Thursday, September 18, 2008

Psoriasis Buster Cream

Psoriasis buster

Our product is 100% herbal ingredient, no chemicals including, works very efficiently on any type of psoriasis skin infections. Psoriasis buster ® is
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What is the Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a disease whose main symptom is grey or silvery flaky patches on the skin which are red and inflamed underneath. It affects 2 percent of the population in the UK. Commonly affected areas include the scalp, elbows, knees, navel, palms, ears and groin. Psoriasis is autoimmune in origin, and is not contagious. Around a quarter of people with psoriasis also suffer from psoriatic arthritis, which is similar to rheumatoid arthritis in its effects. It may appear for the first time at any age, although it is more likely to appear between the ages of 11 and 45.

Psoriasis was first given that name in complete differentiation from other skin conditions by the Austrian dermatologist Ferdinand von Hebra in 1841, although there are what are believed to be descriptions of the disease in sources going back to ancient Roman and possibly even biblical times. Psoriasis is derived from the Greek word 'psora', which means itch.

Psoriasis - the facts

What are the symptoms?
Normally there is a constant shedding of dead cells. However, due to the acceleration of the replacement process, both dead and live cells accumulate on the skin surface.
Often this causes red, flaky, crusty patches covered with silvery scales, which are shed easily.
It can occur on any part of the body although it is most commonly found on the elbows, knees, lower back and the scalp.
It can also cause intense itching and burning.

Who is at risk?
Psoriasis affects approximately 3% of people globally.
It can start at any age, but most often develops between the ages of 11 and 45, often at puberty.
The condition is not contagious and most people have only small patches of their body affected.

There is a genetic link and it tends to run in families. About 30% of people with one first degree relative with psoriasis develop the condition.
This genetic tendency appears to need to be triggered by infection; certain medicines, including ibuprofen and lithium; psychological factors, including stress; or skin trauma.

Fast Facts
Psoriasis is a dry, scaly skin condition in which cells are produced too quickly
Normally skin cells take about 21 to 28 days to replace themselves, in psoriasis they take around 2 to 6 days
It affects approximately 3% of people globally
It usually develops between the ages of 11 and 45
It is not contagious

Psoriasis is unpredictable
Some people with the condition suffer from social exclusion and discrimination

What are the causes of Psoriasis?

Psoriasis is a condition which runs in families, but the exact way in which the disease moves from generation to generation has not yet been established. Although the tendency to contract psoriasis is stored in a person's genes, it is by no means certain that it will ever develop.
However, exposure to certain stimuli, such as a streptococcal infection in the throat, alcohol, medicines or local irritation or damage to the skin, may cause an outbreak of psoriasis in persons who have this genetic predisposition.
There are two main types of psoriasis: Psoriasis vulgaris (plaque psoriasis) and Psoriasis pustulosa (pustular psoriasis). The different types of psoriasis can be divided into subgroups according to severity, duration, location on the body and appearance of the lesions.
Around six percent of the people who have psoriasis also get psoriatic arthritis in the joints. Psoriatic arthritis primarily occurs in fingers and toes, but is also quite common in the back bone.

Psoriasis is driven by the immune system, especially involving a type of white blood cell called a T cell. Normally, T cells help protect the body against infection and disease. In the case of psoriasis, T cells are put into action by mistake and become so active that they trigger other immune responses which lead to inflammation and to rapid turnover of skin cells. These cells pile up on the surface of the skin, forming itchy patches or plaques.

The first outbreak of psoriasis is often triggered by emotional or mental stress or physical skin injury, but heredity is a major factor as well. In about one-third of the cases, there is a family history of psoriasis. Researchers have studied a large number of families affected by psoriasis and identified genes linked to the disease. (Genes govern every bodily function and determine the inherited traits passed from parent to child.)

People with psoriasis may notice that there are times when their skin worsens, then improves. Conditions that may cause flare ups include infections, stress, and changes in climate that dry the skin. Also, certain medicines, including Lithium salt and beta blockers, which are prescribed for high blood pressure, may trigger an outbreak or worsen the disease.

Our Psoriasis unconventional Treatments

Psoriasis buster
Medication for one month only 20 USD + shipping

Inside Malaysia, the price is 50 MR + Shipping

Package: Container 140 gram of Herbal Cream
Youmay need medication for 3 months to get a good result.

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