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12 Psoriasis treatments | Natural remedies for dry & irritated skin


Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes red, flaky, crusty patches of skin covered with silvery scales.

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       According to       https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Psoriasis/

Psoriasis is caused when the main type of cell used by the immune system to fight germs called a T-cell, starts to attack healthy skin cells by mistake.

This causes the skin to produce new skin cells more quickly than usual, which results in the dry flakes of silvery-white skin scales that we identify as Psoriasis.

These patches normally appear on your elbows, knees, scalp, and lower back, but can appear anywhere on your body. 

If you have been diagnosed as having psoriasis by your GP, you also would have probably been told that there is no cure for your psoriasis but there are treatments that will help keep the symptoms at bay

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1. Diet

Dairy and red meat are inflammatory. Reducing your intake to at least leaner red meat intake and dairy intake or swapping to lower fat alternatives may prove to be beneficial.


2. Vitamin A 

A diet that is rich in Vitamin A which helps the body to produce healthy skin will be a great contribution in the battle to keep Psoriasis symptoms at bay.

These include Carrots, Avocado, grains, and leafy vegetables.

3. Vitamin D

Is it a coincidence that psoriasis flares up more in winter? 

Well Vitamin D which you can technically get from the Sun (when it shines) It's also found in certain topical treatments.

If you live in an area where there is a lack of sunshine all year round aim to get your vitamin D from fish, mushrooms, and leafy green vegetables. 


4. Environment

As Psoriasis is a dry skin condition, it is logical that an effective Psoriasis treatment would involve practical steps to avoid the air in your environment from becoming dry.

This subsequently leaves your skin dry.

You can do this by investing in a humidifier, or a diffuser (if you can add water to it, it can act as a humidifier).

Alternatively leaving a glass bowl or glass filled with hot water, on top of a flat heater (if it will be safe) is a good homemade alternative. 

Do not overlook the role of house plants. They can add humidity to dry air through a process of transpiration.

Plants absorb water through their roots, then circulate the moisture through stems and leaves with a vascular system that's comparable to human veins and capillaries.

The water reaches the leaves, evaporates into the air, and increases indoor humidity they also can remove air pollutants.

5. Topical treatments

From speaking to my lovely customers, generally, the GP would prescribe a form of topical treatment that contains steroids as the first type of treatment when diagnosed with psoriasis.

6. Natural moisturizers or Natural oils

A rich natural moisturizing oil that acts as an emollient which softens, soothes the skin and helps to lock in the moisture.  Is a useful tool to allay psoriasis symptoms.

They are also great for the skin when you are not experiencing flare-ups.

Olive oil, Almond oil, Cocoa butter (natural one) Shea butter, and Shea oil are amazing natural oils and are more moisturizing and occlusive than natural oils. You can try amazing natural oils that are more moisturizing and occlusive than natural oils. You can try Shea butter and Shea oil here


7. Avoid fragrances

Most soaps and perfumes have dyes and other chemicals in them that may irritate your skin.

Do you want to smell nice, or inflame your psoriasis?

Check the ingredients in the products you buy and opt for all-natural or non-fragranced products

Monshea black soap  and Monshea range is completely natural

They are made with natural oils, do not contains chemicals. or fragrances and have anti-inflammatory properties.


8. Bath Salts

Our daily bath has been replaced by a daily shower. However, a nice relaxing bath with the addition of good quality bath salts has the following benefits according to wisegeek.com

Bath salts open the skin pores,  to purify the skin, cleansing away dirt, sweat, and toxins. They aid in the healing of dry skin, making skin softer and more supple.

Salts can help improve common irritations such as insect bites, minor rashes, and calluses on feet, as well as more serious skin conditions like athlete's foot, eczema, and psoriasis.

Moisturize immediately after your bath with a good quality natural oil like Monshea shea oil to double the benefits.


9. Reduce stress

Stress affects every part of our body. It suppresses your immunity which makes you more vulnerable to illnesses and diseases.

Understandably, psoriasis can be a source of stress. Rather than worry about your symptoms, focus on following an action plan that you can put together trying different strategies to help control your psoriasis symptoms

Keep a photographic record so you can map your progress and feel positive when you are obtained good results.

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10. Bentonite Clay

Bentonite is volcanic ash from Benton USA. This unassuming hypoallergenic clay powder not only contains numerous minerals. But it produces a negative electric charge when mixed with distilled water, meaning it draws, absorbs, removes toxins, impurities, chemicals, and heavy metals (which is a positive charge).

It is very simple to use as a psoriasis treatment. Simply pour some powder into your bath and ensure all the affected area is immersed in the water. Or you can make a smooth paste using non-metallic materials to use as a face mask and apply directly to the affected area, leave for 15 mins and rinse. off with tepid water.

11. Avoid alcohol

Alcohol is a trigger for many people who have psoriasis. You may have to consider reducing alcohol intake or eradicating it together.

12. Stop smoking

 Smoking may increase your risk of psoriasis.

If you already have psoriasis, it can also make your symptoms more severe

 Smoking may increase your risk of psoriasis.

If you already have psoriasis, it can also make your symptoms more severe.


Disclaimer: The information above is designed to offer general advice on how lifestyle changes may have a positive impact on psoriasis sufferers. Please contact your physician to receive personal medical advice to help your situation.

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