How to Reduce Psoriasis on Your Face
Are you looking for a solution to your psoriasis? The HOCL in PurClarity’s Revitalizing Mist might be the solution for you. Let us discuss the causes and symptoms of psoriasis and see how using our HOCL Revitalizing Mist can help reduce it on your face.
What Is Psoriasis?
Psoriasis is a common chronic skin condition resulting in thick, red, and itchy scaly patches on different body parts. It can appear on the eyelids, cheeks, chin, knees, elbows, and trunk. The symptoms of psoriasis appear and disappear in cycles.
Symptoms of Psoriasis
- The appearance of psoriasis can be:
- Red patches covered with thick scales
- Dry, itchy, and cracked skin that might bleed
- Tough and inflamed skin
- Burning and irritated skin
These symptoms appear on different body parts; the affected areas can be large or small. Many people are bothered by the symptoms of psoriasis, especially if it appears on the face.
The plagues on the affected areas cause embarrassment and make the psoriasis patients self-conscious. The embarrassment causes people to shy away from public events and dating.
Causes of Psoriasis
Psoriasis results from immune system issues that cause the skin to regenerate faster than expected. The rapid generation of cells leads to thick patches, scales, and dry skin. However, dermatologists have never found the exact cause of the malfunction of the immunity system, but they associate psoriasis flare-ups with genetic and environmental factors.
Here are factors that lead to the flare-up of psoriasis:
- Very cold or hot temperatures
- Infections that affect the immunity system
- Skin injuries like insect bites, cuts, or burns
- Excessive smoking or alcohol intake
- Certain medications, like heart medications and blood pressure medications
How to Reduce Psoriasis Using Purclarity HOCL Revitalizing Mist
Our HOCl PurClarity Revitalizing Mist is a non-invasive psoriasis treatment that calms and reduces the symptoms of psoriasis without causing more harm to your skin or immunity system.
Hypochlorous acid (HOCL), the main ingredient in our revitalizing mist, is a compound naturally produced by the body to heal the skin. It is made by white blood cells to defend the skin against germs, infections, and bacteria. It defends the skin by attacking and breaking down the pathogenic cells.
Using HOCL revitalizing Mist to reduce psoriasis offers the following benefits:
Speeds Up the Natural Healing Of the Skin
HOCL in PurClarity HOCl Revitalizing Mist is a replica of the component used by the body to heal the skin. Therefore, applying the mist helps to heal the affected skin faster. In addition, it repairs the damaged skin, ensuring you are not left with scars or black spots.
Hypochlorous acid is good for psoriasis because it has properties that reduce inflammation. Remember that psoriasis results from skin inflammation, and therefore our revitalizing mist helps to tame the symptoms of the condition resulting from inflammation.
Gentle On All Types of Skin
HOCL is a gentle ingredient that heals the skin without causing further damage. It does not cause irritation, burning, or dryness like other skin care products. Because of its mildness, it works well with all types of skin, including the most sensitive ones. It does not contain toxins like dyes, perfumes, or harsh chemicals.
Repairs and Restores Damaged Skin
HOCL has wound healing capabilities and therefore works to heal and repair parts of the skin damaged by psoriasis. It restores your damaged skin to its natural and smooth state.
It Is Safe to Use Several Times a Day
HOCL in Revitalizing Mist is safe to use daily if your skin is prone to flare-ups. Psoriasis symptoms can be triggered at anytime by different factors, so you should be ready with a solution whenever it happens. Our revitalizing mist is safe for everyday use, even on days when your skin is not flared up, because it is a natural component of the body.
Our Revitalizing Mist is packed in a small bottle that is easy to carry around. Whether going to the beach on a summer afternoon or ice skating, you can slide your revitalizing Mist into your cloth pockets. This ensures that you are harmed if these extreme temperatures trigger the symptoms.
Heals other chronic Skin Care Conditions
Our HOCL revitalizing mist is good for psoriasis and other inflammatory skin conditions like eczema, acne, and rosacea. If sensitive skin is prone to these conditions, incorporate PurClarity HOCl Revitalizing Mist into your skincare routine.
How to Add HOCL Purclarity Revitalizing Mist to Your Skincare Routine
To get the best results from revitalizing mist, you should spray it on a clean face. It would be best if you cleaned your face to get rid of bacteria and oils so it can be appropriately treated. Here are steps on how to incorporate HOCL PurClarity Revitalizing Mist into your routine for the best results:
- Wash the affected areas to eliminate bacteria, oils, and dirt that contribute to the eruption of psoriasis symptoms.
- Use mild and gentle soaps to prevent further irritation or skin damage.
- Gently pat dry the affected areas with a soft and clean towel or cloth.
- Apply a moisturizer that does not contain parabens, perfumes, dyes, or other toxins.
- Generously spray our HOCL PurClarity Revitalizing Mist on your entire face or any other affected body part.
In addition to using our revitalizing mist for psoriasis, you should not apply makeup to the affected areas; you should eat healthily and avoid skincare products with toxic ingredients.
When to See a Doctor
Most people manage psoriasis symptoms with over-the-counter products or diet changes. However, these treatment options might not work for severe symptoms. If your symptoms do not reduce after a week of using these remedies, visit a dermatologist or your healthcare provider.
There is no cure for psoriasis, but there are various treatments that calm the symptoms.
The treatment of psoriasis depends on its severity. Mild symptoms can be controlled by diet change, intake of vitamin C, or by applying over-the-counter medications like our Revitalizing Mist. On the other hand, severe conditions might require more powerful topical treatments, oral medications, injections, therapies, and biologic medications.