Itchy skin

What is itchy skin? - Itching is a common symptom for many people with psoriasis. A good basic skin care routine can help prevent these symptoms, through regular use of emollients to keep the skin from drying out.

Once symptoms occur, some people experience a transient relief by applying their regular high-water level emollient to the itchy skin, possible by the cooling effect that follows evaporation of the water from the skin surface. However, some formulations contain anti-itch (antipruritic) agents that may provide instant relief once the symptoms occur.

If you suffer from itchy skin, choose a moisturiser that contains lauromacrogols. Products containing this ingredient can help block the sensation of itch in the skin and soothe the itching.

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