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Managing Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a life-long disease which can be treated or managed but not cured.[1] Although it sounds disheartening, it may not necessarily be so. It is important that you gain control over your symptoms. The words ‘gaining control’ mean that you are able to visibly see clearer skin with the treatment that you are using.[1]

Gaining control over Psoriasis involves 4 steps:

Learn About Triggers

Learn about your triggers and avoid them

Adhere to skin care routine

Adhere to the prescribed skin care routine

Use Prescribed Medicines

Use the medicines as prescribed by your Dermatologist

Healthy Lifestyle

Live a healthy lifestyle

Talk to your Dermatologist
about biologics for clear* skin

*No plaque elevation, erythema or
scaling, hyperpigmentation maybe present.

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References

  1. American Academy of Dermatology Association. Psoriasis overview Available [Online] at: https://www.aad.org/public/diseases/psoriasis/what/overview Accessed on 10 January 2020.