natalie
...feeling sad natalie @nataliemc

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after two nights of covering my head with oil. my hair is like silk its lovely and soft and shiny. as for my scalp psorisas pretty much still the same...

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Theme Scalp Psoriasis

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13 responses

dave keyes
dave keyes @weasel

Natalie you have to be patient everything about psoriasis takes time.


natalie
natalie @nataliemc

I no. I would have never made a good doctor due to my lack of patience😂


Paul
Paul @paul116

Give it time ,or try using Childs farm moisturiser on it so far have seen a vast improvement in my P on the body, and although it maybe weird to put on your head I expect like most other suffers of this condition you'll try anything


natalie

Michelle
Michelle @mishlyn

I like to mix tea tree oil in with my oils for soaks Natalie. I find it more helpful than on its own. Recently I have been adding lavender essential oil as well, smells better and lots of good healing properties as well :)


gary
gary @gulagger

I have on scalp I feel your frustration it’s driving me bonkers!


natalie
natalie @nataliemc

its so annoying isnt it.


gary
gary @gulagger

You could call it that I call it something else but can’t use that kind of language in here lol


natalie
natalie @nataliemc

haha. it would be nice just to have one less thing to worry about.


Danielle
Danielle @nellie1990

Hey, I’ve had scalp psoriasis for well over a year now, I’ve been using Childs farm sensitive shampoo an also the conditioner but i must admit I also run a nit comb through it to to remove all the flakes. I don’t get hardly any obvious patches around front or sides now. Hope this helps u.


natalie
natalie @nataliemc

thanks danielle.


gary
gary @gulagger

Cheers I’ll give it a go Danielle


agb
agb @agb

Don’t be discouraged. It will take a while for the tough scales to loosen.
My scalp calmed down but it has not gone away completely,



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