Category Archives: Types

Foot or Plantar Psoriasis Natural Treatment with Home Remedies : Success Stories

FOOT PSORIASIS Foot or plantar psoriasis is a chronic, recurring and painful condition that usually affects the soles of the feet. It can also occur on the toes and upper or dorsal surface of the feet. Usually adults between the ages of 20 and 60 are affected by the disease and it could be caused due to heredity. It can be of two types- mild and severe. In the milder form the feet become dry and scaly and the more severe form causes the formation of pustules and is also known as plantar pustulosis. Read more [...]

Facial Psoriasis Natural Treatment with Home Remedies

FACIAL PSORIASIS TREATMENT Facial psoriasis is a chronic and common condition which is difficult to treat as facial skin is thinner and more sensitive.  Almost half the patients with psoriasis are affected with facial psoriasis and it is very rare to come across psoriasis only on the face. It can often be mistaken for eczema or dermatitis. Due to facial involvement which is difficult to cover up, it poses psychological challenges for the patient. > Read Testimonials of Successful Psoriasis Read more [...]

Erythrodermic Psoriasis Treatment

ERYTHRODERMIC PSORIASIS ‘Erythrodermic psoriasis’ or ‘psoriatic erythroderma’ refers to psoriasis that affects all parts of the body such as the face, hands, nails, feet, trunk and extremities. It is the least common type of psoriasis and usually occurs at least once in the lifetime of a person who is susceptible to psoriasis. The condition presents itself as red, fiery lesions which are not clearly defined and is accompanied by severe itching and pain. Being life threatening, persons Read more [...]

Baby Psoriasis Treatment with Improvised Home Remedies

Baby Psoriasis Psoriasis in babies is rare and is usually due to genetics or a bacterial infection such as strep throat. Infant psoriasis is diagnosed from a new-born baby up to the age of two. It is seen as small scaly patches on the limbs, trunk and scalp. Doctors usually mistake it for cradle cap or nappy rash. It is difficult to predict whether the condition will disappear or continue into childhood. Causes If one or both parents have psoriasis, there is a 10 to 50 percent chance Read more [...]