How to Treat Psoriasis
According to the National Psoriasis Foundation: Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that causes raised, red, scaly patches to appear on the skin. According to the Australian Government’s site Health Direct Australia website; Psoriasis is a long-term skin condition, that can also affect joints. There are several different types of psoriasis.
Treatment for Psoriasis:
Whilst at present the condition cannot be fully cured, there are a number of treatment options. These include steroid, corticosteroid creams and for the more severe forms, Methotrexate, cyclosporin, acitretin and narrow-band ultraviolet B phototherapy and the latest are the biologics. As with all medicines, all these products have side effects associated with them. These drugs primarily suppress the person’s immune system and reduce their ability to produce an effective immune response. This in turn will reduce the severity of the skin condition, however, the use of immune suppressants will leave the body open to infections and other side effects associated with individual drugs and the mechanism of action.
ENDOR™ – Safe treatment of psoriasis.
ENDOR products are based on the discovery of an immune product produced by the T-cells of the immune system. ENDOR signals the activated immune response to return to normal levels. It is not clear as how this affects the proliferation of the skin cells but ENDOR works effectively in reducing the symptoms of psoriasis and allowing the healing process to take over.
The following is our recommended treatment for Psoriasis using ENDOR™ products:
1- ENDOR Dermatitis Care capsules: Take 4 capsules per day: 2 in the morning and 2 at night. For management; 2 capsules per day: 1 in the morning and 1 at night.
2- ENDOR Exfoliant to remove excess skin. Use once per day. This is very important, to make sure that the flaky and hardened skin is removed to allow the treatment cream to be absorbed into the skin. ENDOR Exfoliant is designed to exfoliate the skin, without causing an immune response and a flare up.
3- ENDOR 3.5 for moderate to severe conditions and is to be applied topically on the lesions. ENDOR 3.5 contains citrate at pH 5.5, so when applied to broken skin, it might sting a bit. this is due to the citrate and no harm will be done. ENDOR 3.5 needs to be applied at least twice per day.
4- ENDOR cream for mild to moderate conditions and is to be applied topically as above. Use ENDOR cream for management of the condition, once the lesions are successfully treated and for any future blemishes.
We suggest that you use ENDOR Gentlewash, as an all over wash, as this does not contain any harsh cleaning agents and leaves the skin clean and soft.