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Janet

Well, I think I spoke to soon about my 'P'. It came back worse. It's like it gets immune to the stuff you use on it. So I am back to the drawing board. I am going to try to take some different advice and try to kick psoriasis butt from the inside out. Will see what happens and how it goes. (I am not very good at watching what I eat, but am really going to try hard.)

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Janet

Because of my job, Im inside most of the time, that's why I started taking the vit. D. I don't get to get out in the sun alot, plus I'm fair skinned and burn easy.
I use Lever 2000 bar soap. I have used it for probaly 8-10 years. Long before I had P. I use suave shampoo. I have used it for along time too. The P just started late Dec/ early January this year. It seems like it tones done for a while, then comes back with a vengence. Like I said earlier, just frustrated. I had 'ecxema' on the back of my hands, on the knuckle portion for some time (4-5 years). But it always cleared up with RX and only seemed to reappear in the winter when the air was dry. Just December last year it seemed to morph to the the palm side of my hands/fingers and is no more at all on the back of my hands. I just don't get it....

Anonymous

janet.sauve shampoo is considered a moderately toxic and lever 2000 is highly toxic. the 2 ingredients in sauve sodium laureth sulfate, methylisothiazoline(does neurological damage). the fragrances they put in these are endocrine disrupters. lever 2000 has too many bad things to list here. if you use anti-bacterial soap. triclosen or triclocardan have been linked to eczema! they have been trying to ban these poisons but no luck. it makes me mad that they are allowed to use these poisons. try a more natural soap and shampoo. i use 'natures gate aloe vera shampoo' on my head and body. avoid all tomatoe products. for your hands soak them in warm epson salt bath then cover them good in coconut, almond, or olive oil. put old socks over your hands. let it soak in really well. 2 toxins eliminated whats next? :)

Janet

Where do you buy your shampoo? I use Cetaphil cream on my hands. I have also used the epsome salt soak, but after about a week of doing a hand soak nightly, it seems to lose it's affectiveness, and not work as well. I have just been playing a guessing game as to what 'helps' and what 'hinders'. Someone recommended Cera-Ve cream. it has the salasylic (sp?) acid in it, which I am told helps get rid of the 'scaling'. I don't think that is what I need.

Anonymous

janet instead of cetaphil cream try coconut, almond,or olive oil. cetaphil cream although its used for 'p' is very toxic to your body. one of the causes of 'p'. the 2nd main ingredient is petrolatum (mineral oil) which is illegal to use in europe because it contain too many impurities is a by product of crude oil. it contains parabens which alter your hormones levels dangerous if your preganent. it contains propylene glycol and sodium laureth (sodium laural sulfate) alters your skin structure allowing other toxins to penetrate skin easier and reach your bloodstream overloading our immune system. this is for 'p' and actually makes it worse! should never use cetaphil on open cuts(prevents skin from breathing causing irritation and infection) salicyclic acid does nothing. do you use epson salt then oil your hands or just epson salt? i shop at whole foods. sun is one of the best things for your skin even if you go out a little at a time. produces vitamin d3, different form pill form vitamin d2. i can't spell either tomatoe :)

Anonymous

remember toxin buildup is over a long period of time. its not just 1 or 2 things. its when our bodies get overloaded that there is a problem. thats why we try to eliminate as much triggers as possible to give or bodies a chance to recover. best of luck.

Janet

I got some coconut oil, and rub some on my hands one to 3 times daily. It seems to be helping. Also bought some Oregon grape root and am taking that as well. I noticed that over the long holiday weekend, that my hands look much better than during a regular work week. Makes me wonder if something at work isn't aggravating them and making the P worse.

Anonymous

thats great. if your hands are bad makes me wonder if its enviromental also. stop the lever 2000 and cetaphil should help a lot. the coconut oil is extremely good for you. extra virgin cold pressed is best. its great to cook with if you keep the temperature below 400 degrees. i take 1 or 2 tablespoons a day raw. its a medium chain fat. another major toxin is your toothpaste with fluoride. it destroys your immune system. a steady dose of poison every day :( china won't even put flouride in their water. if you do research on fluoride, you will see its not anymore beneficial due to the hazards. even the ADA came out and said they shouldn't fluorinate water!!! go to youtube and type in dr.osmunson on flouride. also mercola he is a natural doctor. he has tons of info on soy products, cookware, diet, fda, ect. he is very knowlegable. little changes like this make a huge difference.

Anonymous

I became a vegetarian about 4 years ago and it has helped my psoriasis dramatically. I now only have a spot on my elbow. :) Also, coconut oil is great to put on it too!

Jennifer.

I've suffered most of my 23years. All remedies for Psoriasis stop working eventually. It doesn't matter what you eat or drink. Plenty sun does me the world of good and slap on plenty Eucerin don't use sparingly so your skin can soak up as much moisture as it needs.

Anonymous

jennifer i'm sorry to hear that but i have to respectfully disagree. i have done it with only diet and a few external changes. many other people i know have too. i'll be more than happy to try to eliminate triggers for you. 'p' is very complicated. it's eliminating toxins, inflammation, concentrating on the digestive tract. it's not just one area, you have to fix the whole package. if your 'p' is not getting better. i guarantee there's something internally or externally your doing thats preventing your body from healing itself. don't give up just have to stay committed. everyone is different but if my skin was trashed, i guarantee my skin can be 98% cleared up in about 2 months. let me know if i can help :)

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