soignez votre psoriasis naturellement

Soothe your psoriasis naturally!

Are you suffering from psoriasis? You are not alone. Psoriasis, a non-contagious inflammatory skin condition, affects many individuals. In this article, we will explore the various types of psoriasis, its symptoms, and most importantly, natural solutions to help you regain healthy skin.

Understanding Psoriasis 

Psoriasis affects around 1.5% to 3% of the population, regardless of gender or ethnicity. This chronic and complex condition can manifest in different forms and vary over time within the same individual.

Types of Psoriasis

  1.  Plaque Psoriasis: This is the most common type, accounting for over 80% of cases. It is characterized by thick, red plaques covered with silvery scales. They usually appear on the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back. Natural treatments can be particularly effective in managing this type.
  2. Guttate Psoriasis: Often present in children and adolescents, this type manifests as smaller droplet-shaped lesions. Streptococcal infections can trigger its appearance. 
  3. Pustular Psoriasis: This type is characterized by tiny pustules on red skin. It can manifest locally, for example on the palms of the hands and/or the soles of the feet, or even affect the fingertips. 
  4. Erythrodermic Psoriasis: In this severe form, the skin becomes red and inflamed, with scattered pustules on the body. It is accompanied by fever and chills, requiring immediate medical attention. Specific Locations 
  5. Nail Psoriasis: About half of psoriasis patients experience nail problems, leading to various anomalies. 
  6. Scalp Psoriasis: Often resembling plaque psoriasis, it causes red patches and thick scales on the scalp. 
  7. Face Psoriasis: This can affect the hairline, sides of the nose, and "laugh lines" of the face, causing discomfort and sensitivity. Inverse Psoriasis: Found in skin folds like the groin and armpits, it can be mistaken for other skin conditions. 
  8. Mucous Membrane Psoriasis: Less common, it can affect the mouth, tongue, genital areas, requiring careful management. Diagnosis Accurate diagnosis by a dermatologist is essential for effective treatment, avoiding confusion with other skin issues.

Natural Approaches: 

While the exact cause of psoriasis remains uncertain, managing inflammation and supporting skin cell renewal is essential. Here are some natural solutions to consider:

  • Aromatherapy: Topical application of essential oils can have psychological and physiological benefits for managing the condition. Aloe Vera Gel: An effective natural remedy for 83% of patients, especially in milder cases.
  • Topical carrier Oils: Certain carrier oils, like evening primrose, borage, avocado, jojoba, and tamanu oil, can help reduce inflammation and soothe the skin.

Bath Oil Formula

  • Evening Primrose Oil: 8.5 ml
  • Jojoba Oil: 30 ml
  • Avocado Oil: 10 ml
  • Frankincense Essential Oil: 0.25 ml
  • Lavender Essential Oil: 0.5 ml
  • Chamomile Essential Oil: 0.5 ml
  • Geranium Essential Oil: 0.25 ml

Mix these oils to create a revitalizing bath oil that helps remove dead skin cells. Be cautious, as the bath may become slippery.

Benefits of the organic "Calme" body butter: 

Natural Soothing for Psoriasis We created Organic Calm body butter to offer a natural and soothing solution for those with irritated skin, including psoriasis. This unique blend combines carefully selected ingredients to help alleviate irritated skin and restore skin health. Discover the virtues of each ingredient and how they harmoniously work to provide welcome relief.

  • Shea Butter: Shea butter is a key ingredient in Bio Calm Balm. It is known for its deep moisturizing properties, soothing the dry and irritated skin typical of psoriasis. Rich in fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants, shea butter promotes cell regeneration and contributes to protecting the skin barrier.
  • Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is a nature's treasure for the skin. Its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties help reduce inflammation and prevent secondary skin infections that may accompany psoriasis. It is also rich in nourishing fatty acids that promote skin softness and elasticity.
  • Lavender Essential Oil: True lavender is famous for its soothing and relaxing properties. In the context of psoriasis, it helps reduce irritation and inflammation while promoting the healing of skin plaques. Its gentle aroma can also help alleviate the stress associated with the condition.
  • Tea Tree Essential Oil: Tea tree essential oil is a potent antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory agent. It can help prevent bacterial or fungal infections that can worsen psoriasis. Moreover, it supports the skin in its healing process.
  • Geranium Essential Oil: Geranium possesses anti-inflammatory and healing properties. It can help reduce redness and alleviate itching associated with psoriasis. Its regulatory action on sebum production can also assist in balancing the skin.
  • Cedar Atlas Essential Oil: Cedar atlas essential oil is renowned for its calming and toning virtues for the skin. It can help reduce inflammation, relieve itching, and encourage the regeneration of skin cells.

By combining these natural ingredients, éméo's Organic "Calme" Body butter offers comprehensive support for psoriasis-affected skin. It maintains hydration, soothes irritations, reduces inflammation, and promotes healing. Regular use of this nourishing balm can help improve the appearance and comfort of your skin, assisting you in regaining healthier and calmer skin. For a holistic approach to psoriasis relief,éméo's Organic "Calme" Body butter
is a natural ally to consider.


Living with psoriasis doesn't mean giving up on healthy skin. Understanding the different types of psoriasis and incorporating natural solutions can help effectively manage the condition. Try the recommended natural treatments and explore éméo's Organic "Calme" Body butter for soothing relief and healthier skin. 

Remember, consulting a dermatologist is essential for accurate diagnosis and proper guidance.

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