Auto-Immunity & Psoriasis

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease, meaning that part of the body’s immune system has become overactive and attacks normal tissues in the body.

It will not help you to simply buy skincare and hope for healing. Rather, a whole body approach is necessary to care for your gut, feed your system and meanwhile give kind, natural nourishment to your skin.

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Be sure to consult with your health practitioner to take the best steps forward in your psoriasis care journey. Beyond your skin, there are a number of things to consider:

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Take the Natural Approach

At Dhana, we aim to help you alleviate the crippling irritations associated with psoriasis. Let us help you with natural treatments for skin and digestive care. Consider what our return customers have to say:

I used to have horribly itchy psoriasis on my scalp. With the use of Align-mint peppermint & tea-tree shampoo bar, it’s all disappeared! – Cecile L.

Natural Treatment Options:

  • Rather than lotion, that pulls moisture from your skin, consider using an all-natural vegetable oil. A gentle massage of coconut oil into affected areas will enhance a rich hydrated sensation. Repeat up to twice daily.
  • Products like a Pure & Pretty Soap designed for baby-soft and sensitive skin are ideal for psoriasis sufferers.
  • Other natural supplements include magnesium found in eating nuts and soaking in bath salts.
  • If you live close to the ocean, consider taking a dip. 
  • Using essential oils? Be sure to dilute them to avoid unwanted irritation. Alone or blended, we recommend lavender, clove, tea tree, peppermint and citrus essential oils for their cleansing and antiseptic qualities. 
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close up of a woman with arms crossed on a table. We see her bleu shirt as a background for the words "World Psoriasis Day" Oct 23rd
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