Psoriasis is an autoimm uun disease characterized by thick, red and dry spots on the skin or scalp. It is a common disease affecting more than 1 in 25 people. Young people in particular are at it. It is estimated that 7 out of 10 people with psoriasis are under 20 years of age.
Psoriasis spots often cause a pulling sensation and severe itching. And although psoriasis is not contagious, many people are afraid of it, which leads to shame for the disease. The majority of people with psoriasis do not want to show their skin and restrict their daily activities to avoid disapproval by others. Psoriasis can also have serious consequences for personal relationships.
Psorilax, claims to be able to relieve or remedy the symptoms of Psoriasis. In some cases, this can even lead to totally psoriasis-free skin. Is Psorilax the real work? Or are they just empty promises? How does it work? Let's take a closer look at Psorilax....
Psorilax is an up-to-date treatment that takes the form of a cream that is spread directly on the skin in the affected areas. The cream penetrates deeply to perform its four-fold effect: eliminating psoriasis spots, preventing the multiplication of affected cells, nourishment and skin softening and irritation reduction.
Psorilax is made from natural ingredients, respects sensitive and damaged skin and is generally well tolerated by the body. The treatment has been tested by skin experts and has been extensively tested and certified before it appeared on the market.
The results are usually visible after ten days of use. One month of continuous treatment can even provide a completely itching and psoriasis-free skin.
Psorilax contains five key ingredients that are recognized for their important role for healthy skin: oat precipitate extract, glycerin, sweet almond oil, urea and wheat germ oil.
Oats (malt) is a medicinal plant that has long been used to treat skin problems, especially psoriasis. In fact, clinical research has shown the many benefits of oats: it helps with skin dehydration, soothes skin irritation and itching, softens the skin and accelerates healing. The journal Journal of Drugs in Dermatology has recently published an article on the results of a clinical study that examined the effect of colloidal oat size on psoriasis. This clinical trial has shown that oatmeal can effectively relieve psoariasis symptoms (1).
Another ingredient of Psorilax is glycerin, which helps to moisturize the skin. It also soothes the skin, making it more supple and look better. Certain studies have suggested that glycerin can also contribute to epidermal cell repair, an essential function for effectively combating psoriasis (2).
Sweet almond oil in Psorilax is also a well-known friend of healthy and radiant skin: it reduces inflammatory processes, controls sebaceous glands and has soothing and nebulising properties. Many people suffering from psoriasis regularly use sweet almond oil to soften and relieve their skin or places on other parts of the body.
As far as urea is concerned, it is a natural acid that is very effective in removing dead skin cells. Skin flakes are thereby reduced, among other things. Urea is also very effective in moisturizing the skin. It binds the water underneath the epidermis to the layer that restores the skin. Dermatologists therefore often advise people suffering from psoriasis to choose a treatment that contains urea.
Haverkerm oil is known for its ability to improve skin diseases such as psoriasis. It is very nutritious and moisturizing, soothing and calming the skin. It is also an important source of essential fatty acids, proteins and minerals. Finally, it stimulates skin repair and removes dandruff.
In addition to these five ingredients, Psorilax also contains penylene, glycol, butylene, glucose, lactic acid, phenoxyethanol and tri-ethanolamine. All these elements have positive effects on sensitive, damaged and dry skin. They allow the standardisation of cellular metabolism processes.
Psorilax thus combines several ingredients that have a recognised healing ability to combat and/or relieve Psoriasis. This combination of ingredients enhances the individual effect of the loose ingredients and makes it an effective treatment for a psoriasis-free skin without spots.
Psorilax is only recently available in the Netherlands and Belgium, so there are few user reviews on the internet. The reviews that we did find point out that Psorilax is an effective solution to reduce stubborn psoriasis spots, both on the scalp and on other parts of the body, or