Even Celebrities Get Psoriasis
Psoriasis, the chronic auto-immune disease that causes scaly, red, and inflamed skin are not exclusive to ordinary folk! Even the rich and famous are prone to such skin frustrating problems.
Psoriasis affects around 2% of the UK population (1.8 million people) and can occur to anyone at any age.
Commonly people develop psoriasis between 15 and 30 years old, but we found a number of people between 50 and 60 years old struggling with Psoriasis.
There isn't a cure but we have developed our therapeutic skincare range to help relieve the symptoms of Psoriasis.
Many celebrities suffer from Psoriasis and recently a few have spoken publicly about the issue to spread some awareness and show even the glamourous, pampered stars of the world won't always mean perfect skin.
Queer Eye personality and professional hairstylist, In an interview with Allure, Van Ness said, "The first time I had a flare-up I was 23, and I got it from like a scratch. I was scratched and then that scratch turned into what was a psoriasis flare-up, but it took me like five doctors to figure out what it was."
Supermodel Cara Delevinge told The Cut that stress triggers her psoriasis. Delevigne also shared how some makeup artists would cover her psoriasis with thick layers of makeup and made her feel ashamed of it. "People would put on gloves and not want to touch me because they thought it was, like, leprosy or something," Delevigne said in an interview with The Sunday Times.
Kardashian West has opened up about her skin condition several times on her reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and on Instagram. While promoting her new KKW beauty line, Kardashian West says that her condition inspired her to create products for people living with psoriasis. "I’ve learned to live with and not be insecure of my psoriasis, but for days when I want to just cover it up I use this Body Makeup," she wrote. Maybe stop using petrochemical products and go natural instead!