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Posted by evenlyplus on June 13, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Every one no matter what path of treatment they choose reacts differently, one thing is common PSORIASIS SKIN REGENERATES about every 4 days unlike NORMAL SKIN about every 27 days, this is HUGE and makes controlling this disease a real challenge.Plaque build up do require continuous long term daily management that can add a huge burden to your lifestyle and increase frustration that allows us to become complacent and the vicious cycle starts all over again when we fall short, the evenlyplus.com program plan allows you to incoperate simple practical methods to help ease the frustration of dealing with the itching, pain, cracked skin, bleeding and flaking of PLAQUE PSORIASIS Compliance is key, as you continue to use the plan you will realise the benefit it offers you and the PEACE OF MIND & HEART that allows you to be much happier,a simple example of my day involves post gentle exfoliating in the  shower using a bath glove or soft washcloth .on damp skin I applly the evenly plus cream/ointment on all the affected Psoriasis skin and get on with my day,if during the day the areas start feeling dry or itchy I simply wet the area with water, and on damp skin I apply the treatment again as needed, you will see A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE,some areas take a longer time depending on location on the body affected to show improvement but rememember Psoriasis  and its symptoms can only be managed at this time and there is no cure.Do your research ,stay informed, make healthy lifestyle  choices and  let your main GOAL BE TO KEEP YOUR SKIN FREE from any type of injury, cracking, pain ,plaque build up and infection FREE.

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