Does anyone suffer terrible burning on their skin? What helps?

Does anyone suffer terrible burning on their skin? What helps?

A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

Ive been suffering from guttate psoriasis for months, i got it after a septic throat on my birthday last year. My entire body was covered in tiny red dots. I was prescribed lots of different lotions and sertoid potions to no avail. I done some independent research and my cousin told me about Stemrenu and noni juice, combined to boost the immune system. Im taking them a month now and my psoriasis has decreased by about 70%. Im so relieved and happy, it's such a debilitating disorder.. should be worth a try for anyone that is at the end of their tether like i was!

posted over 1 year ago
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

Whoever said Honey is correct. I've replaced my sugar intake for coffee etc with Manuka honey and the difference is significant. Skin is smoother and parts of it completely healed. I recommend this

posted over 2 years ago
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

I did have burning and itching areas on my shins, forearms and palms of my hands. As soon as I started following psoriasis management diet by Dr. Pagano, modified after food intolerance blood test... I am 99.9% symptoms free. Hope this will help.

posted over 2 years ago
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

I got a product from my doc. "Cannashae" it's A MAZ ING! There's 2 versions natural & mint. Mint smells like toothpaste. Natural smells like Cannabis. That said I'll do natural any day. It's a combination of shae butter, tea tree oil, Cannabis extract & a few other things. A little goes a long way, lasts a few days, no side effects, soaks in quickly so you're not left greasy, virtually instant relief & just plain awesome. My Dr gives it to me. He says it's snake oil. I told him he was crazy. But he gets it from a company that's going to be a dispensary. I guess a lot of people use it. NO you don't get high, nor do you get the munchies, or sleepy & it doesn't burn!!!

posted over 2 years ago
A MyPsoriasisTeam Member said:

Hi Leana, I have PsA and have terrible burning from inflammation in my toes and tendons. Even my toe nails and the skin around them. I use a steroid ointment that my doctor prescribed, it's not a cream though. I think it has urea in it too. I've also found essential oils to be "somewhat" helpful. A combination of lavender oil, teatree (or peppermint), in a carrier oil like jojoba helps with inflammation and pain. I even mix it with CeraVe healing ointment and Vitamin E oil. I use it on my toes and toenails mainly, but I have found it's kind of a cure all for skin irritations (even works on razor burn around my bikini line). Anything is worth trying... I also take Enbrel but the scaling around my fingers and toenails is a constant battle. Still up for debate how well the Enbrel is working for me. Still having flare ups in the tendons in my feet and legs, and joint swelling in my fingers and toes too . Any ways, hope that helps. Oh, I have also been using this super food natural vitamin mix. Tastes kind of bad, but it's loaded with turmeric and other natural ingredients. They have an immune boost blend too. You mix it with juice or something and drink it which makes for better absorption. You can find it at most of your local health food stores. But turmeric is one my doctor always recommends. The burning you're experiencing is part of the inflammation you're experiencing...

posted over 2 years ago
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