Nutritional supplements

Psoriasis and food - Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory condition. Flare-ups can be triggered by various environmental influences. One of these is your diet. What you eat and importantly, perhaps, what you don’t eat.

For some people with psoriasis, your nutrition can be a good way to start making small changes that can help you manage your condition and symptoms. Because everybody eats, choosing the right nutritional compounds in our diet can impact our health.

Why supplements?

Supplements offer a convenient way to address this. Without requiring major lifestyle changes, nutritional supplements can be taken when it suits your daily routines. For instance, leave them next to your favourite day-time topical emollient.

Please select the ingredient group(s) you want to exclude:
Fragrances
E.g. parfum, benzyl alcohol, citronellol
Parabens
All parabens
Preservatives
E.g. formaldehyde, methylparaben, chlorhexidine
Surfactants
E.g. SLS, cetyl alcohol, PEG-22
Lipids
E.g. Lanolin, paraffin oil/wax, petrolatum
Silicones
E.g. silicone, dimethicone
Antimicrobials
Chlorhexidine, triclosan and benzalkonium chloride
Antioxidants
E.g. propyl gallate, t-butyl hydroquinone
Hormonal disturbants
E.g. boric acid, butylparaben, triclosan
Protein-derived ingredients
E.g. Colloidal oatmeal, wheat protein, soybean
Stabilisers & Viscosities
EDTA, polyacrylamide and butoxyethanol
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