This could be a tricky proposition. If you have psoriasis you don’t want an ointment that will burn and hurt your already tender skin. The ointment should be specifically for psoriasis and should have a proven track record of healing this skin condition. Anyone who is battling the skin rash will tell you they do not want an ointment that will make psoriasis worse. You start out with a rash that is red, flaky and itchy and then you apply the ointment (that is supposed to help) and the rash spreads and has become itchier, redder and the skin has become flakier and scalier. Did you use the right ointment? Hopefully, you did because you do not want the skin to react to the ointment that is supposed to heal the skin condition not make it worse.
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