Psoriasis is a non-infectious skin disease that has become very common today. The cause of the disease can be various factors, for example, internal inflammatory or infectious processes, problems with psychological health, thermal or chemical burns, severe damage to the skin and others. Exposed to this disease is absolutely everything – adults, children, and elderly people. The main signs of psoriasis are flaky rashes on the skin, as well as worsening of the condition of the nails and joints.
Treatment of psoriasis usually begins with the use of topical preparations that are applied to the damaged areas of the skin. To cleanse the skin from the resulting plaques, you can use one tool or a combination of them. In the case of psoriasis of a mild form, it is most often possible to control the course of drugs purchased in a pharmacy without a prescription.
Mitigation and removal of psoriasis crusts and flaky skin particles are carried out by applying to the damaged areas of creams and other products that are well absorbed into the skin. These funds are gently rubbed into the crust formation sites, making them much softer, and then the plaque surfaces are carefully disconnected. These actions should be done very carefully, trying not to cause skin irritation.
With psoriasis of moderate severity and severe forms, the patient may need to use medicines purchased under the prescription of a doctor.