Dermasolve Cream

Psoriasis Remedies Straight from the Kitchen

New Treatment For Psoriasis

Psoriasis is huge pain for anyone who has ever suffered with the red patches of skin. It can be itchy and unsightly. Doctor’s visits and medications can get high priced. If you have been diagnosed with psoriasis you can learn some natural home treatments right in your kitchen. They’re cheap, easy, and the majority of people will not even have to leave the home to get things.

Apple cider vinegar has a history of being used to aid ease burns and calm skin inflammations. The liquid form can be familiar with dip in infected fingernails or toenails. The vinegar can also be put on directly to plaques (the red, patchy areas) using a cloth or cotton swabs. A correct mixture of apple cider vinegar is one cup vinegar to one gallon of water.

Plastic wrap works well to cover up and heal the lesions left by psoriasis. Covering up open sores can keep medicine in place but also keeps moisturizers working longer. Simply add the medication or lotion, then loosely wrap normal plastic wrap around the wound. Leave the wrap on long enough to absorb the medicine or lotion, but not so long the skin gets pruny or soggy. Normally an hour or so is long enough.

Oils can be great for the skin. Try warming up some olive oil and massaging it into the scalp, if that is the type of psoriasis you have, leave it in for a while or so and then shampoo as usual. The olive oil will help remove the extra flaky skin. Mineral Oil works to assist soothe harm to the skin. You can include it directly or mix it into a bath, allowing it to soak into the skin. Olive oil and normal, everyday vegetable oil can be contributed to the bath as well to soak the skin. Speaking of baths, adding in some Epsom salts can help heal wounds faster and keep puffiness at bay.

Baking soda can help relive itching. You can readily make a mixture to put on the itchy spots by mixing 1 ½ cups of baking soda with 3 gallons of water. Dip in a washcloth and put on the itchy areas.

Keith has been writing articles on psoriasis and skin care for nearly 4 years now. Not only does this author specialize in skin care you can also check out his latest site on Psoriasis Treatment. Help is not hard to find for Psoriasis Treatment if you look hard enough. Keith’s site has lots of information on Psoriasis Treatment and is available for any questions you may have.

Posted under Miscellaneous Content

This post was written by admin on June 2, 2010

Tags: , ,

More Blog Post