Child Psoriasis

Treatment of Child Psoriasis or Infantile Pustular Psoriasis

Psoriasis-Ltd III patients must keep their skin moisturized
Jojoba oil is a soothing
moisturizer for children’s
skin affected by psoriasis

Child Psoriasis or Infantile Pustular Psoriasis can be improved with Psoriasis-Ltd III which is a soothing blend of beneficial natural ingredients specially formulated to work to improve the appearance of psoriasis. They enhance the baby's body to restore the balance to the skin so needed to begin the healing process.Keep the skin well moisturized using topical moisturizers such as Jojoba Oil to soothe the skin. Jojoba oil contains an anti-inflammatory and anti infectious action, as well as being a good moisturizer. It will soothe the condition and promote healing. Another good option in soothing the skin and promote healing is Psoriasis-Ltd.

What is Child Psoriasis or Infantile Pustular Psoriasis?

Child Psoriasis or Infantile pustular psoriasis is also known as Juvenile Pustular Psoriasis is a form of pustular psoriasis that more commonly appears in infancy. Infantile pustular psoriasis is a very rare variant of pustular psoriasis. Severe infantile pustular psoriasis may be difficult to control and is sometimes complicated by the occurrence of a bacterial super infection, dehydration, and sepsis. Infantile pustular psoriasis usually affects children between the ages of 2 and 10. Boys are more likely to be affected by infantile pustular psoriasis than girls and it usually appears during the first year of life.

An article authored by the Department of Dermatology, University of Sao Paulo, in Pediatric Dermatology , stated that psoriasis is a fairly common skin condition affecting children, but the pustular variant is rare." Of the 1,262 cases of psoriasis studied in children, only "0.6% were found to have pustular psoriasis.

The Symptoms of Child Psoriasis or Infantile Pustular Psoriasis

The symptoms of Infantile pustular psoriasis include the appearance of pustules (raised pus-filled skin bumps), skin redness and inflammation around the pustules. The skin under and around the pustules is red and has a tendency to occur in repeated waves with frequent spontaneous remissions. There may also be a feeling that the skin is burning or stinging. As in other types of psoriasis itching and peeling of the skin is also common.

Infantile pustular psoriasis is rare only occurring in about 1-2% of pediatric psoriasis. It may sometimes be confused with sebopsoriasis - which is an in-between stage of seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis.

Treatment of Infantile Pustular Psoriasis

Keep the skin well moisturized using topical moisturizers such as Jojoba Oil to soothe the skin. Jojoba oil contains an anti-inflammatory and anti infectious action, as well as being a good moisturizer. It will soothe the condition and promote healing. Another good option in soothing the skin and promote healing is Psoriasis-Ltd. Psoriasis-Ltd is a soothing blend of beneficial ingredients specially formulated to work synergistically to improve the appearance of psoriasis and psoriasis related conditions. These minerals are specially formulated to address the symptoms of psoriasis and skin related conditions. They enhance the body's ability to restore the balance to the skin so needed to begin the healing process.