Guttate Psoriasis Treatment

Treating Guttate Psoriasis

Treating Guttate Psoriasis is very simple to treat with the combination of Psoriasis-Ltd III and jojoba oil. The psoriasis patient will begin to see great improvement in their skin within a few days to a couple weeks.

Psoriasis-Ltd is a blend of soothing, beneficial ingredients specially formulated to treat the symptoms of guttate psoriasis. Patients have seen an excellent improvement in the appearance of their psoriasis after starting the application of Psoriasis-Ltd III.

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Cause of Guttate Psoriasis?

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Guttate psoriasis usually occurs when the body is fighting off an infection. The most common triggers that can bring on the onset of guttate psoriasis are as followed: the common cold, chicken pox, tonsillitis, immunizations, physical trauma and a malaria vaccine.

How does this happen? Our white blood cells and T-cells are supposed to fight off infection and foreign invaders that enter the body, but with guttate psoriasis the T-cells seem to malfunction or not perform their job like it's suppose to. Instead the T-cells will turn on the body and fight the skin cells. When the T-cells are fighting the skin cells, our skin will show visible signs, such as a rash will form.

This rash that is produced is called guttate psoriasis, gutta is Latin for drop. As you can see from the picture the on the right, this rash looks like speckles of little red droplets on the skin.

How Common is Guttate Psoriasis?

Guttate psoriasis is fairly uncommon. Less than 2% of psoriasis patient will get guttate psoriasis in their life time. This condition is usually seen in patient between the ages of 2 to 30 years of age, and can affect both males and females. Guttate psoriasis is not contagious, which means it does not spread or infect other people.

Where Does Guttate Psoriasis Occur?

The lesions of guttate psoriasis are not as scaly as plaque-type psoriasis and are likely to be found on the trunk or legs but have been known to extend to involve the facial area. When guttate psoriasis appears on the facial areas the lesions may be confused with the papules of rosacea.

Guttate psoriasis frequently appears suddenly following a streptococcal infection or viral upper respiratory infections. There are no special tests to diagnosis Guttate psoriasis as it is easily diagnosed due to the characteristic, tear-drop shaped rash. Although it is advisable for those diagnosed with guttate psoriasis should have their throat swabbed to see if they are carriers of strep bacteria.