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Easing Psoriasis with Baltic Essentials Hazelwood

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Is there a natural treatment for Psoriasis?

Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin disorder that alters the normal life cycle of the skin cells. The cells multiply faster than normal and form thick, silvery scales that are often red or white in appearance, itchy, dry and painful. It can appear anywhere on the body, but is often seen on the scalp, elbows, and knees (less commonly on the face and torso). For many, psoriasis will come and go or have its "better days," but it is a chronic disorder a person has to live with. While there is no complete cure for the skin disease itself, there are natural treatments for the symptoms that come with it, and work by stopping the skin cells from multiplying rapidly. While there are certain lifestyle methods used to help treat the skin disorder, such as using medicated cortisone creams, there are safe and holistic alternatives you can use that work just as well, if not better to improve the overall condition of the skin.

Common Myths    

AAD found that about 7.5 people in the US suffer from psoriasis, yet there still seem to a lot of myths on how it is caused and treated. Plenty assume it is linked to poor hygiene. Although psoriasis is a skin condition, it is more than just that. It is an autoimmune disease where the body's immune system attacks the body tissues when it normally would not. While genetics do play a factor, psoriasis is not contagious. There are a lot of triggers that can exacerbate psoriasis, but chocolate is not one of them. It is best to avoid getting skin injuries, sunburns, and succumbing to stress as possible instead. Some people tend to confuse dandruff and psoriasis of the scalp as the same thing when they are not even when they share similar symptoms. Dandruff has a yellow-green appearance while psoriasis appears as a powdery silver. 

Helpful Tips

You can  take better control of your skin by managing the symptoms. Many people find that using a combination of tips help reduce the severity or appearance of flare ups when they come. Another thing to keep in mind is that methods used to treat psoriasis can take a while to show results; they may not always show immediately so it is important to continue using these tips for several days or weeks  

Dietary Supplements:  According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, Vitamin D, fish oil, primrose oil, and milk thistle have been reported to help treat symptoms

Go Out in the Sun: While you can ingest Vitamin D, nothing beats getting it directly from the sun! You can soak outside for a few minutes, but remember not to stay in the sun for too long.

Aloe Vera: It may be taken as a supplement or applied to the skin. It helps reduce scaling and redness.

Use Turmeric:  The natural herb is known to reduce flare-ups, and may be applied directly to the skin, sprinkled over your food, or taken as a supplement.  It is high in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. The recommended dosage is between 1.5-3.0 grams daily.

Keep Skin Moisturized: Oils and butters are important since they contain beneficial ingredients and are natural. Investing in a humidifier to keep your home moist is also an excellent idea.  Apply your moisturizer of choice right after you shower. If you decide to use lotions, keep away from those loaded with fragrance. It is especially helpful to keep the skin moist when the weather is cold.

Eat Healthy: A good diet can make a dramatic difference. Limiting fatty foods and red meats while eating seeds, nuts, and fish, which are high in omega-3 fatty acids, can reduce inflammation. Also, eating a gluten-free will also help decrease the symptoms.

Abstain from Tobacco and Alcohol:   They are known to increase flare-ups and possibly increase risk of getting the skin disorder.

Take Warm Baths: bathing in warm water, using Epsom salt in a bath soothes itchiness

Baltic Essentials Hazelwood for Psoriasis  

Other than implementing the tips listed above, one of the best natural treatments available for psoriasis is using Baltic Essentials Hazelwood Necklaces. Psoriasis is due to an autoimmune disorder and inflammation, so hazelwood is extremely helpful in reducing inflammation and balancing the pH of the body by making it more alkaline once it is in direct contact with your skin. It is also high in antioxidants which fight off free radicals in the body. The combination of the three all work together to improve the condition of your skin and ease the skin disease. The appearance of the silvery scales, redness and discomfort can be felt and seen not long after you wear it. Baltic Essentials Hazelwood Bracelets are also available.



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  • Dolly Tek-Marston on

    The bracelet I received is too big. 7 inches would fit better I have a small wrist


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