Eczema, Psoriasis

Your skin cells are constantly renewing themselves. New cells are growing while old cells die and are shed off from the surface of the skin. Psoriasis is a chronic condition that is the result of skin cells growing too quickly causing a build-up of excess skin cells on the surface of the skin to form thick silvery patches. These patches of dry, flaky skin are called plaques.


This abnormal proliferation of skin cells can be found anywhere on the body but in mild cases, it is more commonly found on the knees, elbows and the scalp. Sometimes the condition is barely noticeable and is often dismissed.. In severe cases, the condition can spread over very large regions of the body or in some cases, the entire body is covered with thick, layers of flaky skin.

It is not known what causes Psoriasis but despite its unsightly appearance, it is not contagious. There is no known cure for psoriasis but it can be controlled with certain medications or topical lotions and crèmes.
Psoriasis can affect anyone of any age, gender or race.

The Symptoms of Psoriasis

  • Raised bumps, thickened and scaly skin manifesting in patches
  • Red bumps or blisters filled with pus
  • Tiny blood spots on the skin
  • Patches of flaky skin on the scalp appearing to be dandruff
  • Finger nails and toe nails have yellowish brown appearance
  • Lesions on the genitals
  • Symptoms can be found in any region of the body

Treating Psoriasis

Although there is no cure for psoriasis it can be kept at bay with a topical solution such as DMK BETA GEL especially where only small areas are affected. This can be supplemented with a treatments such as DMK’s ENZYME THERAPY which is a highly effective solution for bringing relief to psoriasis.

For much larger areas of the body that are affected by psoriasis, DMK’s BODY ENZYME THERAPYTreatment is the answer. Enzyme therapy restores the skin’s natural processes at a deep cell level which helps it to function normally. This helps to keep the psoriasis in check.

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