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Dave
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The place of my biggest challenge is always the source of my greatest strength, Just Be
Interests: Photography, Technology, Traveling, Great Movies, Living Life to the fullest, Entrepreneurship
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July 22,2011 In a video on the "Keeping up with the Kardashians" website, star Kim Kardashian reveals she has psoriasis. In Kardashians: Don't be rash, Kardashian talks with dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer about the "rash" on her body, which, her sister Khloe Kardashian, says is ringworm. Dr. Lancer examines the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 5, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
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"I am just newly diagnosed and had no clue this itching could be so severe," aPsoriasis Foundation member wrote recently. No question, itching is one of the most vexing aspects of psoriasis. It can disrupt sleep and cause people to scratch incessantly, providing brief relief at best. Many people with... Continue reading
Posted Sep 5, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Oils are excellent for eczema patients as they replenish the skin with the natural moisture it both needs and craves. The best form of oil for eczema is an emollient. Emollient oil can be used in the bathtub to form a skin of natural moisture for the skin. This helps skin from being dry, scratchy, inflamed and terribly uncomfortable. Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Chemcials and medications aren't the only way to treat eczema. Here are some great natural solutions for eczema that will have your skin smooth and healed in no time - naturally. No one understands an itch like a person who suffers from eczema. There are many products available from a... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
A wet wrap therapy treatment can be great way to reduce or eliminate the painful skin irritations that are caused by eczema. Learn more bout this type of wrap therapy for eczema. Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Source: http://www.Psoriasis.org Mild psoriasis: non-steroidal prescription topical treatments Prescription "topicals"—medications applied to the skin—are usually the first line of defense in treating psoriasis. Prescription topicals slow down or normalize excessive cell growth and reduce inflammation associated with psoriasis. They may or may not include steroids. Many psoriasis treatments require special... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
If you're confused about the difference between psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis, I'm not surprised. Even dermatologists sometimes have trouble identifying these skin problems. Actually, both eczema and psoriasis are types of dermatitis, which simply means "inflammation of the skin." Eczema is considered more of a symptom than an actual disease,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Source: NPF | Psoriasis.org Psoriasis severity Psoriasis can be mild, moderate or severe. People with psoriasis on less than two percent of their body are considered to have a mild case. Those with three to 10 percent of the body affected by psoriasis are considered a moderate case. More than... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
What Exactly is Eczema? Eczema (also known as dermatitis) is a skin condition that affects both men and women. Age also doesn't seem to make a difference, since this skin condition appears in anyone from babies to the elderly. About one fifth of all children suffer from eczema and about... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Research into UV (ultraviolet radiation) phototherapy has yielded positive results for those who suffer from eczema (in particular atopic dermatitis). Phototherapy has also been used successfully to treat seborrhoeic eczema and psoriasis. An eczema patient is exposed to the UV phototherapy for a predetermined length of time. UV phototherapy is... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Image via Wikipedia Meet Dr Crowley I’m Jeffrey Crowley. I’m a board-certified dermatologist in private practice in Bakersfield, California. I’ve been involved in the treatment of psoriasis patients for many, many years. Diagnosing psoriasis To establish a diagnosis of psoriasis, we examine the entire patient’s skin. That includes the scalp... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
It works for me 09/14/09 Source: NPF http://www.psoriasis.org (National Psoriasis Foundation) Itchstuff My brother-in-law had one of the worst cases of psoriasis I've ever seen, both legs, feet, arms, and elbows. He was miserable and it looked really bad. He started using a herbal ointment called Itchstuff that he gets... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Psoriasis is a chronic, autoimmune disease that appears on the skin. It occurs when the immune system sends out faulty signals that speed up the growth cycle of skin cells. Psoriasis is not contagious. There are five types of psoriasis: plaque, guttate, inverse, pustular and erythrodermic. The most common form,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Psoriasis appears in a variety of forms with distinct characteristics. Typically, an individual has only one type of psoriasis at a time. Generally, one type of psoriasis will clear and another form of psoriasis will appear in response to a trigger. Plaque Plaque psoriasis (psoriasis vulgaris) is the most prevalent... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Specific locations: face On the face Facial psoriasis most often affects the eyebrows, the skin between the nose and upper lip, the upper forehead and the hairline. You might need a biopsy to confirm that it is psoriasis. Psoriasis on and around the face should be treated carefully as the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Specific locations: hands and feet Treat acute flares of psoriasis on the hands and feet promptly and carefully. In some cases, cracking, blisters and swelling accompany flares. Traditional topical treatment of palm and sole psoriasis includes tar, salicylic acid and corticosteroids. Combinations of these three agents may work better than... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Specific locations: genitals The most common type of psoriasis in the genital region is inverse psoriasis. This type of psoriasis first shows up as smooth, dry, red lesions. It usually lacks the scale associated with plaque psoriasis. Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
What causes acne? Well, that's a hard question. After all, there's no known cause per say. In fact, that's why there's no known ¡°cure¡± for acne. However, this does not mean you're stuck up a creek when searching for the right acne treatment or acne solution. There has been some... Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2011 at SkinCareWorks.org
Image via Wikipedia There are some simple techniques that have been known to reduce the redness of pimples but how ever do not teach you how to clear acne up but they can help take the ugly redness away which is a major concern for many acne sufferers. Many people... Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2011 at SkinCareWorks.org
Frequently asked questions about psoriatic arthritis What is psoriatic arthritis? Psoriatic arthritis [pronounced sore-ee-AA-tic] causes pain, stiffness and swelling in and around the joints and places where tendons and ligaments connect to bone. Without treatment, psoriatic arthritis can potentially be disabling. What causes psoriatic arthritis? Both genetic and environmental factors... Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Image via Wikipedia Psoriasis overview Readers unfamiliar with psoriasis may find this overview useful. Psoriasis is a disorder of the skin and nails, characterized by inflammation and abnormal reproduction of skin cells. It can also affect joints and other tissues. The disease produces areas of thickened, scaly, silvery-white and reddened... Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Volcanic Earth coming to (GCS) GotClearSkin.com! It is through the use of real volcanic ash that Volcanic Earth seeks to harness and incorporate the earth’s energy into its flagship all natural "Elementals" skin care range and its unique "Ash Clothing" range. Elementals This exotic line of natural, organic skin products utilizes the sensuous scents of pure Frangipani, Vanilla and Sandalwood, along with our certified organic Cocoa Butter and the highly prized, anti-aging benefits of Virgin Coconut Oil and the Oil of Tamanu. Real volcanic ash is used as a gentle, purifying and cleansing exfoliant throughout this entire, macrobiotic range. Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2011 at GotClearSkin.org
Image via Wikipedia Dry skin occurs when skin doesn’t retain sufficient moisture. This can happen as a result of frequent bathing, use of harsh soaps, aging, or certain medical conditions. And for those in colder climates, it can stem from cold, dry winter air. At this time of year, those... Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2011 at SkinCareWorks.org
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Posted May 29, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com
Saturday, February 19, 2011 at 8:45PM By adamMc Posted yesterday at 5:33 am · 1 reply In Psoriasis Shared with the public Source: TalkPsoriasis.org Hey guys, Just thought I would share this informative video, my current dermatologist Dr.Brian Kirby from St.Vincents UNI hospital here in Dublin Ireland, talks about Psoriasis... Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2011 at Treatment-for-Psoriasis.com