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My Effective Treatment for psoriasis

Psoriasis has been an issue for me for over 50 years. For the vast of those tears I had no idea what it was. It manifest itself as very dry
and coarse skin around the elbows and knees. Eventually it began to
spread and this year the new areas were extremely itchy. Various
ointments and oils were helpful for awhile but eventually lost there
efficacy.

Out of frustration I applied Calmoseptine. I not only found lasting
relief from the itch but most of the inflamed areas are disappearing.
Even the really coarse areas around the knees and elbows.

Originally applied twice a day, or more if the itching started to
return. Now it is applied every few days mostly as a preventive treatment.

The psoriasis is almost a non issue at this time. Appearance
wise there is a residue left over, even after showering, that leaves a
faint white-ish pink tone in the areas where calmoseptine was applied.

My question is to ask of he group is whether anyone had any experience with Calmoseptine as a treatment for psoriasis and is a long time application harmful?

I look forward to your response.

Best Regards,

Pete O'Connell

  1. Hi , thank you so much for taking the time to share here. It is wonderful to read that you've found something that helps you manage your psoriasis! I think we actually did have one or two people mention Calmoseptine before - if I come across their comments again I will send them a link to this discussion. Do you recall how long it took for you to start noticing that your psoriasis was calming down?

    With regards to long-term use, I would check in with your pharmacist if you can. They are very knowledgeable on these things and are likely to know the answer to your question. If you are able to ask them, we'd love to hear what they say! Thank you again for sharing - it's always great to hear from people who are finding some relief. Warmly, -Catherine, Community Moderator

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