What is Palmoplantar Psoriasis
Palmoplantar psoriasis is a rare kind of psoriasis. Unlike plaque psoriasis and guttate psoriasis, palmoplantar psoriasis often appears on the soles of the feet and palms of the hands.
Symptoms of Palmoplantar Psoriasis
Unlike plaque psoriasis or guttate psoriasis with scaly and flaky patches, people with palmoplantar psoriasis can see weeping and cracked lesions on their soles. The pustules then change to brownish color and fall off.
Common Palmoplantar Psoriasis
This form of palmoplantar psoriasis presents with dry, thickened skin with silvery scaling and cracking but no pustules. Dermatologists define it as palmar psoriasis for palm psoriasis, or plantar psoriasis for soles psoriasis.
Another form of palmoplantar psoriasis presents with yellowish pustules on red and thickened patch of skin. These pustules peel off after a week's time and new pustules appear to replace the old pustules.
Treatment of Palmoplantar Psoriasis
Topical cream and ointment are the first line remedies for palmoplantar psoriasis. Topical corticosteroids (Diprolene®, Temovate®, Ultravate®, or Psorcon®) are often prescribed by specialists or dermatologists to suppress palmoplantar psoriasis.
Home Cure with Herbal Cream and Ointment
Since western dermatologists do not think there is a cure for palmoplantar psoriasis, the above treatments are just for relief of skin symptoms. People who are looking for a permanent solution to end their psoriasis should consider our herbal cream, ointment and lotion which have cured numerous farmers in China centuries ago.
Monk herbal cream, spray and shampoo are natural cure for palmoplantar psoriasis and especially suitable or home remedy. Forget about your doctor and dermatologist and start your own home remedy to cure palmoplantar psoriasis.