Psoriasis: The Itchy Down-low

March 22, 2011 | posted by Justin Skeesuck

Do you struggle with psoriasis? Do you know someone who does? Psoriasis can be a devastating skin disease that can dramatically hinder the quality of life. With psoriasis, skin cells reproduce 7 times faster than normal skin, which causes the skin to be thicker than normal.  Most people with psoriasis have thick red plaques covered with silvery scales, often affecting the arms, legs, hands, feet, elbows and/or knees.  If scratched or picked at, the plaques will easily bleed.
Most people with psoriasis have extensive treatment regimens that often include biologic medications, such as Humira. Sometimes a patient needs a little bit more to help control the flaring of the disease. In that case, it might make sense to give Epionce a try.
Back in January, we started an informal study on a twenty-something single mother, who has suffered with psoriasis most of her life.  She had tried everything she could to help control her flares, including injections of a prescription biologic medication for a year.  Nothing had worked to clear the scales and plaques on her legs, hands and arms.  After two months of using Lytic Plus followed by Medical Barrier Cream, her plaques are now virtually invisible; only the slightest shade of pink remains where the profuse scale used to be.
While Epionce should not be considered a substitute for medical intervention, Epionce products may provide that extra “boost” to help clear your chronic skin conditions.