What are the main symptoms of Psoriasis?
It appears as red patches covered in scaly skin which is silvery in colour. Other symptoms are itchiness, dry skin, hardening of the skin and splitting of the skin.
Is Psoriasis cyclic or seasonal at all?
Psoriasis flare-ups are generally unpredictable and accepted as being worse in the winter or cold months, when UV levels are lower and when humidity is relatively high. It may also be linked to high stress levels.
How will I know if Psorieze® is right for me?
It is highly recommended that it is used at the first indications of a flare-up which tend to occur unpredictably. During the following few days confidence will be gained that Psorieze® is relieving the symptoms and is working for you.
How should i use Psorieze® balm?
The more the skin is aided to heal itself the better. Use sparingly in a fine layer at the first indications of irritation or flare-ups. As time progresses a reduced application may be required. There are no known accumulated dangers of using this natural product.
Why is Psorieze® different from other balms?
The formula was created using only natural products. The products are specifically designed to help ease the symptoms of psoriasis and have been found to be very effective. It is an inexpensive solution to be applied directly to the affected area that suffers from this irritating skin condition.
Are there any side effects of using Psorieze®?
The ingredients have been specially selected to avoid side effects over prolonged use. No side effects have been suffered with all the trials that have been undergone. However, do not use Psorieze® if sensitive or allergic to any of the ingredients.
Why is Psorieze® so effective for skin irritations?
The formulation has been tested and the products effectively seal the skin from outside contaminants thus allowing the body’s own natural process to repair itself unhindered.
Can I use Psorieze® if I am pregnant, have diabetes or asthma?
Yes. The formulation should have no affect on any of these conditions. However if, after using sparingly to begin with, the condition does not improve medical aid should be sought.
Can Psorieze® be used everywhere on the body?
Yes. Psorieze® is safe to use on all parts of the body but special care must be taken in the areas around the eyes and contact with the eyes should be avoided. In case of contact with the eyes, rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water immediately. It should however not be used on open wounds without close monitoring. Should any adverse reactions be encountered seek medical advice. A separate head shampoo is currently under development.
Can Psorieze® be used without limitations?
No. Do not use Psorieze® if sensitive to any of the ingredients. Not for internal use and keep out of the reach of children.
does Psorieze® contain any hydrogenated fats or oils?
No. Psorieze® is composed entirely of natural products. During the formulation a great emphasis was put on not using "nasty or unknown chemicals" in order to avoid any possible allergies or other unwanted skin reactions. See PSORIEZE® CONSTITUENTS for the actual components used.
CAN Psorieze® Be USED IN combination with prescription treatments?
Psorieze® is not a formulation to be used together with prescription medicines as many prescription treatments contain aggressive compounds. Therefore the best advice is at the first sign of a flare-up to gently apply a thin film of Psorieze® and if the condition is not helped or continues after a short period of time - seek medical advice.
Is Psorieze® only used for Psoriasis?
The Psorieze® products were created specifically to help suffers of psoriasis and to be a personal product that is not shared. Feed-back from trials has indicated that it has also been found to be effective for other skin conditions, however a word of caution; one should not chance the introduction of germs from a minor unrelated skin ailment to a condition of psoriasis.
What is PASI?
PASI (Psoriasis Area Severity Index) is an index to indicate the severity of Psoriasis.
How can I determine the PASI severity index?
To determine the PASI index follow this link :