Useful indications to manage psoriasis - Natural treatments


Useful indications to manage psoriasis - Natural treatments. Lots of indications to control psoriasis without forgetting that psoriasis triggering factors are unknown, we only know that they are many and not all are the same for everybody. There are risk factors for the onset of psoriasis and one of them is drugs.


Learning about psoriasis. Lots of useful information for knowing better psoriasis and living with the disease naturally

Psoriasis and makeup

We have already talked about how we can hide the imperfections caused by psoriasis with camouflaging and how a radical change in one’s image can add an additional psychological burden to a condition which in itself is not a simple one because it deals with dehydration, thinning skin, scars, dryness and paleness.  

Avoid very greasy cosmetics that not allow adequate perspiration of the skin.

Remove your makeup with plenty of water and soap.  Clean and hydrate your skin before going to bed.

Helpful tips to control itching

Many people with psoriasis report that they feel itchiness associated with the disease. The act of scratching does not spread psoriasis but it does interfere with healing, thus becoming a threat to worsening the situation. How can we avoid scratching? 

To avoid itching, the skin should be clean before applying the medication. Try to stay in cool and ventilated places.

It is said that pruritus is more frequent in humid climates.

Itching can be eased with the use of antihistamines. By improving the situation of the skin with the specific treatment for psoriasis it will decrease. Anxiety and concern for your disease exacerbates the pruritus so sometimes you have to take also an anxiolytic to keep it under control.

Psoriasis and sport

Since ancient times physical activity has always been essential to the lives of individuals and communities.  In the past it was more common for people to be involved in physical activity, whether in sports or manual work.  For that reason, ancient people generally had thinner more muscular bodies with stronger constitutions. The practice of sport is beneficial for the well-being of the individual to achieve healthy life, relaxation exercises and the practice of tai chi and yoga are beneficial to psoriasis patients.

Myths about Psoriasis

Today we are in the twenty-first century, but when it comes to skin diseases we seem to have stopped somewhere in the Middle Ages when legends and false beliefs were kindled by illiterate gossip-mongers full of preconceived notions. The people suffering from these diseases (eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis...) have always been the victims.  In addition to the physical pain often suffered as the consequence of psychological pain, they have ended up feeling distrust, self-contempt and even shame. Psoriasis is not a contagious disease, therefore it is not transmitted by direct contact from person to person. It is not infectious. It is not spread by the use of objects or clothes. Patients suffering for psoriasis should not be rejected or discriminated against the society.

Psoriasis and camouflage

We have already noticed how big is the discomfort in psoriatic patients, due to the fear of showing themselves and being in contact with other people. That is why, many people, mainly women, use makeup to camouflage their lesions, which can be done if a proper cleaning of the skin is done after. 

Psoriasis and clothing

For most people, the act of getting dressed may seem to be quite routine, but for those suffering from this complex skin disease it is not so ordinary.  It is in fact highly underestimated. 

The clothing should be loose, clean, and fresh allowing the person to feel comfortable and avoid the irritation of the lesions that could cause the exacerbation of the illness.

Psoriasis and Cold Weather

As autumn and winter approach, our concerns mainly focus on colds, the flu and laryngitis and so we often end up neglecting the health of our skin.  In colder weather, our skin requires more protection and hydration. In this season the skin should be hydrated, lubricated and, at the same time, clean to avoid the exacerbation of the lesions.

Psoriasis and medicines

There are risk factors for the onset of psoriasis and one of them is drugs. It is considered a risk factor because it increases the possibility of contracting a disease or suffering from a condition.

Among the drugs said to exacerbate psoriasis are antimalarials, beta blockers, lithium salts, angiotensin inhibitors and NSAIDs, most commonly used by the population.

Psoriasis and stress

The relationship between stress and psoriasis: a few golden rules to feel better. 

Who hasn’t felt anxious or stressed at least once in their life due to a certain period or situation?  Who has never experienced the unpleasant feeling of being suffocated and overwhelmed by fears, apprehensions and worries?


Scalp psoriasis

The scalp is the region of the body most commonly affected in patients with psoriasis. The presentation of the symptoms can vary widely in patients, which determines a constant therapeutic challenge.

From the anatomical point of view, the scalp is an irrigated body area and therefore very permeable to medications.

It is characterized by scaly erythematous plaques with precise edges that can affect extensive areas or be limited to scarce sometimes pruritic lesions but does not cause alopecic plaques. Scalp psoriasis affecting more than 2 cm of the hairline is rarely seen.

It is recommended to keep your hair clean. Use an appropriate shampoo for your disease such as Psotherapy shampoo, coal tar, salicylic acid and the use of medications such as topical steroids, vitamin D analogues, tar derivatives or Anthralin and in refractory cases use systemic therapy.

Psoriasis and the Sun

Psotherapy® treatment is also an excellent ally in the summer because since it isn’t a photosensitizer, it can also be used during exposure to the sun. Sun exposure is recommended in the hours before 11 am and after 4 pm, always combined with sea baths which has reported significant benefit.

Psoriasis and Sleep Disorders

Do symptoms like pain and itching keep you awake at night? You cannot understand why it takes you so long to fall asleep? Do you have symptoms like snoring, headache or usually after you wake up you feel tired to begin the day?

Sleep is fundamental in our life. It allows us to lost touch with reality and takes us for a few hours to another world while restoring our energy to begin the next day.

Genital Psoriasis 

Usually, when you hear about psoriasis, it is immediately associated with those areas like knees, elbows, scalp, hands or feet, but it also affects more hidden areas such as the genitals.

In general, psoriasis manifests itself as inflammatory plaques along with whitish scales, but the lesions found in genitals area may be different because of their red, smooth and dry appearance.

Thanks to the natural and patented active ingredient, Proposoriasi R&D, without contraindications and side effects, you can keep your psoriasis under control for a long time with a totally natural product. Today defined as the best product.

The natural remedy for Psoriasis. First phase: daily applications, until symptoms disappear, then once a week.

Some examples of how the Psotherapy natural remedy works


Scalp psoriasis – Itchy scalp


In the images below, the photographic demonstration of how our Scalp Fluid + shampoo products act on the scalp.


This is a case of severe psoriasis affecting the entire scalp, with a strong skin irritation associated with desquamation and dandruff.


The photos were taken in three different moments: the first shows the initial state in which the gentleman was, the second was taken after 30 days and the third after forty days.


These results were obtained by applying the Scalp fluid at night and by washing the hair with the shampoo the next morning; the procedure was performed every other day.


The gentleman, no longer having to use the hat to cover the scales and dandruff, managed to eliminate even the redness with the help of the sun.


He is currently continuing maintenance treatment, applying Psotherapy products only once a week to keep the imperfections of psoriasis under control.

Marlene a year later


Marlene a year later, 28 February 2017 - 28 February 2018. Mrs. Marlene is also very happy with the results obtained with Psotherapy natural treatment. She is following carefully the advice of our dermatologists. With a few weekly applications, she continues to keep the skin smooth and without the annoying imperfections of psoriasis.


After many years of suffering, she lives a normal life. By using only our natural product without cortisone, contraindications and side effects, she has solved her serious problem.


Today Marlene writes to us: "Currently I perform the foot baths with Psotherapy Body Wash twice a week and I apply the cream to the hands when I feel them particularly dry".

Marlene "Psoriasis is a chronic disease and it does not heal, the cures are these!!!"

One of the several testimonials that you can find visiting this site.


Marlene, January 25th, 2018. Five months after her testimonial, we have received the photos of Marlene. Let us remind you her statement on August, 2017.

"Having consulted so many dermatologists, continuing with cortisone and tar creams, with hands and feet closed in a plastic bag, with ankle skin detached along with the bag with burning and hallucinating pain…

After the resignation felt by hearing people say that "psoriasis is a chronic disease and it does not heal, the cures are these"…

One day surfing on Internet together with a friend, looking for some other treatment, we came across the Psotherapy page and after almost three years of desperation I said to myself "I will try this too". I decided to buy the product. My life with Psotherapy is a new one now…"


If you have not got any good results with other psoriasis products, try Psotherapy the natural remedy, successfully tested by millions of people around the world, without contraindications or side effects.




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