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       Psoriasis, a skin disease characterized by scaling and swelling, is caused by a malfunction in the immune
       system. Psoriasis is very likely to run in families, but it can also be triggered by certain situations, such as
                                                      emotional stress
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                                                     Choosing a psoriasis cream
                                                           By Samantha Turner

    Skin irritations can leave you feeling terrible. Psoriasis is a particularly nasty condition that affects
millions of people throughout the world. Psoriasis begins when the skin creates new cells too rapidly.
This causes patches of thick, itchy and scaly skin which is sore and embarrassing. This condition can
occur anywhere on the body.

Fortunately there are creams out there that can help you. Consider the following when choosing a
dermatitis cream.

What is the cream made from? Are the ingredients natural? Natural ingredients such as palm oil, tea
tree oil, and vitamin E acetate can really penetrate the skin's tough outer layers and provide much
needed moisture within. As a result the person using the cream finds that their symptoms of psoriasis
are relieved and soothed in no time.

One of the benefits of using a cream to deal with psoriasis is that it is easy to use. It also does not
require taking a pill of oral medication at a certain time of the day. Add to this the active ingredients and
you have a cream that can be a real help.

Vitamin E acetate within the cream is a strong anti-oxidant. By moisturising the skin and sheilding it
against harsh rays from the sun, it creates a protective barrier.

Tea tree oil is one of the ingredients that has been used for thousands of years to create healthy skin.
It is also known as an antibacterial, so it keeps the skin clean and fresh, even during an outbreak.
Keeping the skin clean is essential to avoid getting any very sore patches or abrasions to the skin.

Palm oil actually penetrates deep into the skin which moisturises it which makes it more supple. Over
time the skin will benefit from a thin layer of protection which it forms. In turn this will slow down the
rate at which the skin cells regenerate themselves and psoriasis will become easier to manage.

Some creams also contain salicylic acid, which can help the skin to shed its scaly patches. This means
that the thick patches of skin caused by psoriasis are lessened and look less angry.

As you can see, there are a lot of elements to consider when choosing a cream to help with your

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psoriasis. Take the time to read up on the ingredients before choosing which cream is right for you.

Samantha Turner regularly writes articles for , a website
dedicated to products and information regarding your health. If you would like to try a free trial of
Dermasis psoriasis cream, visit this link:

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                               Who Gets Psoriasis? 4.5 Million Adults!
                                            By Melvin H.Gill

 Psoriasis is an immune-mediated disease which affects the skin and joints. When it affects the skin it
commonly appears as red scaly elevated patches called plaques. Psoriasis plaques frequently occur
on the elbows and knees, but can affect any area of skin including the scalp and genital area.

Psoriasis can vary in severity, from minor localized patches to extensive or even complete skin
coverage. Fingernails and toenails are often affected (psoriatic nail dystrophy). Psoriasis can also
cause inflammation of the joints. This is known as psoriatic arthritis.

Who Gets Psoriasis? More than 4.5 million adults in the United States have been diagnosed with
psoriasis, and approximately 150,000 new cases are diagnosed each year. An estimated 20% have
moderate to severe psoriasis.

Is Psoriasis Gender Biased? Psoriasis occurs about equally in males and females. Recent studies
show that there may be an ethnic link. It seems that psoriasis is most common in Caucasians and
slightly less common in African Americans. Worldwide, psoriasis is most common in Scandinavia and
other parts of northern Europe. It appears to be far less common among Asians and is rare in Native

There also is a genetic component associated with psoriasis. Approximately one-third of people who
develop psoriasis have at least one family member with the condition.

Research shows that the signs and symptoms of psoriasis usually appear between 15 and 35 years of
age. About 75% develop psoriasis before age 40. However, it is possible to develop psoriasis at any
age. After age 40, a peak onset period occurs between 50 and 60 years of age.

Childhood Psoriasis About 1 in 10 people develop psoriasis during childhood, and psoriasis can begin
in infancy. The earlier the psoriasis appears, the more likely it is to be widespread and recurrent.

There is growing emphasis on quality of life research in all of medicine, and psoriasis impacts on every
dimension of health-related quality of life. In my patient population, many of my patients are spending
an hour a day taking care of their psoriasis and are using numerous treatments. Psoriasis treatment is
costly, financially and psycologically.

Psoriatic Arthritis Psoriatic arthritis develops in roughly one million people across the United States,
and 5% to 10% experience some disability. Psoriatic arthritis usually first appears between 30 and 50
years of age, often months to years after skin lesions first occur.

Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin condition and CAN be cured! We urge you to find out more about
Psoriasis at

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