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Combining PsoEasy with other treatments

Psoriasis treatment often requires various approaches. It may include lifestyle changing, proper nutrition, medications and therapy. The latter depends on the severity of your psoriasis symptoms, your age, the overall health condition and many other factors. There“s no the only treatment method for psoriasis so doctors and patients often try to combine several methods so as to find a proper treatment.


Combining PsoEasy with other treatments

Psoriasis treatment ways depend on the following factors:

  • type of psoriasis;
  • severity of psoriasis;

  • possible side effects;

  • a patient“s reaction for certain therapy procedures

Many popular methods of treatment are designed to relieve the symptoms of the disease. They are aimed at eliminating the itching and flaking of the skin to reduce the outbreak of psoriasis. Daily skin care procedures can also improve the effectiveness of any therapy you follow.

  • Regular use of moisturizers after a bath or shower helps maintain skin hydration level and can reduce peeling.
  • It is recommended to choose soaps, shower gels and moisturizers that do not contain dyes and flavors. This will help minimize skin irritation.

There are a large number of methods for treating psoriasis, starting with topcial treatment preaprations and ending with biological preparations. Various types of treatment are used in combination. A lot of PsoEasy preparations tests were carried out and this proves their effectiveness as an independent treatment.

This article will tell you about other therapies and safe use of natural PsoEasy as an additional treatment.

How to use PsoEasy with other types of topical therapy?

Topical treatment, with the help of special medications, is carried out directly on the skin.

It includes:

  • creams
  • ointments

  • lotions

  • gels

  • sprays

These drugs are effective for patients with psoriasis from mild to moderate degrees. In some cases, they are used in combination with another type of treatment.

Therapy with creams and ointments containing corticosteroids is a very common method of treating psoriasis. Low-dose steroids reduce excessive production of skin cells and soothe irritation. However, some hormonal agents include stronger steroids that may worsen your symptoms. Therefore, it is necessary to choose the correct dosage to reduce the symptoms of the disease and not to increase them.

In addition to hormonal medications, there are other topical medications:


  • Topical retinoids are drugs derived from vitamin A. They normalize the growth activity in the cells of the skin and slow down inflammation process of inflammation.

  • Synthetic vitamin D forms slow down the growth of skin cells.

  • Creams or ointments made of coal tar and birch tree reduce the extent of skin lesions, itching and inflammation.
  • Salicylic acid provides the peeling of dead skin cells and softens psoriatic plaques.

  • Natural remedies remove inflammation, promote healing of affected areas, eliminate itching.

PsoEasy products are completely natural. They can be combined with any of the above-mentioned topcial treatments for psoriasis. You can use them together with hormonal creams to reduce dryness and relieve irritation. In addition, such a combination will increase the effect of hormonal or other therapies you choose.

Systemic treatment for psoriasis and PsoEasy treatment

In many cases, psoriasis therapy begins with topical treatment. But sometimes the skin becomes resistant to these drugs and no longer responds to the previously selected topical therapy which means you have to start looking for stonger treatment.

Systemic drugs can be taken orally or by injection. Such drugs affect the body as a whole as they enter the bloodstream. Systemic treatments are used for patients with moderate to severe psoriasis or those resistant to other types of treatment.

Many of these drugs have strong side effects, so doctors limit their use to only severe or often recurrent cases of illness.

Even systemic medication requires topical therapy. But not all topical treatment products are combined with strong systemic therapy drugs. The PsoEasy line is based on natural ingredients and a special therapeutic formula that combines with various medications in the form of tablets or injections.

Below, you can get familiar with the list of drugs for systemic treatment of psoriasis which can be combined with the health-improving series of PsoEasy products.

Systemic treatments for psoriasis include the following medications:

Methotrexate reduces the proliferation of skin cells and suppresses the immune response. It is often prescribed to people with mild to severe psoriasis. This is one of the most effective treatments for people with erythroderma or pustular psoriasis.

Side effects include:

  • loss of appetite
  • fatigue

  • stomach disorder

Ciclosporin is a highly effective drug designed to suppress the immune system. Doctors usually prescribe this drug only to people with severe cases of psoriasis, because it weakens the immune system. In most cases, this medication is prescribed at short intervals because of the risk of high blood pressure.

Apremilast belongs to the group of inhibitors of PDE4. This drug acts on the body of the patient by reducing the body's reaction to inflammation. Apromilast is contraindicated in pregnant women, has a number of possible side effects, such as: headache, dizziness, nausea and disturbance of the gastrointestinal tract.

Acetrain is a drug of the retinoid group. It is used to treat moderate and severe psoriasis, reducing the production of skin cells. As with other systemic drugs, it has side effects, in particular, the risk of elevated cholesterol levels. Pregnant women, or those planning to become pregnant should not take this medication since it can cause congenital defects.

Hydroxyurea belongs to to a class of drugs called antimetabolites that act by inhibiting DNA replication. The drug can be used with phototherapy or supplemented with local PsoEasy. Possible side effects are expressed in a reduced level of red blood cells in the blood (anemia), a decrease in white blood cells and platelets. Pregnant women, or those planning to become pregnant, should not take hydroxyurea due to the risk of birth defects and an increased risk of miscarriage.

Immunomodulators (biological drugs) belong to a new class of drugs that are aimed at the immune response of your body. These drugs are administered by injection or by intravenous infusion (dropper). They are prescribed to people with moderate and severe psoriasis, if traditional methods of treatment have proved ineffective. Treatment with biologics can also be combined with PsoEasy topical treatment of PsoEasy.

Light therapy in combination with PsoEasy natural treatment

Phototherapy is a process in which the skin is exposed to natural or artificial ultraviolet (UV) light. Long-term phototherapy is associated with an increase in the incidence of skin cancer, i.e. melanoma. It is important to discuss phototherapy with your dermatologist before exposing yourself to high degree of ultraviolet radiation.

Phototherapy UVB

Artificial rays of ultraviolet light are often used to treat a mild form of psoriasis. This type of treatment enables you to handle individual spots or specific areas of the skin, rather than exposing the entire body to ultraviolet light. Side effects include itching, dry skin and redness in the treated areas. Therefore, combining such therapy with topial PsoEasy treatment will be very useful. In addition to their therapeutic effect, PsoEasy cream and oil effectively moisturize and nourish the skin and also eliminate itching as well as redness.

Photochemotherapy or (PUVA-therapy)

Psolaren is a photosensitive drug that can be combined with UVA light therapy as a treatment for psoriasis. Patients intake the medicine or apply the drug to the skin in the form of a cream, then the affected areas are amenable to ultraviolet action.This treatment is stronger and is often used only for patients with severe forms of psoriasis.

Combination of laser therapy and PsoEasy with psoriasis

Laser therapy is a promising development in the treatment of mild and moderate forms of psoriasis. This treatment method can be used in combination with natural PsoEasy products to increase the effectiveness of therapy and prolong a remission.

1. Eximer laser

Eximer lasers affect the skin with the help of ultraviolet light, emitting a very precise concentrated strip of UVV to the localized areas of psoriatic lesions on the body. The treatment of psoriasis with such a laser is painless. The procedure is from 5 to 15 minutes, depending on the number of affected areas. As a rule, patients require 10 to 20 procedures, up to 2-3 times a week. The average duration of treatment is from 3 to 4 months.

2. Pulsed dye laser

One of the newest methods of treating psoriasis is the use of a pulsed laser dye. The procedure lies in the laser destroying the tiny blood vessels around the psoriatic plaques, cutting off the bloodstream, and thus decreasing cell growth in this area. According to recent research from the US, there is evidence of the efficacy and safety of pulsed dye lasers for the treatment of psoriasis vulgaris.

In conclusion, it's worth noting that PsoEasy preparations contain a unique natural formula, herbal extracts and essential oils. Such a composition makes them a perfect complement for the comprehensive treatment of psoriasis, regardless of the therapy you choose. They do not cause any side effects and do not reduce the effect of other treatments, but on the contrary make it more effective and complete.

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