Psoriasis is a chronic, autoimmune condition that results in the formation of thick, scaly skin patches with itchiness, discomfort, and scaling of skin while suffering from psoriasis A number of factors in winter, including less sunlight and reduced humidity, may make psoriasis flare-up high.
Psoriasis occurs when skin cell turnover is quick and cells are replaced more quickly than usual. Body produces new skin cells in the deepest layer of skin. These skin cells gradually move up through the layers of skin until they reach the outermost level, where they die and flake off. This whole process normally takes […]
Wrightia tinctoria R. Br. belongs to family Apocynaceae commonly called as Sweet Indrajao, Pala Indigo Plant, Dyer’s Oleander. “Jaundice curative tree” in south India. Sweet Indrajao is a small, deciduous tree with a light gray, scaly smooth bark. Native to India and Burma, Wrightia is named after a Scottish physician and botanist William Wright (1740-1827) Wrightia
Treating psoriasis is tricky enough on its own. Put Together a Skincare Routine for Psoriasis Do not do anything to irritate your skin, as this will only make matters worse. Avoid using harsh cleansers, abrasive scrubs, hot water bath Stop using fragranced products, whether the scent is synthetic or natural. This will go a long […]
Severe Psoriasis – Managing a flare-up Psoriasis is one of the most baffling and persistent of skin disorders. It’s characterized…