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Psoriasis is an auto-immune disorder characterised by patches of itchy, flaky, red, and often inflamed skin.


While psoriasis is considered incurable, there are a number of ways to relieve flare-ups. 


Check out these brilliant home remedies, that will soothe your inflamed skin:


1. UV rays

If you find yourself in a handsome climate, then go out there and get some sun. Irritated skin will benefit greatly from the natural vitamin D produced from exposure to sunlight. Be sure to wear a strong SPF though, to avoid sun burn. 


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2. Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is packed with raw enzymes and good, healthy bacteria which work to improve an impressive number of bodily functions. It is widely recognised as one of the most potent and beneficial natural remedies on the planet. 


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3. Aloe vera

When applied to skin affected by psoriasis, aloe vera can be very effective at reducing redness and minimising scaling.


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4. Capsaicin ointment

Capsaicin is the natural chemical that makes spicy peppers spicy, and it is a common ingredient found in pain-relief creams and ointments. Applying capsaicin ointment to skin affected by psoriasis will cause intense burning initially, quickly followed by relief of both pain and itching. 


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5. Milk thistle 

Silymarin extract is made up of a collection of flavonoids, which are the active component in Milk Thistle. It is known for its ability to heal liver damage, improve kidney function, aid in detoxification, reduce inflammation throughout the body, and improve skin health. 


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