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What It Means When Doctors Try New Psoriasis Treatments

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What It Means When Doctors Try New Psoriasis Treatments


Many people dread the drop in temperatures because it means their health condition worsens. Millions of Americans struggle with psoriasis and it is the most common autoimmune disease. Therefore, when doctors reveal a new psoriasis treatment, should everyone with psoriasis jump for joy, or remain leery?

Psoriasis Treatments & The Right Kind

Psoriasis is more than just a skin condition and it affects people of all races, ages, and lifestyles. The condition can also be difficult to manage. Therefore, doctors at the Medical College of Georgia are working on new ways to treat psoriasis.  MCG Division Chief of Dermatology, Dr. Loretta Davis says the condition can be difficult to manage because there are so many unique varieties. She says often, the medications are expensive and insurance fights pitch in on this struggle.

“We have a lot of co-morbidities meaning that their psoriasis maybe also a risk factor for cardiac disease and so all this inflammation in the body is affecting not only their joints and their skin, but also their heart and they need these medications,” Dr. Davis explains.

The struggles clinicians face every day when it comes to treating psoriasis make MCG cell physiologist Dr. Wendy Bollag’s research a game changer. “The more tools we have the better we're going to be able to take care of our patients,” says Dr. Davis. Dr. Bollag is studying how phosphatidylglycerol could help psoriatic patients by reducing inflammation.

Phosphatidylglycerol is a fat that already exists in our body so Dr. Bollag says it could be a better alternative to some of the drugs currently on the market that have serious side effects. “We thought that phosphatidylglycerol would be able to inhibit inflammation induced by some of these danger signals, these anti-microbial peptides, and in fact, that's what we found,” says Dr. Bollag. “We think it should be really safe because it is naturally occurring,” Dr. Bollag points out.

Now, the release date and trails of this type of treatment are unknown, so what should psoriasis sufferers do in the meantime? The best way to treat a skin condition is to consider what you’re putting on your skin!

Wild Naturals Psoriasis Skin Care

Many dermatologists and skin care professionals promote drugstore style creams and lotions for psoriasis sufferers. For decades this has been the normal and homey remedy for skin problems. However, mineral oil and petroleum have since become the enemy in skin care. These ingredients create a sealed barrier over the skin, keeping dry skin dry and any moisturizing properties above the skin’s layers, effectively voiding any nourishment.

Hydrated skin is very important for your skin’s health, for the cellular turnover, and keeping those pesky wrinkles at bay. With psoriasis and eczema creams, most have one of these two harmful ingredients in them. However, Wild Naturals saw the importance of natural ingredients and beneficial properties for skin care! Every line and skin care product by Wild Naturals contains the best and most hydrating ingredients in them.

Some of these nutrient-rich ingredients are:

Aloe vera – not just for sunburns, this is the first ingredient on the list, instead of water, to nourish and protect the skin.

Coconut oil – this trendy powerhouse is the ultimate moisturizer and contains high penetrating qualities to keep the skin strong and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Manuka Honey – a market favorite for both internal and external use, it is highly anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, moisturizing, and fights both acne and wrinkles!

Cehami Flower Extract – an Australian flower that has intense anti-inflammatory and cellular regeneration properties, like manuka honey. It is also a knockout analgesic, which relieves pain and itch similar to aspirin, which is great for psoriasis and eczema.

Shea Butter – this classic skin care ingredient stands true to its protective qualities from burns, wounds, wrinkles, scars, and skin conditions.

Each of these ingredients and more are jam-packed in the Wild Naturals skin care lines. To benefit you and any of your skin concerns, you will be amazed at the results of natural skin care products and never go back to anything else! Visit the online store today and start repairing your psoriasis or eczema problem areas!