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Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory and proliferative condition of the skin. It is an auto-immune disorder causing red, scaly, raised patches to appear on the skin. It typically affects the outside of the elbows, knees or scalp, though it can appear on any location.
It affects about 2 - 3% of people worldwide involving all age groups, gender and ethnicity.
Even after numerous researches and studies, scientists are unable to reach a conclusion on the exact cause for Psoriasis. But, it is known that the immune system and genetics play a major role in it. The psoriatic lesions are caused due to proliferation of skin cells at an abnormally fast rate.
A variety of factors ranging from infections to emotional stress and trauma or injury can cause an episode of psoriasis. The triggers vary from individual to individual. Here are some common triggering factors,
Psoriasis is not a contagious disease. Also, psoriatic lesions are not infectious.
The affected areas of skin typically appear reddened and contain dry, itchy, silvery scales. These ares of skin may also be more sensitive and cause a burning or painful sensation.
There is no once-and-for-all cure for psoriasis. Treatment aims to clear the rash as much as possible. However, as psoriasis tends to flare up from time to time, you may need courses of treatment on and off . All treatments don’t work the same for everyone.
A moisturizing cream for flaky & irritated skin.
A shampoo for dry, flaky & itchy scalp.
A repair lotion for sensitive, flaky & itchy scalp.
We recommend to apply Sorion Cream 3 times per day.
As each person is different, the time required to begin seeing a noticeable difference varies. However, a person should begin seeing a noticeable difference within 4-6 weeks of regular use as instructed on the Sorion label.
No, Sorion is 100% steroid-free.
No, titanium dioxide is not clinically proven to be harmful. Because titanium dioxide is a coloring pigment, it is only used as a whitening agent in Sorion Cream.
No, there are no harmful ingredients in Sorion.
Yes, Sorion is safe to use while breastfeeding.
Yes, Sorion is safe to use while pregnant.
Yes, Sorion is safe to use for children.
Yes. As Sorion repairs psoriatic lesions, skin appearance returns to normal, so there may be itchiness as the skin becomes healed.
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