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DrAnnaHemming 8 months ago
Psoriasis should be treated by a medical professional. There are lots of different ways to help treat it. Start by looking at the triggers, stress, alcohol, certain foods.... Then consult your GP (or dermatologist) they should look at treatments like betacap for the scalp with capasal shampoo or another similar. If the psoriasis flares up on your body - diprosalic or dovobet are useful. If it is not responding to treatment then your GP should refer you to the local dermatology department for further treatment like certain UV light therapy and possible immuno supressive treatments like Sulphasalazine, humira etc. (these are all very specialist treatments).
I would be really careful if you are wanting fish spa treatment as psoriasis often has open lesions.
I hope this information helps.