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Availability date: 2016-07-01
For skin affected by psoriasis or very dry scaly skin,
our Rich Restructuring Cream has been formulated to work in tandem with the Regenerating Complex responding to dry skin or skin plagued by eczema or psoriasis.
This cream is luxurious to the touch and refreshing on application. With its natural restructuring agents, it helps to:
generously hydrate and nourish the epidermis
soothe skin affected by psoriasis
complete and reinforce the work of the Complex Pso Natura®
The Rich Restructuring Cream is based on wild Carapa procera (like the Regenerating Complex) and natural ingredients, especially chosen to reinforce and boost the skin's regeneration against psoriasis and eczema.
Skin suffering from psoriasis or eczema needs a high quality moisturiser. Carapa procera brings this fatty element to the cream and leaves your skin feeling satin and non-sticky, in complete comfort.
Using Marula Oil, apricot stone oil and Karité butter reinforces the smoothness and improves the stability of our cream. Aloe Vera and Alpha Bisabolol support the work of the Carapa procera in reconstructuring and soothing your skin.
The Rich Restructuring Cream Pso Natura penetrates rapidly into your psoriasis or eczema, leaving your skin healthier, more unified and smoother.
Day after day, your skin rediscovers its balance.
Give a treat to your psoriasis with our cream.
For optimum results, use this specially formulated cream after having used Complex Pso Natura®.
Once the traces of your psoriasis or eczema have gone, use daily to prolong the effects. Moisturising naturally and daily is key in keeping psoriasis or eczema at bay as best you can.
NB: Our cream alone does not go the whole way to removing the traces of psoriasis or eczema on your skin. Moisturising is essential for psoriasis and eczema. Unfortunately, it can only do so much. It is, therefore a complementary treatment. Using the Complex Pso Natura® with the Rich Restructuring Cream gives way to an effective and natural treatment for your psoriasis or eczema.
After the efficacy study on the hydrating properties of our cream, scientists describe the results of the study as "exceptional".
Tested on: 10 women
Average age: 54 years old
Skin type: dry to very dry
Rate of hydration of the skin
After 1 hour 91%
After 2 hours 69%
After 4 hours 43%
Moisturise, to soothe psoriasis
A psoriatic skin is a suffering skin. A critical care for your skin and to relieve psoriasis is: a moisturising cream.
The psoriatic skin is delicate, thin and dry or very dry. It is often followed by itchiness. Psoriasis is itself a source of skin dehydration: affected areas of the skin renews much quicker, which promotes skin dryness. A study of 70 Korean patients shows that the dryness of psoriatic lesions depends with the overall severity of the disease (*Clinical & Experimental Dermatology, Volume 27 Issue 2 Page 147 - March 2002).
The abnormalities of psoriatic skins
Skin disorders linked to psoriasis have much in common with those observed for hydration disorders:
- Outermost layer of the skin thickens
- Granular layer (skin beneath the outermost layer) of the skin thins
- The transformation of profilaggrin to filaggrin get disrupted
- Malpighian layer (skin beneath the granular layer) of the mucus body thickens
- Inflammation infiltrate within the dermis (skin layer with connective tissues which supports the skin)
Similarly, specific psoriasis treatments (keratolytic treatment, for example) dry out the skin as well.
- regulate skin peeling and the keratinization process
- maintain the integrity of the skin barrier and prevent further formation of lesions
- control dermal inflammatory reactions
- fight against skin dryness caused by specific treatments (Vit A, calcipotriol, PUVA,…)
A moisturising regimen is therefore essential for people with psoriasis. The moisturisation should be as rich as possible and be maintained (treatment to be repeated at least once in the day, after the morning application).
Hydration for psoriasis sufferers is first of all a crucial therapeutic gesture before being a cosmetic action.
Moisturising oneself adequately everyday can reduce superficial surface skin renewal. To make things work, one should think of re-hydrating the skin at least twice a day using a suitable dermo. The barrier against external aggressions will be renewed and the skin will regain some of its elasticity and flexibility.
Protect yourself from cold weathers
Exposure to cold causes weakened, chapped and thinned skin. Avoid woolen clothes as well; they can be irritating to the skin because they are sources of friction.
Dry your skin well to avoid psoriasis flare ups
A badly dried skin, with remains of small drops of water, will tend to dry out. This is why even baths should be avoided; the skin is too long exposed to the air while it is still wet.
Gently pat water off of your skin instead of rubbing your skin dry. Be careful not to leave behind wet skin areas. After washing your face or after a shampoo, be sure to dry yourself properly behind the ears... Many of us, suffering from psoriasis will recognise one of their symptoms: psoriasis behind the ears. Here is an additional way of explaining this phenomenon and most importantly finding a remedy.
Live at the right temperature at home
Be careful about the heat and humidity prevailing in your home or office. Are your mucus membranes dry in the morning? This is in fact a sign of the need to moisten the air at home. To do this, you can choose from the cheapest to the most expensive: either place a container of water in your radiator or buy a humidifier.
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