Psoriderm Emulsion 40% w/v Bath Additive 200ml
- Active Ingredient: Distilled Coal Tar
- Effective Treatment For Psoriasis
- Restores Normal Skin Development
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This product is a treatment for you to add to your bath water when bathing. It helps treat a particular type of psoriasis that doctors refer to as sub-acute or chronic plaque psoriasis.
Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive
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Psoriderm Bath Emulsion is a treatment for you to add to bath water when bathing. It helps treat a particular type of psoriasis that doctors refer to as sub-acute or chronic plaque psoriasis. This type of psoriasis involves areas of raised, red, sometimes itchy, patches of skin, covered with silvery scales (without any blistering or tenderness). The patches often occur on the elbows, knees, lower back and scalp.
Psoriderm Bath Emulsion is recommended for use by adults, the elderly and children. The active ingredient in this product is distilled coal tar, which stops itching and restores normal skin development.
In June 2021 the manufacturer of Psoriderm Bath Additive Psoriasis treatment confirmed that the distilled coal tar product was permanently discontinued. In a statement issued to Psoriasis Association, Dermal said that the supply chain and other external issues had caused manufacturing problems, leading to the decision of discontinuing the product.
If you’re affected by Psoriderm Bath Emulsion discontinuation, please speak to your doctor to find a suitable alternative. Psoriderm are still manufacturing their other products including Psoriderm Cream and Psoriderm Scalp Lotion Shampoo.
My Pharmacy currently recommends Polytar Scalp Shampoo as a suitable replacement for Psoriderm Bath Emulsion.
Do not use Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive:
- If you are allergic to distilled coal tar or any of the other ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet.
- On psoriasis that feels and looks sore and angry, or on pustular psoriasis (which is very tender, inflamed, and involves small blisters filled with pus).
- On infected skin.
Take special care when using Psoriderm Emulsion:
- Do not use it undiluted.
- Avoid spilling it.
- Keep it away from the eyes, and broken or inflamed skin.
Psoriderm Emulsion is not known to affect, or to be affected by, any other medicines.
If you are currently pregnant and breastfeeding, this product is safe to use. None of the ingredients have been known to cause issues and have been in widespread use for many years. However, no safety trials have been conducted.
Psoriderm Bath Emulsion
The use of Coal Tar in Psoriderm Bath Emulsion should come as no surprise. Coal tar has been used to treat psoriasis for many years, especially for treatment of scalp psoriasis.
Coal tar has been used for hundreds of years. It’s a thick, heavy oil that has anti-inflammatory and anti-scaling properties which is particularly helpful in treating plaque psoriasis. When coal tar is applied to the skin it helps skin cells grow and over a period of time, will help improve the appearance of skin.
Anyone who has Psoriasis will more than likely have used a product containing coal tar at some point. Intended and most commonly used for scalp psoriasis, Psoriderm Bath Emulsion along with other coal tar containing products can be used on psoriasis plaques that are on other parts of the body too.
Available as Psoriderm Bath Emulsion, it can also be found in lotion, cream, ointment and shampoo.
Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive
Only use Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive to treat the particular type of psoriasis that it is recommended for. Always follow the instructions given to you by your doctor or pharmacist when using skin care products the likes of this one.
Adults, the elderly and children – Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive Instructions
- Add 30ml of the product to a bath of warm water
- Soak for 5 minutes.
- Pat the skin dry with a soft towel.
- Avoid rubbing with the towel because this makes skin conditions worse.
On the occasion when Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive causes irritation by getting into the eyes, nose or mouth, rinse the affected area thoroughly with plenty of water. If irritation continues to persist, stop using the product and speak to a doctor or pharmacist.
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Like all medicines, Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive Daily can cause side effects, although not everybody will experience them.
- The following can occur rarely when using Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive Daily, in which case the product should no longer be used:
- Skin irritation
- Acne-like eruptions
- Skin photo-sensitivity
- In rare cases, it may stain the skin, hair or fabric.
Any Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive Daily side effects that occur but aren’t listed above should be reported to the UK governments Yellow Card Scheme.
Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive 200ml
It’s probably assumed by a majority of people that Psoriasis only affects the skin. Not treating Psoriasis with a medicated treatment like Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive 200ml can lead to more than just skin lesions. Consequences of not treating it can include a condition called psoriatic arthritis.
Much like psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis is a chronic condition that can get progressively worse if left untreated. The longer without treatment, the more likely the joints become permanently damaged or deformed, eventually leading to necessary surgery
Delaying using treatment such as Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive 200ml or ignoring symptoms of psoriasis increases the chances of the condition worsening or causing further associated conditions such as psoriatic arthritis to emerge.
Psoriderm Bath Additive Psoriasis
Psoriasis is a skin condition that can be treated using this shampoo. Before using Psoriderm Bath Additive Psoriasis shampoo you should first get a diagnosis. It’s very difficult to identify as it may appear similar to other, more common, skin conditions.
Psoriasis is the result of an accumulation of extra skin cells. These extra cells form red, scaly patches known as plaques. They are typically covered in silver-white flakes and have sharp borders. It’s rare and affects around 2% of people in the UK, so a history of the family and other autoimmune disorders will have to be examined to determine what may have caused it to appear.
If psoriasis is eventually diagnosed, over-the-counter treatments such as Psoriderm Bath Additive Psoriasis shampoo will be tried first. If it doesn’t prove effective enough, a prescription only medication such as a steroid cream or shampoo may need to be prescribed.
Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive Ingredients
Each Psoriderm bottle contains the same Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive Ingredients.
Active Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive Ingredients: distilled coal tar (40.00% w/v).
Other Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive Ingredients are polysorbate 20, trolamine, phenoxyethanol and purified water.
Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive PIL
Every purchase of Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive 200ml will include a Psoriderm Emulsion Bath Additive PIL (Patient information leaflet). Patient information leaflets contain everything you need to know about the medication, including what it is, the ingredients it contains, possible side effects and how to use it.
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What Is Psoriderm Bath Emulsion Used For?
A common question we often see posted online is “What is Psoriderm Bath Emulsion used for?”
Psoriderm Emulsion is used to help treat a particular type of psoriasis called sub-acute or chronic plaque psoriasis. This condition presents itself as a small to large, red, scaly and thickened area of skin. It is categorised into two categories, large plaque and small plaque psoriasis.
Large plaque psoriasis often has thick, well-demarcated, red plaques with silvery scales. It’s associated with metabolic syndrome and is often diagnosed in people under 40 years old.
Small plaque psoriasis often presents as small, numerous lesions. They are typically thinner and pinker than there large counterparts. They may be well-defined or merged with surrounding skin. Counter to large plaques, this condition often presents in people older than 40 years of age.
Psoriderm can improve chronic psoriasis but it is incredibly difficult to clear completely with topical treatments alone. Systemic agents or a treatment option called phototherapy is considered when plaque psoriasis is too severe. Phototherapy is a type of electromagnetic radiation that is used to treat a variety of different skin disorders.
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