on the joints.
This is simply because it is aggravated by scraping and scratching against materials:
Avoid putting your elbows on the table
Think about your hand movements
A ring could cause irritation, adjust if necessary.
Knees and behind calves, avoid overly crossing legs.
Underwear: Some fabrics can irritate the skin
Bras and the elastic on the back can rub, change if needed
Knickers and pants: look for negative reactions. Lace can also be an irritant.
Always moisturise your skin to reduce your psoriasis patches !
Even if your psoriasis is body wide, do not be discouraged. While the Complex Pso Natura is easy to use, choose your initial targets in visible places (face, arms, and legs for example). When the psoriasis squama and redness have gone from these places, move to bigger, less visible targets !
• Something important to remember, try to avoid scratching your patches when they itch.
Soothe your skin with a rich moisturiser.
• Be on the alert: if you feel any upcoming psoriasis flare-ups, treat the area before the formation of its flakes.
Very hot water can aggravate sensitive skin prone to psoriasis which will lead to flare-ups.
• When washing up, use gloves if hands are sensitive.
• Under the shower, ensure the water is not too hot.
• The disadvantages are numerous (addictive, dangerous for skin, limited effectiveness on stubborn, long term flare-ups).
Use intermittently, over 2-3 days, as a complement to Pso Natura. This can increase the rate of psoriasis disappearance.
Please consult your dermatologist prior to using.
• Some corticoid treatments come as a cream or pommade. Our customers tell us that the pommade is more effective.
• Our advice: Apply in the evening, place a bandage over the psoriasis patches for 24 hours,
we find the improvement is ten-fold!
A reasonable exposure to sunlight can alleviate the psoriasis patches.
For certain types of psoriasis, dermatologists recommend special UV treatment.
Before doing this, we recommend a damp sand scrub over the areas affected by psoriasis or eczema. Scrub with care before going into the sea.
All this is accompanied by exposure to natural sunlight.
Reappearance of psoriasis happens less quickly, however you must repeat the process. This alternative therefore quickly becomes very expensive.
You can bring the mudpackets back home.
From personal experience, you have to leave them drying for 20 minutes without being able to move or touch anything as the mud is black and stains everything.
Our founder Sylvie Méliet explains: "The process was so lengthy that after 3 days my morale was at rock-bottom and I gave up".
It is the mud from the Dead Sea which really helps. The packets of salt impregnated with mud are way less effective.
The high proportion of salt (30%) and potassium has made this place famous for its healing properties, especially for skin problems like psoriasis.
The results of the Dead Sea mud bath are effective and fades patches of psoriasis.
Psoriasis develops and worsens in times of stress or anxiety.
Taking up an activity like yoga, Zen techniques or other balancing practices could help in your battle against psoriasis.