Psoriatic alopecia, also known as psoriatic hair loss and refers to a specific form of hair loss that occurs in conjunction with scalp psoriasis. Psoriatic alopecia is a relatively rare complication of scalp psoriasis, affecting a small percentage of people with psoriasis.
Many people experience scalp issues at some point in their lives and one common symptom is itchiness which occurs at the bottom of the scalp. This symptom can often affect our daily lives, causing discomfort.
Approximately 2 in 100 people will suffer with psoriasis and it tends to develop in adults between 20 and 30 years of age or it can reveal itself later in life. We answered some of the most common questions.
You will have checked our ingredients and noticed the inclusion of sodium laureth sulfate in our ingredient lists, also known as SLES. Yes, it’s a sulfate - but do you know your lauryl and laureths and the reasoning behind it's inclusion?
The steps you take with your hair once out of the shower are just as, if not more important than the steps you take in the shower. We all know about choosing the right shampoo and conditioners for our hair types, we know when to double cleanse, we all know the steps for how to wash our hair correctly. What should you NOT be doing?
Winter psoriasis usually starts on the elbows and scalp, in circular areas of red and darker skin. They tend to be covered with a white hard layer of skin sometimes looking scaly and can be quite dense and coarse. They can crack and bleed and leave itchy sore like areas over the skin.
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