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Psoriasis:  An autoimmune disease in which red, scaly patches are formed on the skin.

Going by definitions alone, psoriasis seems to be a fairly harmless disease. But, if you are suffering from psoriasis or know someone who is, then you would know just much it can affect one’s daily life and routines. Every minute of every day is a struggle, fighting to control the wildfire that engulfs your skin and offers no respite.

During Psoriasis Awareness Month, educate yourself on this chronic disease and help others by spreading the word!

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Symptoms of Psoriasis

Quick Facts

7.5 million

The number of Americans suffering from psoriasis.

125 million

The number of people worldwide suffering from psoriasis.


The number of people diagnosed with psoriasis in the USA every year.


Percentage of cases where patients end up with psoriatic arthritis.

15 – 35 years

The age at which a person is most likely to develop psoriasis.


Percentage of psoriasis patients who find it to be a major problem in their daily lives.

Types of Psoriasis


Plaque Psoriasis

The most commonly occurring form, it appears as raised, red patches covered with a white layer of dead skin cells.


Guttate Psoriasis

In this form of psoriasis, the disease manifests in the form of small, dot-like lesions.


Inverse Psoriasis

Inverse psoriasis shows up in body folds, like behind the knee, under the arm, or in the groin region in the form of bold red lesions.


Pustular Psoriasis

In the case of pustular psoriasis, the disease forms white pustules (filled with pus) which are surrounded by red skin.


Erythrodermic Psoriasis

A rare, yet highly dangerous type, it causes the skin to peel off in sheets amidst severe, fiery pain and itching.

Triggers of Psoriasis


Living with Psoriasis

Skin disorders come with a host of problems that are usually not fully recognized for the discomfort they cause. With more than half the people afflicted by psoriasis reporting that it seriously affects their daily lives, psoriasis can affect you physically, mentally, and emotionally in the long term.

Just picture yourself living with a disease that spreads across your body, causes pain and discomfort all day long, and ultimately has a detrimental impact on your quality of life, your relationships and other social interactions.

Controlling psoriasis is a daily battle and requires immense effort and discipline. A lot of psoriasis patients lose confidence in themselves and it comes as no surprise that they are more likely to suffer from depression. However, with constant medication and by staying mindful of the various triggers, one can restrict the impact of psoriasis on their skin as well as their quality of life. 


The Hylunia Approach

Topical treatments for psoriasis generally focus on retaining moisture and helping the skin peel off faster. While this certainly helps minimize the condition, a better approach would be one which helps accelerate the body’s own healing process and thus promotes natural healing.

With Hylunia’s Natural Psoriasis/Eczema Treatment System, your skin’s healing abilities are heightened thanks to the presence of higher molecular weight hyaluronic acid. Adding colloidal silver to the mix makes this system highly effective at treating serious skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Formulated using only natural or naturally derived ingredients, including soothing ingredients like lavender and shea butter, it helps you maintain smooth and healthy skin after an outbreak.

If you or anyone you know is suffering from psoriasis, then your search for the ideal treatment is finally over! Buy the kit now or try out our free samples and notice the incredible impact it has on your skin!

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