Jackie
...feeling frustrated Jackie @jackie6662

Coping, treatment

I have psoriasis all over my body. I've managed to get the patches flat with no scales but now I'm left with red patches/scars. Any advice on how to clear this?

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Debbie
Debbie @DD77

Jackie I also have all over my body. How did you get them flat with no scales. I’m having the hardest time with this


Sarah
Sarah @sarahuk

Welcome to Flaym, Jackie! This year I have begun to see psoriasis as a sign of inflammation, so I've been looking at what triggers inflammation in my body. For me this is illness, hormones, diet and stress. So I've been focusing on these things and getting good results! Skin is best it has been in 21 years really. Some small stubborn areas left but much less coverage and what is still there is much calmer.


Jackie
Jackie @jackie6662

Yes the stress factor plays a big part in how my skin behaves. And like you if I get ill it flares up.


Susan
Susan @godcares

Jackie I had the same thing after I healed myself. Just started pure Frankinscense on my scars. Works really well but it's not easy to find good quality Franinsence and mine is pretty costly but it works so well. I only started on the one scar on my right leg. Pretty much not even red. I think with the sun this summer here in BC Canada I will look on the normal side as I am outside alot. I love the sun. You can message me if you like to find out where I get mine. It's the same place I get my Moringa which is not the same either but is marketed all over the world now. Blessings to you.


Debbie
Debbie @DD77

Where do you get the moringa


Susan
Susan @godcares

Debbie I get it from a company called Zija where it is grown in optimal soil and dried in the shade. Sun drying removes much of the vitamins. You can message me if you want to know more.


Debbie
Debbie @DD77

Yes I do want to know more please



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