I have always had an issue with severely dry and itchy skin, especially on my legs. Although it isn't psoriasis, I don't have much luck with regular dry skin products and lotions, as they tend to really not do much at all.
Actually, I have used some of the more expensive brands and have had the worst luck with these. On top of the heavily scented lotions and creams, and yes, even the ones that say unscented and say they are for extremely dry skin,actually still have an odd scent to them, and I'm sorry, I thought unscented meant what it says?
I also really can't stand when these lotions are so heavy and I'm not sure how it works, but they might look like they're helping, but they're really just kind of making my legs and feet feel and look greasy, and somehow, (must be some strange form of science), I can even see the dry skin in the greasy parts!!? So weird, I really don't know what else to say about that but I know it annoys me a lot.
I do use specific lotions, and even though they aren't targeted towards people with severely dry skin, I still use them because I like the way they work and smell. They work well on other parts, but tend to not do so much for the dry patches. (Again, they didn't really claim they would, so I can't hold that against them). Point is, I have yet to find something that works on the super duper dry parts and with my disorders, it's hard enough to have the confidence to wear anything but pants, the dry skin just makes it way worse.
One of the worst things about RSD is the way it constantly burns and burns and feels like my legs, feet and ankles are on fire, literally! I even have big welts and burns appear out of nowhere and then burn blisters start to form, and those don't go away so easily. I can barely ever shave, and that really sucks, I hate it.
Ok, so on with the good stuff:)
I am very, very, very happy with Dermasolve Psoriasis Treatment Cream!
I like everything about this magical stuff, from the bright and happy packaging, all the way to the serious relief from itching, irritation, scaling, and redness.
I am up a lot at night, and get very little sleep, usually due to either numbness, pain, burning, restless leg syndrome, charley horses, and ITCHING!!
I swear I think itching is the worst, and this is a problem I have had for much longer then just my regular medical issues. I have medications for everything else, (even though they don't always seem to work so well, and the weather is sometimes brutal!), but when I can cope with the pain, it never fails, the constant urge to have to scratch and my flaky, goofy legs are a big problem at night time for me. Especially in the colder months, I can not find relief, at least none as good as this so far!
I am shocked that this stuff is also truly, unscented! It doesn't smell like anything, what so ever, and I can't stress that enough. I haven't been able to find a product that really had no scent, even when it says so.
Dermasolve worked instantly and I was able to see a huge difference in my legs from the 1st use. It is indeed , fast absorbing and it doesn't have the greasy feeling, or look, and it actually penetrates your skin and helps. As a matter of fact, I noticed that with regular use, this really started to show overall improvement in my dry skin patches, and after just a couple nights, I couldn't even find the dry skin that tends to always stick in my clothing, yuck! Black pants are the worst, of course because I can see it more, but I couldn't even find any after a few nights!!
Dermasolve Psoriasis Cream is perfect for:
It is also:
I was checking out their website, and found that they also have shampoo, scalp oil, milk bath, and body wash!!
They also offer money saving kits if you're like me and are probably in need of more then one product.
I would love to hear what you think!!
Have you ever had any luck with products like this? What types of symptoms do you have? What have you found that has helped you so far?
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