Rosacea and Psoriasis

Psoriasis-Ltd III ( ) can be used to treat psoriasis and rosacea. Psoriasis is another form of dermatitis. The most common form, psoriasis vulgaris or plaque-type psoriasis, is characterized by inflamed skin and white scales. Its appearance depends on the area of the body affected. Psoriasis vulgaris typically appears on the elbows, knees, scalp, and genitalia.

Ocular Psoriasis is an inflammation within the eye and eye lids. This causes dryness and discomfort for the patients. Ocular Psoriasis has the appearance of scales that can cover the eyelids, also may look red and bumpy. If untreated the patient will have their vision impaired.

Pustular Psoriasis is a blister-like rash, containing a non-infectious fluid. These pustules are about 2mm in diameter and may have a color of yellow-greenish bumps. After a period of a week the pustules we dry out and turn into a small scabs. In some severe cases the patient may need to be hospitalized.

Hand & Foot Psoriasis also known as Palmoplantar Psoriasis. This form of psoriasis is an overactive immune response caused by foreign particles coming in contact with the fleshy parts of our hands and feet. When these foreign particles contact our skin the body releases chemicals that cause the skin to become inflamed and also itchy. Some common triggers are cold weather, stress and some medicines, such as beta-blocker or lithium.