Psoriasis and TR3

Psoriasis is a chronic (long-lasting) disease in which the immune system becomes overactive, causing skin cells to multiply too quickly. Patches of skin become scaly and inflamed, most often on the scalp, elbows, or knees, but other parts of the body can be affected as well. Scientists do not fully understand what causes psoriasis, but they know that it involves a mix of genetics and environmental factors.

The symptoms of psoriasis can sometimes go through cycles, flaring for a few weeks or months followed by periods when they subside or go into remission. There are many ways to treat psoriasis, and your treatment plan will depend on the type and severity of disease. Mild psoriasis can often be successfully treated with creams or ointments, while moderate and severe psoriasis may require pills, injections, or light treatments. Managing common triggers, such as stress and skin injuries, can also help keep the symptoms under control.

Trials are underway to prove the effectiveness of TR3 when treating Psoriasis, thus far the results have been very encouraging with sufferers reporting a dramatic decrease in itchiness, a reduction in inflammation, the removal of thickened skin and overall a more healthy appearance of affected area’s.

Be advised, some testers have reported a slight stinging when applying TR3

Advised application is 2-3 times a day in spray form, coating/soaking the affected area. For extremely sensitive skin the TR3 Liquid can also be applied using a Nano Mister


Keep and eye out for before and after pics from our Testers

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