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World Psoriasis Day

On the occasion of World Psoriasis Day, our customer experience team leader, Kate, shares the top tips she discovered while treating her own psoriasis.

Find some Zen

“Psoriasis is closely related to your emotional well-being and can be triggered by emotional stress, shock or grief. I have suffered from this skin condition on my scalp since I was 16 (around the time of my examinations!).

It's been on and off since then, but I went through a big emotional change a few years ago, and it really triggered it. It covered the back of my scalp and was very itchy and flaky.

Trying to control your emotions and stress levels is easier said than done. Sometimes we only notice when our skin flares up that we are stressed!

I think yoga really helps me to calm my mind. For this hour I just concentrate on the poses and forget my day and my thoughts.

Calming and hydrating

Dealing with tricky skin can lead to some inventive new uses for your favorite products. I've always loved our Comfrey & Calendula Calming Body Cream, but now I use it the most on … my scalp!

I split my hair once or twice a week and apply the cream directly to psoriasis spots. I go to sleep with a hat and wash it in the morning.

It can look a bit silly, but it brings so much relief. As soon as the cream touches my scalp, it cools down immediately and the itching stops. It is my lifesaver!

For rinsing out I use Hope & # 39; s Relief Shampoo and Conditioner, which are available in our Whole Foods and As Nature Intended stores. It's the only shampoo I've tried that makes my hair feel soft without my scalp becoming tight or dry.

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<h3> Stay cool </h3>
<p> We all love a hot shower or bath when the temperature drops – but this is one of the easiest ways to make psoriasis worse. Another tip that I found very helpful is holding onto warm water and avoiding long soaks. </p>
<p> Psoriasis can leave your skin very dry (especially if you have it on your scalp like me). Therefore, keep hair washing to a minimum to prevent the scalp from being freed from natural protective oils. "</p>
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