Psoriasis and comouflage

 

Psoriasis and camouflage. There is a special makeup technique created specially to cover skin blemishes. It is a real “trick” aimed to cover up and smooth the most prominent psoriasis lesions. Unfortunately there is no remedy to remove it at once but you will learn the best way to hide it by using the right products and application techniques.

 

PSORIASIS AND CAMOUFLAGE

 

 

We have already seen how people living with psoriasis become nonconformists.  They are afraid to show themselves or make contact with other people because our modern society is far too interested in appearances and stereotypes: it is continuously bombarding us with “perfect” images that we should imitate. 

 

For this reason, people with psoriasis suffer from negativity because they see the differences in their bodies and this can seriously harm their social relationships by producing anxiety and depression, mainly in women.

 

Imagine this scenario: you have an important appointment and the day before an unsightly red spot appears on your face, neck or legs. The spot had to show up on that exact day and now you have to wear pants to cover it up for the nth time.

 

Unfortunately there is no remedy to remove it at once but you will learn the best way to hide it by using the right products and application techniques.  

 

In fact there is a special makeup technique created specially to cover skin blemishes. It is a real “trick” aimed to cover up and smooth the most prominent psoriasis lesions. We are talking about “corrective camouflage”: this should not be mistaken for the sort of makeup that is used to highlight any given facial features.

 

Positive effects:

 

For those suffering from psoriasis, when camouflage is combined with pharmacological therapy it can help hide skin blemishes, discreetly, thereby promoting a positive self-image and therefore, one’s social life.

 

Product selection:

 

Although camouflage is an easy enough technique to learn, it should be done paying careful attention to all the steps, and especially, the purchase of products. You must make sure of the following: full coverage, color and opacity varieties, waterproof, duration (for at least 12 hours), non- perfumed and allergenic in order to reduce the risk of irritation and/or any allergic reactions on sensitive and damaged skins.

 

Now let’s see how to go about creating your own successful corrective camouflage.

 

You will need:

 

•Soft Body Gel: to remove dead skin cells, to guarantee a fresh and moisturized appearance and above all to start relieving the irritated areas.

 

•Moisturizer: low oil content lotion to facilitate flake removal and concealer application. Wait for 10-15 minutes.

 

•Green color concealer: apply on lesions. The green color neutralizes discoloration because of its contrasts with red, thereby making the skin appear less irritated.

 

•Foundation: should be a much like your skin color as possible. Dab it on over the area using a sponge that has been moistened with a thermal water spray. This allows the makeup to look lighter and more natural.

 

•Rice powder: apply all over the facial skin to increase the length of duration of the products.

 

•Thermal water: spray the face with this water to remove excess makeup and give a more natural look.

 

Remember, you can remove the camouflage before going to bed. Use a micellar lotion cleanser to completely remove the makeup without damaging the skin that is already irritated due to psoriasis.

 

Although the camouflage technique is mainly used for the facial skin, it can also be applied by men or women to other body areas to cover up any psoriasis spots or burn marks on arms, ankles or legs.

 

 

 

 

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.

 

 

 

The information in this site is for informational purposes only, in no case may constitute the formulation of a diagnosis or the prescription of a treatment; it’s not intended and must not in no way replace the direct doctor-patient relationship or the specialist visit; it is recommended to always ask the opinion of your doctor and/or specialists about any indication given. If you have doubts or questions about the use of a Psotherapy product do not hesitate to contact your doctor. Read the Disclaimer »

 

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