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If you have psoriasis, your skin is very sensitive. To protect your skin, avoid:
The most important thing you can do is to keep your skin moist. Use moisturizing creams, ointments, and lotions.
Skin care for psoriasis includes protecting your skin, keeping it moist, and using prescribed medicines.
An important part of treatment for psoriasis is to keep your skin moist.
Skin care is important because it can prevent or reduce the symptoms of psoriasis. It can also help prevent infections and injuries to your skin, which can result in flare-ups of symptoms.
Taking care of your skin involves protecting your skin, keeping it moist, and using prescribed medicines. These steps will improve the condition of your skin.
Skin care can prevent or reduce the symptoms of psoriasis.
Protect your skin by:
Protect your nails by:
You can keep your skin moist by:
Protect your scalp by:
Use prescribed medicines by following the instructions for skin products and medicines prescribed for you.
Injury to your skin, such as cuts or scrapes, can affect psoriasis.
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