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Michelle - Thank you Joseph. I really need that luck this year. :)
john,Hulk - Happy new year Michelle.I hope the flakes are well (ooopps), Hope you are well :) :) Yep its a go... More »
Michelle - Thank you John and to you too :) Flakes are great and so am I thank you. Lol. Silly Billy. I met ... More »
Joseph - Would be good
Croquetmike - I'm determined it won't ruin mine. Still hopeful that treatment will clear it or at least give me... More »
Joy - What treatment are u on
Croquetmike - Enstillar spray for my scalp, Betamethasone valerate clioquinol cream, followed by betnavate oint... More »
john,Hulk - Why not Flaym :) Great,,It will help people meet a partner for them ,Have confidence in the ... More »
Michelle - Yes true John. So many of us feel insecure about our condition and too scared to date. Having so... More »
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Ellen - Welcome back to SA … not sure which part of SA you in , but we are cooking alive here & its no he... More »
Michelle - Hi Peter, Im sorry to hear about your flare ups. Maybe SA's sun will do you better than Poland? I... More »
Brana - KARTALIN cream the best Russian psoriasis cream
erick - mine too, the only permanent solution for me is diet elimination. never had a flare up since I st... More »
Rand - Maybe you should take a look on the way you live, it affects a lot actually. When I stopped smoki... More »
ispsoriasis - for psoriasis and eczema cure visit ispsoriasis com !
SimonLFC1976 - I use Cetraben too, its one of the 4 treatments I use - it is very effective.
Desley - Raw organic unrefined coconut oil works for me. Along with a gluten free diet it has totally got ... More »
Brana - Kartalin cream helps 100%
Jenny777 - Think I will give it another try along with the 🍋😊
Handyman - Well done, try everything more than once
Brana - KARTALIN the best Russian psoriasis cream helps 100%
Deleted account - Hi Sadie what tablets did you get off gp My scalp very sore and itchy I use bettervate scalp... More »
witnessy - is it [...]?
Zuzana - Laser therapy is another type of phototherapy so there is need to watch the amount of lighting yo... More »
allison - I have stopped using polytar on my head as I thought the product made it worse x
Amy Lyons - just try and keep it moisturised as much, I find it helps reduce the itching. If anyone has any n... More »
Shawzki - I'm vegan so, no milk, but I have tried gluten free and it didn't really make a difference. I hav... More »
witnessy - if you cant bare the itching anymore ask your docter for mentol whit coldcream,only at night,beca... More »
Chelsea - Thanks! I'll make a note of that for if it gets really bad again.
Vinay - In my view topicals do work in alleviating the severity of the plaques, which must be followed up... More »
Sam - Yes... You can have pumpkin. Avoid black gram,salt,sugar,citrus foods, curd, non veg (you can hav... More »
Ashish - Hi Pooja, Pumpkin seeds are great for us. You know, psoriasis is a gut related disorder and pumpk... More »
Ashish - Also, pumpkin seeds are highly alkaline in nature and hence, eating these seeds can shift the bod... More »
witnessy - ok,I understand,i better turn grey, the flakes on my head have almost the same color
rrah - None! My grandmother had to stop dying her hair with scalp psoriasis. The combo was making her ha... More »
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yves - SALUT SUIS nouveau par ici et je maîtrise pas grandes choses , quelqu'un pour me guider ?
Deleted account - Bonjour yves, vous pouvez écrire en anglais comme il sera plus facile pour vous aider, sinon, j’a... More »
Sarah - Hi Yves, welcome to Flaym, our common site language is English though we come from all over the w... More »
Ax - Skin typically goes dry, flaky than usual ,higher amount of stress
janet - stress as soon as something is a bit challenging the patches go dark red


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