Angela
...feeling frustrated Angela @angela84

Treatment

I seem to have some redness and scandal on my ears. I've been using over the counter cream with Sacilyc (?) Acid...I can not go to the dr for awhile...any other suggestions?

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Theme Psoriasis in the Ears

Please don't include specific medical product brand names or external links.

8 responses

Angela
Angela @angela84

That's supposed to be SCABBING on my ears!! Not scandal! Lol


 john,Hulk
john,Hulk @chewbacca

hello angela, i use cococonut oil for my ears, my ears are good at the moment ,slightly dry but nothing ,sorry about your frustration, we all know about that


Sarah
Sarah @sarahuk

Hi Angela. I had red scabby ears for about 19 years too, until the past year or two. First time they've been under control! Steroid gel (steroid creams never helped my ears but for some reason the gel did) has been great for me. Used it for a while then stopped and so far it hasn't really returned in 18+ months. Not on the ears, that is! I also find Aveeno Cream great for the ears. Welcome to Flaym!


Angie
Angie @angie73

I am new here so I don’t know if I mention brands or other websites but I found a Chinese cream called [...] on Amazon and it completely cleared my ear psoriasis.I had tried everything and nothing had worked.


 john,Hulk
john,Hulk @chewbacca

hello angie i use this, flaym might delete your comment angie if they see it, they dont like us naming certain creams/products etc ,yes, it works great :) got to be careful not to overdo it though as it is a steroid,i have given the name out in private messages to people and have come back with, its great, i got mine from skin solutions for £4 free post as i am in the uk,good stuff if one is desperate , i dont usually creditcreams, this is great, got me out of trouble, iuse it a lot less now after i got a clear up :) thanks :)


Llain
Llain @llain

I've tried lots of different creams on my ears, all containing steroids, which don't help much, I've decided to try coconut oil now as several people have recommended it.





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