How do I treat it?

PsoriasisThe British Medical Association (BMA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) state clearly that there is no known psoriasis cure and alleviation is currently the only solution. If you read claims of cure elsewhere, bear this in mind.

Topical gels and creams , mild shampoos and conditioners

Treatment for psoriasis often involves topical application of ointments and creams. Moisturising creams or lotions can be very effective in soothing dry, flaky skin.  In mild cases an emollient can be enough to treat mild psoriasis it will reduce the risk of cracking and scaling of dry skin.

Katharine Botanicals are pleased to offer a psoriasis gel containing only natural active ingredients.  It is designed to soothe the skin and alleviate the symptoms of acne psoriasis, and other skin conditions, harnessing the power of essential oils to promote healing.

We have recently taken over the amazing Revivia product range, and are now marketing them under the Katharine Botanicals umbrella.

Revivia has an amazing record of helping people deal with the symptoms of Psoriasis, and of course if conforms to all the strict quality standards as the rest of the Katharine Botanicals range.

Visit our shop to find our psoriasis treatment gel, cream, shampoo and conditioner.

To read some reviews of this range, please take a look at our psoriasis treatment testimonials.

Medicated creams

If your symptoms do not respond to moisturising creams or lotions, or if your symptoms are more widespread, your doctor may provide you with a medicated cream.  This will be a moisturising cream with added ingredients, such as corticosteroids, vitamin D, or coal tar.

Scalp treatment

Due to the sensitive nature and difficulty of applying creams to the scalp, there are special lotions which a doctor may prescribe if your scalp is affected.  Katharine Botanicals offer a naturally medicated mild shampoo and conditioner which soothes your scalp as you wash your hair.  For more details, please visit our shop.


For instances where psoriasis is widespread, your doctor might recommend phototherapy treatment.  This involves exposing your skin to controlled amounts of UVB light (found in sunlight) which encourages vitamin D production and has been found to ease symptoms effectively.

Oral treatment

In severe cases of widespread or non-responsive psoriasis, your doctor may prescribe tablets.  These would usually be immunosuppressants which will stop your immune system from instructing your skin to produce excess skin cells.



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Psoriasis Testimonials

"The products are pleasant to apply, cause no pain, are gentle on the skin and soften plaque, making it easy to remove. I really would not be without it. And it smells nice too!"

“This is the only product that has cleared up my psoriasis”

“Your gel gives better results than a well-known brand”

“Felt that it did more good than recommended creams from doctor”

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