Picture of Plaque Psoriasis

plaque psoriasis picture

Plaque psoriasis is the most common form of psoriasis. One picture of plaque psoriasis is sufficient for our purposes, but we have included several others so you can compare your symptoms with them.



Normal skin cells shed every 30 days. Plaque psoriasis sheds at the rate of 3 or 4 days. Here we see the result on the elbow and forearm. Redness and scaly flakes accomulate on the surface.



plaque psoriasis knee


Knees along with elbows are the most common areas effected. This can be quiet uncomfortable as many of us can attest to.




psoriasis picture

Plaque psoriasis as you can see can also effect the scalp area. Many times it is mistaken for severe dandruff. Fortunately natural herbal ingredients used to treat dandruff actually work quiet well to relieve scalp psoriasis. The key is using products which keep the beneficial ingredients in continual contact with the scalp.




We do not recommend regular dandruff shampoos for at least two reasons. First of all, most are too harsh, and dry out the hair follicles leaving your hair looking and feeling terrible. Second, shampoos simply aren't in contact with the scalp long enough to have a lasting effect. A mild shampoo which restores PH balance, and is formulated with natural herbal ingredients is by far the best for your scalp and hair.

Our featured products include the only shampoo we would recommend. Plus for real relief from scalp psoriasis symptoms we highly recommend using hair products which remain in continual contact with the scalp.

In the picture of plaque psoriasis you can see the scaling is occuring along the border of the hair line. Along with the other featured products you will find an excellent zinc/tea tree lotion which can be applied to all areas which are not covered with hair, for great general skin care.




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