5 Most Common Triggers for Psoriasis

There are many studies that consider genetic and environmental factors as the primary cause of psoriasis but, on the whole, psoriasis is widely considered to be an autoimmune disease.   It begins with an error in the immune system which continues like a cycle that never ends.   Typically, skin cells grow, rise to the surface and …

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Detoxing for Psoriasis

Research indicates that diet may play a significant role in psoriasis. For example, in one study,1,206 people with psoriasis showed that certain dietary modifications helped improve skin conditions in the majority of participants.    There is a great deal of evidence to support the idea that healthy eating i.e, removing foods that contain gluten or natural …

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Diet and Childhood Eczema

With so little knowledge about what exactly causes the onset of eczema or psoriasis in our children, and with no known cure, it is our job to find a way to help them manage the symptoms and avoid flare ups by trying different medications (medical or natural),  adopting special diets and avoiding stress and anxiety.   …

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It hasn’t been much of a spring/summer so far but, hopefully, the sunny weather is on its way and you’ll be thinking about wearing t-shirts and shorts for a few months.      We want you to be able to stock up on your M-Folia products over the May Bank Holiday to help keep your …

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7 Natural Ways to Treat Eczema in Children

There are several types of eczema. Atopic dermatitis and seborrheic dermatitis known as “cradle cap” in infants, are the most common types that affect children. Eczema, especially atopic dermatitis, often appears in the first six months to 5 years of a child’s life. Eczema looks and acts differently in infants and toddlers than it does in older …

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Nail Psoriasis & How To Treat It

Psoriasis of the nails can be very distressing. Not only can it be immensely irritating, but it can also cause immense embarrassment. About 1 in 50 people have psoriasis at some time in their lives. It can develop at any age but it most often starts between the ages of 15 and 30 years. Nail …

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Staying Positive Living With Psoriasis

The vicious cycle of psoriasis symptoms, stress, anxiety and depression is something that is not always addressed in any real depth by GPs or even close friends and family. There is an awareness that stress can cause flare ups of psoriasis but not a clear understanding of how psoriasis symptoms themselves can cause the stress, …

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Psoriasis In The Summer

Summer is coming and this is mostly a good time of year for Psoriasis and eczema sufferers. The humidity helps with the dry, flaky skin and the sunlight helps to reduce the skin patches. However, it’s also a time that causes a lot of anxiety because baring your skin with shorts, skirts, t-shirts and sandals …

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The Link Between Stress & Psoriasis – The Enemy Within

It is generally accepted that stress on its own does not cause psoriasis. However, research has shown that stress and anxiety can worsen the symptoms or trigger a flare. The dictionary explanation for stress is ‘a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances.’  We all experience stress like …

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5 Ways Mahonia Aquifolium Can Help Treat Psoriasis

Mahonia Aquifolium is also known as Oregon Grape extract, that is primarily used today to treat Psoriasis and other related skin conditions. Here’s 5 ways that Mahonia Aquifolium can help with the Psoriasis treatment process. Liver cleansing One of the primary actions of Mahonia Aquifolium is that it improves the blood flow to the liver. …

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