A Big Ol’ Moisturiser Review

Are you ready for a hefty skincare lowdown? I am addicted to buying new skincare but with skin this needy, can you really blame me? I’m always on the lookout for new products that work with my skin and my routine – not ones that ‘cure’ psoriasis (as much as we all wish there was…

New Year…Same Skin

Do you have a skin resolution for 2019? New Year is the perfect time to regain control of you skin, which I’ve been neglecting a little too much during the festive period. I’ve decided to pick three resolutions to hopefully help my skin throughout 2019! As always, speak to your GP or counsellor before trying…

A Blotchy Update!

It’s been over a month since I’ve posted anything on my blog – not exactly the huge launch I’d been hoping for! Here’s a small update about some of the projects I’ve been doing (instead of posting!).  As always, speak to your GP or counsellor before trying any new medications, treatments or products to ensure…

The Third Wheel: Psoriasis on a Date

Dating is a big sticking point for a lot of people with psoriasis. Psoriasis affects your health, your confidence, your appearance…it has such a detrimental effect on your overall mojo, no wonder dating is a minefield for us.  As always, speak to your GP or counsellor before trying any new medications, treatments or products to…

The Basics: My Scalp Saviours

Recently diagnosed with psoriasis? I’m going right back to basics with this series of blog posts that’s all about getting to grips with the fundamentals of managing a disease like psoriasis. This next post is about all things scalp-related – we’re facing hair loss, awkward treatment application, loose flakes and THAT itch, head on.  As…

The Basics: My Psoriasis Toolkit

Recently diagnosed with psoriasis? I’m going right back to basics with this series of blog posts that’s all about getting to grips with the fundamentals of managing a disease like psoriasis. First up, we’re talking about getting the skincare and lifestyle essentials together so you’re prepared for flare-ups.  As always, speak to your GP or…