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Ask about psoriasis treatment for real clear skin

Finding the right psoriasis treatment option for you should be more than just trial and error. It starts with understanding the severity of your psoriasis and different treatment options. Then, having an open conversation with your dermatologist about the impact of psoriasis on your life can help you both work toward meeting your treatment goals.

Learn about the different psoriasis treatment options available, then ask your dermatologist which may help you get real clear skin.

Topical Treatments for Psoriasis

Topicals come in the form of gels, ointments, or creams, and are usually the first-line option for treating psoriasis. Applied directly to the skin, topicals can effectively treat psoriasis by helping slow the growth of skin cells, and some may decrease inflammation and plaque buildup.

Light Therapy for Psoriasis

Another form of treatment that works on the skin’s surface is UV phototherapy, or light treatment. Special lamps emit UV rays directly onto plaques and scales, and can help slow the growth of excess skin cells.

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Oral Systemic Treatments for Psoriasis

Oral systemics are another treatment option for moderate to severe psoriasis. Taken in either pill or liquid form, oral systemics work by acting on part or all of the immune system to reduce inflammation.

Biologic Treatments for Psoriasis

Biologics are a systemic treatment option typically reserved for patients with moderate to severe psoriasis. They’re often taken by injection or infusion. Biologics target specific proteins that are overproduced in the immune system, helping to reduce inflammation.

Learn how biologics work 

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Talk to your dermatologist about your psoriasis symptoms to see what treatment options may be right for you.

Learn about a biologic treatment option for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis,