Psoriasis treatment for your scalp, nails, and genitals
If you are already treating psoriasis, it’s still important to tell your dermatologist if you develop psoriasis on your genitals, scalp, or nails. You’ll likely need a different treatment plan — and possibly different medication.
You may get relief from a non-prescription psoriasis shampoo. If not, find out what else can help.
When psoriasis develops on the scalp, hair loss sometimes follows. These 10 tips from dermatologists can help reduce hair loss.
In this video, board-certified dermatologist Andrew F. Alexis, MD, MPH, FAAD, explains how you can keep your hairstyle and still treat scalp psoriasis.
Styling can be hard on your hair and scalp, which can cause scalp psoriasis to flare. To help patients avoid hair loss, dermatologists offer these tips.
With a dermatologist’s help, it’s unusual for anyone to have scalp psoriasis for long. Find out what can bring relief.
There are many treatments. Here’s what a treatment plan for nail psoriasis may include.
If you have nail psoriasis, it’s important to protect your nails. Here’s are 7 simple things you can do that can make a big difference.
Many people get a psoriasis flare in this area. Find out what can bring relief.