Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition which is represented by patches of abnormal skin. The affected areas of skin are typically reddish in colour, itchy, scaly and dry. Psoriasis can be localised or cover many skin areas in extreme cases.
This blog explains that there is clothing specifically made for those suffering with psoriasis, called psoriasis clothing. Psoriasis clothing incorporates natural fabrics which are super soft to help reduce irritation, inflammation and pain. Psoriasis clothing helps regulate body temperature and excellent UPF 50+ sun protection.
This blog considers whether psoriasis clothing is worth the money that it costs. The answer is that it depends on the individual and the benefits derived from it. The blog considers the attributes of psoriasis clothing and how that can help people. The blog also reflects on the relative cost of other treatments.
This blog outlines four ways to help prevent psoriasis flare ups. UPF 50+ sun protective clothing helps with psoriasis by preventing sunburn and cumulative exposure to UV radiation. Having a healthy balanced diet, maintaining a less stressful lifestyle and protecting your skin from bumps also help prevent flare ups.
This blog describes the five different types of psoriasis. Plaque psoriasis is the most common type affecting around 80% of those impacted by the disease. Solbari Sun Protection has developed a sensitive fabric range for those impacted by psoriasis. It is important for those using phototherapy to wear UPF 50+ clothing.
Psoriasis affects over 125 million people worldwide who have to live with pain from their skin cracking and bleeding. Many suffer from the embarrassment of shedding scales of skin.
Around 450,000 people suffer from some sort of psoriasis in Australia. Sadly some people treat psoriasis as a contagious skin condition, but it is not!!! Psoriasis is a common and chronic skin condition, driven by an overactive immune system and production of skin cells.