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Scalp Psoriasis & What The Best Treatment For It Is

scalp psoriasis

According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, 50 percent of people with psoriasis will develop some scaling on their scalp. Scalp psoriasis can be anywhere from mild to severe and extend beyond the hairline to the back of the neck, around the ears, and onto the forehead. It can even cause temporary hair loss from the skin condition being aggravated, itched, and triggered to a more severe degree. What can be done about the intensity and look of scalp psoriasis?

Known Treatments for Scalp Psoriasis

Scalp psoriasis treatment has been an ongoing and ever-changing option from store shelves to dermatologist recommendations. While the main advice is to avoid scratching and causing the scalp psoriasis to worsen and spread, there are multiple treatment choices that have been used for decades. Some of them are:

  • Topical steroids still remain the top treatment for psoriasis conditions.
  • Oral antihistamines, these can help relieve the histamine reaction that can occur when flare-ups occur.
  • Over the counter topical creams, which can include corticosteroid creams, to help relieve the intensity of psoriasis temporarily.
  • Lotions with mineral oil or petroleum to give the skin a boost of moisture and reduce the size of your psoriasis flare up.
  • Anti-itch creams, ointments, sprays, and medication to stop the severity of itch caused by stress and psoriasis.

However, a lot of these treatments for scalp psoriasis are thick and gooey, which a lot of people are not thrilled about for day-to-day use. It can cause your hairline to become greasy quickly and create a generally unhappy appearance for the person dealing with their psoriasis. For some of these treatments, one of the main ingredients is tar. It disturbed us too, learning that a remedy for a skin condition is something as toxic and unhealthy as tar. This is even an ingredient in cigarettes, therefore why would it be used to heal and relieve scalp psoriasis?

Luckily for all suffering from psoriasis in any form, there are more alternative and factually healthy treatments!

Natural Scalp Psoriasis Treatment

While there are the normal easy options to reduce the flare-ups and mishaps of having scalp psoriasis (wearing light-colored clothing to hide the flaking, avoiding hot temperatures on the scalp, not scrubbing or rubbing heavily on the scalp), we know of an actual known treatment to help. Wild Naturals developed a whole line of body, face, and hair care with natural, plant-based ingredients. This includes a line for aiding in eczema and psoriasis relief!

With a body cream, body wash, and shampoo and conditioner set specifically created for eczema and psoriasis, these can benefit your stressed skin with natural aid. The key ingredients in each of these products are organic aloe vera, not water as most skincare lists, manuka honey, coconut oil extract, and cehami flower extract.

Each of these ingredients boasts powerful benefits that will relieve and reduce the affected areas of eczema or psoriasis. With the shampoo and conditioner, aloe vera is a natural soother filled with vitamins and minerals, with deep hydration elements. Manuka honey is a known medicinal treatment for its healing, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties. Coconut oil extract is a light foaming agent in these products, with no sulfates that help nourish your hair and scalp without irritating it. Cehami flower extract is an Australian flower with high anti-inflammatory and cellular generation properties and is three times more effective than Aspirin as an analgesic (pain and itch relief).

Combined, this shampoo and conditioner will bring you great relief and reduce the severity of your scalp psoriasis without the use of steroids, harmful chemicals, or medication. We know the difficulties of handling scalp psoriasis and thus created this line to help those suffering from it. No more painful and itchy scalp – benefited naturally! Visit our shop today and feel free to contact us at Wild Naturals for any questions or advice!