Conventional treatments may seem enticing at first however these expensive treatments are dangerous. Though they often will give initial results of improvement the body tends to develop a tolerance to them. These products contain synthetic steroids that are very easily absorbed into the body.
One method that has helped a lot of folks that I personally know, who have shared their testimonies to me is to avoid harsh soaps. Using mild soaps such as goat milk soap has helped many who suffer from eczema and mild cases of psoriasis. Of course this is not a guaranteed cure, but is just one step to reducing if not eliminating such symptoms.
As Dr. Mercola mentions in this video, not to scratch but to apply a salt based solution such as Himalayan salt. There have been many studies on how sea salt affects these conditions that has led many to flock to the Dead Sea, to actually soak their entire body in the Dead Sea Salt.
Psoriasis and eczema can be allergic conditions triggered by many things, such as household chemicals, laundry detergent, jewelry, and perfumes. Also your diet and amount of sun exposure can also affect such conditions as well. Make sure to drink plenty of water, and avoid wheat and glutton containing grains, and foods such as milk and eggs. A good source of Omega-3 is essential also. Plant based omega-3 such as flax seed will not reduce the inflammation of the skin but animal based fats like fish and krill oil are highly recommended.
Using the standard conventional may seem very appealing and even recommended by your doctor, but before you opt to undergo such treatments I encourage you if you haven’t already to research and try some of these other changes first. I know that they will not be as easy as just taking a pill or rubbing on a cream, but could be much, much healthier for you in many ways.