Tempted to try scrubs, brushes, or peels intended for people without psoriasis? Read these do’s and don’ts from a dermatologist.
Cool weather brings with it more opportunities for flares. Here’s how to combat them.
There are several indexes used to categorize how severe someone’s psoriasis is. But do they take into account all the variables?
Research indicates that men have more severe psoriasis symptoms and are more likely to use biologic or systemic treatments than women.
Tattoos can be tempting, but they can also cause problems if you have psoriasis.
Nickel, latex, household chemicals and more can cause skin irritation. Here’s how to prevent an allergic reaction to common irritants.
Living with Psoriasis: How to decide if participating in a clinical trial is right for you.
Experts recommend using sunscreen with at least SPF of 15. In the spring of 2017, a chain pharmacy in the U.S. pulled all sunscreen with less than SPF 15 from its shelves.
Topical treatments made with medical marijuana might reduce pain, itching, and inflammation caused by psoriasis.
Most people get a bruise now and then. But some people bruise more easily than others. Why?