Mahonia Aquifolium, Calendula officinalis, Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), Tea Tree Oil (Click to read more), BeesWax, Aloe Vera, Chickweed (Stellaria media), Grape Seeds Oil, Wheat germ Oil, Chamomile (Anthemis nobilis), Chickweed (Stellaria media), Almond oil, Smilax aristolochiaefolia Root, Nettle Extract ; Goldenseals, Dead Sea Mud, Olive oil, Vitamin E. Contains no steroids or gluten.
Treatment Cream PsoEasy
Contemporary medicines to fight psoriasis produced in many different ways. This may be tablets, injections, solutions for infusions, ointments, sprays and creams. They differ influence principles, and are also intended to treat various forms of disease. Psoriasis cream is one of the widespread dosage forms which can be effectively used in various capacities. PsoEasy topical cream is a great option for psoriasis, which is widely used today. Cream is applied topically on the affected area of the skin, relieves itching and peeling, actively moisturizes and nourishes skin cells, eliminating the inflammatory process in a short period of time. After the application to the skin the cream is rapidly absorbed without dirtying clothing, unlike ointments. This is a good property of PsoEasy psoriasis cream.
The PsoEasy Treatment Cream is designed to by skin conditions such as, eczema, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and seborrhea. PsoEasy Treatment Cream effectively alleviate and control various skin symptoms such as dryness, redness, flaking, scaling and irritation. The unique formula actually contains over 20 natural ingredients, including mahonia aquifolium, clinically proven as an aid in treating psoriasis. PsoEasy Treatment Cream is easy to use, immediately absorbed by the skin, and emits a lovely smell.
Cosmetics and Spa Items from the Dead Sea - ‘PsoEasy’
How to use
Carefully clean the affected areas, dry out and apply twice a day (morning and evening) for about two weeks non-stop. Many patients who have tried the cream claim a significant improvement in the appearance of their skin after at least 14 consecutive days of care. If you are seeing a dermatologist, consult the dermatologist before starting to use the cream.