• Psoriasis is a long-lasting autoimmune inflammatory skin disease.
  • It develops when a susceptible person’s immune system sends faulty signals that tell skin cells to grow quickly. New skin cells form in days (5-7 days) rather than weeks (28-30 days)
  • Not everyone who inherits the genes of psoriasis will get psoriasis, the person must be exposed to a trigger.
  • Common triggers include stress, recent illness, infection or just started taking a medicine
  • Treatment is essential. Treatment can prevent deformed joints and disability and further improve quality of life. There are many effective and safe treatments for psoriasis nowadays
  • Talk to our dermatologist, we can help to find a treatment plan that works for you