...feeling angry Ant @ant2

Looks, coping, treatment

Blotches have now started to appear on my face severely on my forehead and between my eye's.
What can I do?


Theme Psoriasis on the Face Psoriasis around the Eyes

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8 responses

john,FLAKES TO BEAM UP @chewbacca

Hello Ant, i can only suggest moisturising as much as possible,,Have you thought about Diet/lifestyle changes,? this can reduce inflammation, i wish you well and Diet/lifestle changes is a choice a choice for everyone , sorry you feel angry

Ant @ant2

Cheers for the response
Iv tried the diet thing but it just seems to be getting worse and worse by the year
Now I'm offering my self up to be a guinea pig in the name of science

john,FLAKES TO BEAM UP @chewbacca

Have you tried drinking 2 to 3 liters/litres of bottled or filtered plain water a day?

Ant @ant2

Yes I drink water daily I try to drink at least 2 ltrs a day

Sarah @sarahuk

Hi Ant, hmmm face blotches you say. I had had quite bad p on my forehead in the past. It isn't there right now, and somehow my eyebrows seem to have cleared up too... I still have p elsewhere but these areas are clear for now. On my face I use Aveeno Daily Moisturising Lotion as it sinks in really well and doesn't leave my face feeling greasy. I've tried all sorts in the past and all were leaving me feeling really slimy! Hope this helps? Check out the themes section for posts about psoriasis on the face... Welcome to Flaym!

Ant @ant2

Iv just brought colloidal silver gel to see if this helps. Aveeno is good might have to switch back to it. My face has only recently been under attack but it's a very severe attack.
I'm using cetraben cream atm.

June @june69

Hi ant cetraben is good but I find Epaderm better but listen too the group it you will find it interesting

Ant @ant2

Thanks, I'll give it a try.
Great group they cover just about everything.

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